Boxing over/under, moneyline and fight outcome bets explained

The most popular bet types in boxing are the money line, over/under and fight outcome proposition.

The moneyline bet in boxing

The moneyline is a straight up bet to win or lose. For example, if you placed a $100 bet on Floyd Mayweather to beat Conor McGregor at -900 odds that means you would have to bet $900 to win $100 on Mayweather at -900.

The Over/Under in boxing

The Over/Under bet means that you are wagering on how long the bout will last. Over/Under bets range from 1.5 rounds to 11.5 rounds and also come attached with money lines. This means that fight Over/Under bets range from 1:30 of the 1st round (1.5) to 1:30 of the 12th round (11.5). Most money lines open in the -110 to -150 range but can go as high as -800.

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A fight outcome boxing bet

A fight outcome boxing bet means that you are placing a wager on how a fight will end. The types of wagers for the fight outcome are as follows: Win by Knockout, Win by Decision and last but not least the Draw (tie match).

There are some great betting websites that can be used to bet on sports reliably in New Jersey: DraftKings, FanDuel, PointsBet, Fox Bet, Caesars Palace, and The Golden Nugget. As of this writing, the current industry leaders in New Jersey are DraftKings and FanDuel.

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