Despite beign an interesting contest it is worth noting that the bookies see it as being pretty one sided. The champion is priced at 1/5 to retain his title with a victory over his countryman, whilst Sultan 51/10 with one UK bookmaker, whilst the draw is available as high as 25/1.
The "To Win" market isn't the only one available for this particular bout isn't the only one available on this bout. There is also a method of victory market. The most likely outcome, according to the bookies, is a decision win for Ancajas, with that result priced at 19/29. A stoppage for the champion is 11/4, which is saying a lot about Sultan's toughness given that Ancajas has stopped 15 of his last 16 foes. Sultan to win by stoppage is a huge 14/1 whilst you can get a massive 20/1 on Sultan to win by decision.
Given the odds on a stoppage a stoppage by either man are quite low it shoudl come as no surprise to learn the bout is expected to go the distance, with odds of 4/7 on the bout going the 12 scheduled rounds, compared to 15/8 on the bout to be stopped inside the distance.
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