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Danny Garcia vs Zab Judah Boxing Predictions

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Danny Garcia vs Zab Judah Boxing Predictions

Danny Garcia vs Zab Judah Boxing Predictions – The Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York will be the site for the February 9th fight on Showtime between current WBC/WBA light welterweight champion Danny Garcia and former world champion Zab Judah. Let’s look at this bout and boxing predictions.

The Numbers
Danny Garcia comes into this fight with a record of 25-0 with 16 knockouts while Zab Judah is 42-7 with 29 knockouts. It is a matchup between the younger and more talented Garcia and the aging Judah. Some boxing fans believe that Judah has a chance to win this fight and perhaps he can if he lands a big shot but the more likely outcome is a Garcia win by knockout.

Early Fireworks
The camps of Garcia and Judah have already been at it and the fight still isn’t here yet. In their press conference it was Garcia’s father and trainer Angel who ran his mouth about Judah. He basically said that every time that Judah has “stepped up” he has lost. “My dad was just stating true facts,” Danny said on Showtime. “Every time he took a tough fight, he failed. Zab got mad, it broke out and there was a little riot at the press conference.”

Boxing Predictions
If not for Angel Garcia talking about Judah this fight probably wouldn’t be getting much press. Judah is simply an old fighter that has to hope to land a big left hand against Garcia to win. It probably won’t happen as Garcia is simply too good. Judah beat a poor Vernon Paris in his last fight but Garcia is head and shoulders better than Paris. It is just hard to envision a scenario in which Judah doesn’t get knocked out. The oddsmakers agree as Garcia is better than a 7-1 favorite in boxing odds to win this fight. Perhaps Judah can make this competitive but the most likely scenario is Garcia winning this one by knockout.

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Boxing Odds – Beterbiev vs. Page for NABA / Vacant WBO NABO Light Heavyweight Title / Vacant IBF North American Heavyweight Title Friday!

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Colisee de Quebec is the place to be on Friday night with four main card bouts on the board. In one of the best bouts on that card Artur Beterbiev will face Jeff Page Jr for the NABA / Vacant WBO NABO Light Heavyweight Title / Vacant IBF North American Heavyweight title. Beterbiev opened as a -3500 favorite with the Boxing odds while Page opened as a +1200 dog.

Artur Beterbiev

The 29 year old Artur Beterbiev stands at six feet and one half inches tall with an orthodox stance. Beterbiev is a native of Russia and now resides in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He has a career record of six wins, no losses, and no draws. Out of his six wins all of them have come by knockout. Beterbiev is ranked third in Russia and 17th in the world.

Beterbiev is coming off a knockout win over Tavoris Cloud in the second round of a scheduled 12 round bout that took place on September 27, 2014 at the Bell Centre in Montreal for the vacant NABA Light Heavyweight title.

Prior to that Beterbiev scored a technical knockout win over Alvaro Enriquez in the first round of a scheduled six round bout that took place on August 22, 2014 at the Complexe Sportif Sportscene, Mont Saint Hilaire, Quebec, Canada.

Jeff Page Jr

The 24 year old Jeff Page Jr resides in Andover, Kansas, USA and is ranked 13th in the USA and 56th in the world. Page has a career record of 15 wins, no losses, and no draws. Page has scored a total of 10 knockouts out of his 15 career victories.

Page is coming off a knockout win over Maxell Taylor in the fifth round of a scheduled 10 round bout that took place on October 11, 2014 at the Beech Activity Center, Wichita, Kansas, USA.

Prior to that Page scored a knockout win over Dominique Alexander in the sixth round of a scheduled 10 round bout that took place on June 14, 2014 also at the Beech Activity Center.

The Pick

Beterbiev is a highly regarded that comes with a big but understandable price. Page has an underwhelming track record of opponents and we’ll take Beterbiev to win !

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Boxing Odds – Bizier vs. Ion in IBF Welterweight Title Eliminator Friday!

