Boxing: Wilder vs Ortiz II Odds and Prediction
Arguably the??hardest puncher around Earth is back in action this??Saturday??as Deontay”The Bronze Bomber” Wilder defends his WBC heavyweight title in a rematch against Luis”King Kong” Ortiz. This boxing game will take??place in the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday, November 23.
Wilder can be a favored in the bout with Ortiz coming straight back in BetOnline at +425 and won the battle in March 2018.
Odds on boxers have a tendency to escape control, higher or generally around -2500. As an example, if Tyson Fury fought Tom Schwartz in June, he was a -5000 favorite. There seems to be a value at that line. Wilder has been the victor at the contest, scoring a knockout, and also since the younger fighter, as it’s difficult to see a different result in the rematch.
That being said, the odds that the first time that these two fought had??Wilder as a -305 favorite and Ortiz coming back in +255. The Cuba native attached to a left hand but he was not able to put his rival away and ended up dropping at the 10th. He saw a hole at Wilder’s defense and that he would make the angry?
The only time we have seen Wilder compete in a rematchthat he completely demolished Bermane Stiverne in the first round. Ortiz is in danger, if we’re going on that small sample size. Additionally, it appears that The Bronze Bomber continues to enhance whenever he enters the ring and his competitor is typically in a poor manner if he goes on the attack shortly after.
King Kong moves surprisingly well for a heavyweight bouncing out of harm’s way fast and firing back with hands and has really good head motion. It turned out to be a well-timed left hand which had him attempting to survive and hurt Wilder in the first bout. Ortiz does get a little lazy in his shield, relying on counters and mind motion, and he takes it directly on the brow when he’s slow to respond to a punch. That’s a dangerous game against??Wilder.
Odds in BetOnline as of November 21