The Mongolian has been touted as being his countries biggest hope of a world title since Lakva Sim lost the WBA Lightweight title to Juan Diaz back in 2004 and has been guided in an aggressive manner, being matched against a good mix of fighters, including the teak tough Jhon Gemino and the then unbeaten Harmonito Dela Torre. Given that level of competition, and his status as a former amateur standout there is little doubt that Nyambayar is a star in the making, and even the book makers are seeing this a coming out party for Nyambayar with the Mongolian best priced at 1/5 to win the bout and continue his unbeaten run.
Those who favour the experience of Escandon may be interested to not that many book makers have him at 4/1 though he has been best priced at a huge 79/17, with the draw available at 25/1.
The bout also has an over/under, with the line set at over or under 8.5 rounds. The over has been priced at 4/6 whilst the under is 11/10.
Although no method of victory market is available it does seem to suggest that Nyambayar is expected to stop the 33 year old Colombian, who was last seen in the the ring just over a year ago, being stopped by Gary Russell Jr in 7 rounds