Top Boxing Betting Picks of the Week – February 5th Edition

Top Boxing Betting Picks of the Week – February 5th Edition

Written by on February 5, 2018

As we now do every Monday, it’s time to look ahead to see what the boxing betting action has to offer over the next few days. All of the big betting action is set for this coming Saturday, February 5, with 4 big fights on tap across the world. The beauty of these fights is that they are spread out across the entire day, which means you will be able to watch and wager on them all. Things get off to an early start with a couple of fights in Poland starting at noon. Those are followed by a lightweight battle in Canada, with the evening finished off with a super featherweight fight in Mexico. Let’s go ahead and take a closer look at all 4 of these fights, making some predictions as we go.

Top Boxing Betting Picks of the Week – February 5th Edition

Adam Gadajew vs. Krzysztof Wlodarczyk

  • Division: Cruiserweight
  • Record: Gadajew 17-14-0 / Wlodarczyk 53-4-1
  • KO’s: Gadajew 26% / Wlodarczyk 64%
  • Boxing Betting Odds: Gadajew +2500 / Wlodarczyk -7500
This fight is the first of a pair of 8-round cruiserweight battles set to go on Saturday afternoon in Nysa, Poland. It also looks as though we might be starting the day off with a bit of a mismatch. Wlodarczyk is looking to get back on track after getting knocked out by Murat Gassiev in his last fight. That defeat ended a positive 4-fight win streak, taking his career record to 53-4-1, with 37 KO victories. Gadajew has had an up and down career, going 17-14 with 8 KO wins, but is on the skid at the moment having lost 2 of his last 3 fights. The favorite should have this one finished well inside the 8 rounds.

Manroy Sadiki vs. Krzysztof Glowacki

  • Division: Cruiserweight
  • Record: Sadiki 14-1-1 / Glowacki 28-1-0
  • KO’s: Sadiki 38% / Glowacki 62%
  • Boxing Betting Odds: Sadiki +2500 / Glowacki -7500
The second fight on the Polish card is another cruiserweight battle, and yet another that looks as though it might well be over quickly. Both fighters come into this one with just a single career loss, but there is a huge gap in their division rankings. Glowacki (28-1) is ranked #4 among cruiserweights, while Sadiki (14-1-1) is way down the list at #250. Glowacki has recovered nicely from nicely from his loss to Uryk by putting together back to back wins. The favorite can flash some real power, scoring 18 KO wins in his career, and he should add to that number here.

Ulises Perez vs. Tyson Cave

  • Division: Super Lightweight
  • Record: Perez 17-6-0 / Cave 30-3-0
  • KO’s: Perez 35% / Cave 39%
  • Boxing Betting Odds: Perez +1500 / Cave -4500
We are off to Ontario, Canada for this one, an 8-round lightweight bout that features a Canadian fighter trying to climb the ranks in the division. Tyson Cave is ranked #96, and while a win here may not necessarily move him that far up the rankings, it will continue a positive streak of form that has seen him win each of his last 5 fights via either KO or TKO., taking his overall record to 30-3. Tyson Cave comes in as the Boxing Betting favorite against Ulises Perez. Ulises Perez is way down in the rankings with a 17-6 professional record and has now lost 3 of his last 5 fights. He looks to be on the end of another beating here.

Aristides Perez (+2250) vs. Miguel Roman (-6750)

  • Division: Super Featherweight
  • Record: Perez 31-10-2 / Roman 58-12-0
  • KO’s: Perez 40% / Roman 64%
  • Boxing Betting Odds: Perez / Roman
The final bout o Saturday night is a 10-round super featherweight battle set to go to Mexico. Miguel Roman is the clear favorite for this one, and it’s easy to understand why. He is ranked #4 in the division, coming into this one with a 58-12 career record that includes a staggering 45 KO wins. In comparison, Perez is ranked #161 in the division, coming into this bout with a 31-10-2 record. He is now 36 years old, and with 2 losses in his last 3 fights, it might be fair to suggest that he is running out of gas. Easy win for Roman here.