We haven’t added Tyson versus Jones Jr. onto this list. That bout deserves it’s own write-up. Instead, we’ve chosen four of the best boxing matches this weekend. Check out MyBookie Boxing odds, analysis, and free picks for all four!
Boxing: Five Top Bouts for the Weekend
Top Boxing Matches
- When: Friday, Nov. 27 – Saturday, Nov. 28
Friday, Nov. 27 Fight
- Demetrius Andrade -2500 / Dusty Hernandez Harrison +800
WBO Middleweight Title holder Demetrius Andrade has a ridiculous 29-0 record with 18 knockouts. A southpaw, Andrade is a skilled fighter. He never evades a punch by moving directly backwards. Instead, he’s good at slipping punches and countering. He’s also always aware of his feet and shifts his weight well.
Harrison is 34-0 with 20 knockouts and a draw. He’s got about a half an inch reach advantage over Andrade. Although Andrade should win, the odds are totally discounting Harrison’s ability to use his jab. The fight is at Super Middleweight and for 10 rounds. Dusty could get lucky at huge odds.
Boxing Pick: Dusty Hernandez Harrison
Saturday, Nov. 28 Fights
- Joe Joyce +300 / Daniel Dubois -400
11-0 with 10 knockouts, Joyce is a slow moving heavyweight who uses his strength and gigantic body to move his opponents into positions where he can land a big punch. Dubois has a 15-0 record with 14 knockouts.
Dubois is much faster than Joyce. He stands too straight up, which means Joe could land a devastating knockout punch, but if Daniel uses his speed and throws when he’s in range and then dips out of range, he should win.
Boxing Pick: Daniel Dubois
- Nate Robinson +155 / Jake Paul -185
Former pro basketball player Nate Robinson takes on Jake Paul in what should be an entertaining bout. Neither will confuse anyone with Terence Crawford. But both have some skills. Paul already has a fight that he won. That may be the reason he’s favored here.
Jake has a tendency to punch over his front foot, though. In training videos, the natural athlete, that’s Nate, didn’t make that mistake. If Paul punches over his feet on Saturday night, Nate could duck under, move forward, and then land strong combinations. Robinson is the play.
Boxing Pick: Nate Robinson
- Daniel Jacobs -1800 / Gabriel Rosado +750
36-3 with 30 knockouts, Daniel Jacobs should have no trouble handling 25-12-1 Gabriel Rosado. The underdog must get lucky with a punch to hang with Jacobs. What makes this such a bad fight for Gabriel is that Jacobs is good enough to battle Triple G and Canelo.
Rosado isn’t on the same level. Also, he’s got a 71 ½” reach while Daniel’s is 73”. DJ won’t even have to get close to Gabriel to land punches. Unless Jacobs didn’t prepare, he figures to end Rosado’s night early.
Boxing Pick: Daniel Jacobs