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Friday night at the Fights features one of the most even and important matchups of the year as Kevin Bizier will face Ionut “Jo Jo Dan” Dan Ion in an IBF Welterweight title eliminator at Colisee de Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada on Friday night. Bizier opened as a -160 favorite with the Boxing odds while Ion was a +130 dog.

Kevin Bizier

The 30 year old Kevin Bizier stands at five feet nine inches tall with a reach of 64 inches and fights from an orthodox stance. Bizier is a native of Saint Emile, Quebec, Canada where he still resides. Bizier is ranked second in Canada and 22nd in the world. Bizier has a career record of 23 wins, one loss, and no draws. Out of his 23 career wins Bizier has a total of 16 knockouts. He has never suffered a knockout loss.

Bizier is coming off a technical knockout win over Laszlo Fazekas in the first round of a scheduled eight round bout that took place on September 27 at the Bell Center in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Prior to that Bizier scored a technical knockout win over Carlos Leonardo Herrera in the second round of a scheduled eight round bout that took place on May 24, 2014 at the Bell Center in Montreal.

Ionut “Jo Jo Dan” Dan Ion

The 33 year old Ionut Dan Ion stands at five feet 11 inches tall and fights from a southpaw stance. Ion hails from Romania but now resides in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He is ranked first among Romanians and is ranked 20th in the world. Ion has a career record of 33 wins, two losses, and no draws. Out of his 33 career wins a total of 18 have come by knockout. Ion has never suffered a knockout loss.

Ion is coming off a technical knockout win over Lukasz Janik in the fifth round of a scheduled eight round bout that took place on May 22, 2014 at Holiday Inn, Plointe Claire, Quebec, Canada.

Prior to that Ion scored a split decision win in a 12 round bout against Kevin Bizier that took place on November 30, 2013 at Colisee de Quebec for the NABA Welterweight title.

The Pick

The underdog Ion gets our call !

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Boxing Odds – Ruiz Jr vs. Liakhovich Saturday!

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Andy Ruiz Jr continues to be undefeated for his career and continuing his climb towards a shot at the heavyweight title. Andy “The Destroyer” Ruiz Jr will face Siarhei “White Wolf” Liakhovich in a heavyweight bout on Saturday at the Celebrity Theater in Phoenix, Arizona, United States. Ruiz opened as a -3000 favorite while Liakhovich was a +1100 dog with the Boxing odds.

Siarhei “White Wolf” Liakhovich

The 38 year old Siarhei Liakovich stands at six feet four inches tall with a reach of 74 and one half inches and fights from an orthodox stance. Liakhovich is a native of Belarus and now resides in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA. Liakhovich is ranked first in Belarus and 133rd in the world. He has a career record of 26 wins, six losses, and no draws. Out of Liakhovich’s 26 career wins a total of 16 have come by knockout. Liakhovich has suffered five knockout losses in his career.

Liakhovich is coming off a unanimous decision over Chad Davis in an eight round bout that took place on February 22, 2014 at the Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix. The win snapped a three bout losing streak for Liakhovich and run in which he lost five out of seven bouts prior to the matchup.

Andy “Destroyer” Ruiz Jr

The 25 year old Andy Ruiz Jr stands at six feet two inches tall with a reach of 74 inches and fights from an orthodox stance. Ruiz is a native of Mexico and now resides in Imperial, California. Ruiz is ranked number one in Mexico and ranked 14th in the world. Ruiz has a career record of 23 wins, no losses and no draws. Out of his 23 career wins a total of 17 have come by knockout.

Ruiz is coming off a technical knockout win over Kenny Lemos in the first round of a scheduled eight round bout that took place on October 25, 2014 at the Selland Arena in Fresno, California.

Ruiz scored a technical knockout win over Manuel Quezada on May 17, 2014 in the second round of a scheduled ten round bout that took place at the Selland Arena for the NABF Heavyweight title and the WBO Inter Continental Heavyweight title. Quezada was knocked down in rounds one and two.

The Pick

We’ll ride the undefeated streak of Ruiz in this one!

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