The earliest bout listed, pencilled in for 6am on the Paddy Power website, is the 10 round bout between local favourite Ryo Matsumoto (16-0, 14) and Filipino visitor Jestoni Autida (9-3, 4). Autida has had a good year, pushing Petch Sor Chitpattana very close and stopping Ratchasak KKP, though is viewed as a huge 12/1 under-dog whilst Matsumoto is an unbackable 1/80. The draw is priced at 33/1
At 8am Paddy Power have got the OPBF Super Flyweight title bout between defending champion Takuma Inoue (5-0, 1) and tricky challenger Rene Dacquel (15-5-1, 5). Again they make the visitor the big under-dog, pricing him at 12/1, just like Autida, whilst Inoue is 1/80, just like his Ohashi gym stablemate. Interestingly this bout has a "method of victory" market open with Inoue by decision being a value bet at 6/5, Inoue by stoppage is odds on at 4/6, in what looks to be a peculiar move by the bookies. For Dacquel backers the Filipino is 33/1 to win a decision and 14/1 to score his 6th stoppage win. s with the other bout the draw is 33/1.
At 9am the bookies will be closing the market on the first of the world title fights, a bout that sees Akira Yaegashi (22-5, 12) go up against IBF Light Flyweight champion Javier Mendoza(24-2-1, 19). This is the only bout where the visitor is the favourite, with the bookies making Mendoza a 1/2 favoruite whilst Yaegashi is an 8/5 under-dog, suggesting the bookies think he's on the downside as a fighter.
The final bout, with a scheduled time of 10am, sees Naoya Inoue (8-0, 7) defending his WBO Super Flyweight title against Warlito Parrenas (24-6-1, 21). As noted recently Inoue is a 1/100 favourite for the bout whilst Parrenas is 16/1. Strangely the bout has been priced at 33/1 to be a draw. As with Takuma Inoue's bout with Rene Dacquel, this one also has a "method of victory" market. This sees Inoue priced at 1/7 to score a stoppage whilst the Monster is 4/1 to claim a decision. The Filipino is 33/1 to score a decision win and 18/1 to get the win by stoppage.
*Note-Other bookies have priced some of these bouts, but Paddy Power are the only ones to have priced them all, so we have just used their odds.