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Big Boxing Bets for Sunday, June 6th 2021

Big Boxing Bets for Sunday, June 6th 2021

by Jimmy KourebisJune 3, 2021

Floyd Mayweather (-1000) vs Logan Paul (+500)

More rules leading up to the anticipated boxing match between Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul have been released. This special exhibition will not produce an official winner as there will be no judges keeping score, and an official winner will not be announced at the end of the fight. Any stoppages will be up to the referees discretion, as a towel being thrown in, which is what happened during Mayweather last exhibition, a victory over Rizin Kickboxing star Tenshin Nasukawa. The fighters will not wear headgear and will be using 12 oz gloves for this 8 round fight.

Babou Jack (-3300) vs Dervin Colina (+900)

Dervin Colina (15-0) steps in on short notice to face veteran Babou Jack(23-3-3) after WBC ” egular””light heavyweight champion Jean Pascal tested positive for three performance enhancement drugs. Colina, “”l Diamante””is an unbeaten, unknown, and unproven fighter who has won 6 straight fights by knockout. Colina is currently ranked 13 among WBA contenders in the super middleweight division with his biggest victory being a first round TKO over Argenis Espana in 2019. In JJack’slast fight he beat undefeated and unproven opponent Blake McKernan (13-1,6KO). Jack looks to put in another boxing clinic as he tries to stay sharp late in his career for one last chance at gold.

Chad Johnson vs Brian Maxwell (No Betting Odds)

Former NFLer Chad “cho Cino” enters the ring for the first time in the attempt to scratch pro boxing off his bucket list and put on a show while doing it. Johnson has taken his training seriously with the lead up to this fight and has been working with both Charlo Brothers. Johnson referred to his style being similar to former boxing Emanual Augustus. Augustus known as the “”runken Master””liked to showboat and act like he was drunk as he danced around the ring. His biggest fight was a loss versus Floyd Mayweather Jr, Mayweather has said Augusts gave him his toughest fight with his awkward style. Johnson’sopponent, Brian Maxwell, is a bare knuckle boxer who sees this fight as the opportunity of a lifetime. Maxwell is confident going into this fight as he has a bare knuckle boxing match booked 20 days after his fight with Johnson.

Jarret Hurd (-1400) vs Luis Arias (+650)

Two fighters look to resurrect their respective careers. Jarret Hurd looks to make a statement before heading back to the 154 lbs weight limit. Luis Arias is seeking a victory to show he still has the potential to be a champion after 2 losses and a draw in his last 3 fights. Luis Arias has faced stiff competition in those bouts and has fought hard. The stakes are high in this one as a loss will essentially be a career ender for one while a victory can propel the other fighter to another championship run.

Other Fights This Weekend

Friday June 4th 2021: Subur Arena, Saint Petersburg

  • Mikhail Aloyan (-2000) vs Ricardo Blandon (+750)
  • Fedor Chudinov (-800) vs Ryno Liebenberg (+450)
  • David Lemieux (-5000) vs David Zegarra (+1000)
  • Erik Baxinyan (-5000) vs Scott Sigmon (+1000)
  • Simon Kean (-10000) vs Don Haynesworth (+1400)

Saturday June 5th 2021: Telford International Centre, Telford

  • Agit Kabayel (-2000) vs Kevin Johnson (+750)
  • Daniel Buciuc (-10000) vs Naheem Ali (+1400)
  • Roman Fress (-2500) vs Kamel Kouaouch (+800)
  • Nathan Heaney (-10000) vs Lliyan Markov (+1400)
  • Archie Sharp (-2500) vs Marco Soza (+800)
  • Tommy Fury (-2500) vs Jordan Grant (+800)
  • Daniel Dubois (-3300) vs Bogdan (+900)

** Betting Lines taken from 888 Sportsbook and Bet365 Sportsbook as of 06/02/2021 5:23PM**

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Jimmy Kourebis
Jimmy is a gaming professional from Toronto, Canada. His educational background includes business, finance and data analytics. He stays updated on all sports but focuses primarily on Football and Boxing/MMA news. Outside of the sports world Jimmy enjoys researching stocks, working out, traveling, reading and listening to audiobooks. He looks forward to sharing his research, opinions and betting picks with Sports 2.0 readers. Feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn.