If you’re looking for a way to wager on the outcome of a sporting event, then you’ve come to the right place. Here we’ll discuss three methods of placing bets on boxing, with special attention paid to the legality and regulation of each one.
The Over/Under Method
One of the most popular bets in boxing is the over/under, which places a limit on the total number of punches thrown in a bout. For instance, a bet could be made on the number of punches thrown in the first ten rounds (over), or the number of punches landed in the last two rounds (under).
Depending on the match, over/under bets can amount to as little as 1/2 a point, or they can be much more. For instance, if a fight lasts twelve rounds and the over/under is five rounds, then your money would be on the line for a total of six points.
The Double-Ended Betting Method
Another great way to place a wager is with double-ended betting. This kind of bet allows you to predict the number of punches thrown or landed in either direction. For example, you might bet on whether Joey’s power will be more to the left or the right, or whether Robert’s jabs will be more up or down. The fun with this kind of wager is that you never know which way the fight is going to go, and that adds an element of suspense.
Accumulators are betting tools that allow you to set up a side bet based on the outcome of a previous bet. For example, if you bet that Robert’s jabs would be more to the right, then you could setup a side bet where you bet that his jabs would land to the left of the target. These tools are a great way to create a winning strategy, or at least a strategy that will give you a chance at winning sometimes.
The bottom line is this: there are many different methods of betting on boxing, but they all boil down to one thing. You’re rooting for your favorite boxer, and you want to see them win so you can collect your winnings. If that sounds like you, then you’ve come to the right place. Don’t worry, we’ll tell you what you need to know about rooting for boxers and how to bet on them. So sit back, relax, and get ready to root for your favorite boxer.