Anthony Joshua vs. Joseph Parker Betting Guide


Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker are set to unify the WBA, IBF and WBO world heavyweight titles in a historic heavyweight bout on March 31 and in turn, the fight has turned into a bettor's paradise for those hoping to break the bank.

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With two world boxing champions set to face off with three of the four main world titles on the line, multiple websites across the internet have place betting odds for the historic fight, including Paddy Power.

Joshua, the WBA and IBF champion, is a heavy favorite to walk out of Cardiff, Wales with the three world titles, while Parker, the WBO champion, is a big underdog on most sites. The fight promises to be a hard-hitting slugfest and betting sites believe the odds of the fight not even going the distance are pretty high, giving bettors more bang for their buck if they make a bet that Joshua sees his fight end in the judges' hands for the first time in his professional career. The most popular Joshua Parker betting options are Parker winning on 13/2 odds, Joshua winning on 1/7 odds and the fight ending in a draw at 40/1.

Below are the betting odds each of the fighters winning and the different odds on different methods of victory for each fighter. 

Anthony Joshua Winning:

Paddy Power: 1/12

Anthony Joshua Winning By KO/TKO or DQ:

Paddy Power: 3/10

Anthony Joshua Winning By Decision (Points) or Technical Decision:

Paddy Power: 9/2

Joseph Parker Winning:

Paddy Power: 11/2

Joseph Parker Winning By KO/TKO or DQ:

Paddy Power: 8/1

Joseph Parker Winning By Decision (Points) or Technical Decision: 

Paddy Power: 20/1

Fight Ends In A Draw:

Paddy Power: 40/1

Fightful will have live coverage of the fight, set to break attendance records at Principality Stadium, and will be televised live in the United States on Showtime. 

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