Given Sosa's inactivity and age there is little surprise to see him as the under-dog and he has been priced as high as 69/4 by one bookies, with others pricing him around 8/1. The 69/4 odds, which pays more than 17-1, are incredible and suggest the bout is a foregone conclusion before a punch has even been thrown.
Nietes is is the favourite, and whilst two bookies have him at 1/100 others having him at a much more reasonable 1/9, perhaps tempting some fans into putting money on Ahas to extend a 30 fight unbeaten run dating back almost 12 years!
Those interested in the draw maybe tempted by a price of 28/1
Although Sosa has surprised us all in the past, with late career wins over Ulises Solis and Giovani Segura, this might be a bit too much too late for the once very good Sosa.