Although he won the first bout, and shocked the boxing world, Srisaket is the under-dog again this weekend, and is priced at 3/1 to repeat his upset. Gonzalez, who some bookies priced at 1/100 for the first fight, is best priced at 1/3 to win here, with some bookies having him 1/5 to reclaim the WBC Super Flyweight title and become a 5-time champion. As for the draw that has been priced at 22/1, and given how competitive and close their first bout was that may actually be worth a small bet.
The method of victory market is a really interesting one here with Gonzalez priced at Evens to win a decision and 11/4 to score a stoppage against a fighter who really did look ridiculously strong and tough last time out. For a repeat of Srisaket's decision win the odds are 5/1 whilst the Thai stopping the Nicaraguan great is best priced at 10/1.
For the bout to go the distance is priced at 8/15 whilst the bout ending inside 12 rounds has been priced at a very attractive 7/4, which is particularly interesting as it covers the technical decisions, as well as a stoppage either way and a disqualification result.
Srisaket and Gonzalez battle again, but will it be repeat or revenge?