Anthony Joshua v Kubrat Pulev Betting Tips and Predictions
On October 28th, Anthony Joshua will be back in action to defend his heavyweight titles against Kubrat Pulev in Wales at the Principality Stadium, which Joshua is calling the 'Dragons Den'. With Joshua now being one of the biggest names in boxing, every fight he goes into is watched by millions of fans. With this being such a big fight our expert tipsters have been working harder than ever to bring you all the very best Joshua v Pulev betting tips and predictions. With this being such a wide world event, bookmakers have hundreds of free bets for the fight, which you can take advantage of here.
Below you can find all our very best betting tips for the fight, picked by our boxing expert tipsters.
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In boxing, there are so many markets you can pick from meaning it's sometimes hard to pick the very best bets. However, our tipsters have been working hard since the fight was announced to be able to pick you the best bet to pick which has a high chance of coming in and high value. For us, we can see Joshua getting the fight done early, and with Joshua to win between rounds 1-3 high, it is well worth the punt.
Joshua v Pulev Round Betting Top Tips
With the odds on Joshua being so bad to win outright, we thought we would give you a bit more value. So in this section, we are giving you our call on what round the best will be one in. As mentioned above, we can see this fight being over and done with within the first few rounds which makes this part quite easy. You can preload any of the below straight into your bet slip by simply clicking on them.
About the Anthony Joshua v Kubrat Pulev fight
The Anthony Joshua v Kubrat Pulev fight was made after Wladimir Klitschko decided to retire from boxing. Kubrat Pulev has been the mandatory challenger for the IBF world title for over a year, but was forced to wait due to the record-breaking unification fight at Wembley between Joshua and Klitschko. After the box office fight, both fighters made it clear that there was a rematch clause in the contracts, that both Joshua and Klitschko keen to take up the option. The rematch looked all set to be heading to Las Vegas, until Wladimir Klitschko decided that he had enough of the sport and called time on a glittering career.
Now the Joshua v Klitschko rematch was over, Joshua would have to face Pulev or be forced to vacate his IBF title. With both Joshua and Matchroom premotor Eddie Hearn, stating that AJ wouldn't be vacating any title the Pulev fight was quickly made. It was just a question of where the fight would take place, being an Auntum fight it needed to be held in an indoor arena. Following Anthony Joshua selling 90,000 tickets at Wembley most of the UK's indoor arena just weren't bigger enough, this is when the Principality Stadium in Wales became the frontrunner and was soon confirmed as the location for the next chapter in the Anthony Joshua career.
Why is this one of the biggest fights of the Year?
The heavyweight division is shaping up into one of the best looking in boxing, after more than a decade in the duldrums. The fight between Anthony Joshua and Kubrat Pulev will unlock many big fights in the division, with the winner heading into the super fights in 2018. If this fight weren't to happen now, then it would tie up fighters meaning that the boxing world would miss out on some modern day classics. The fight also sees big-time boxing return to Wales on one of the grandest stages of all.
The fight will again be shown live on Sky Box Office, at the cost of £19.95. The last Joshua broke UK box office records; this should be no different as AJ is fast becoming one of the biggest draws in world boxing.