Money comes for Dillian Whyte upset
With the heavyweight clash between Anthony Joshua and Dillian Whyte on the horizon at a sold out O2 arena in London, the betting market for the fight is hotting up.
The heavyweight duo will battle it out for the British and Commonwealth titles in a fight that has been billed “Bad Intentions” such is the level of conflict between the two.
In a fight where Whyte has been priced as a huge underdog money has come for the Brixton charge in the last few days. Whyte was previously trading at around 10-1 with most of the big firms but is now as short as 7-1 in places and those odds look set to get shorter still closer to the fight.
Joshua remains as short as 1/14 to win outright in places and rounds 1-3 are proving the pick for punters for the Watford man to get the stoppage.
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