This evening we'll see Srisaket Sor Rungvisai (42-4-1, 38) [ศรีสะเกษ นครหลวงโปรโมชั่น] and Nicaraguan great Roman Gonzalez (46-1, 38) meet in their second bout of the year, following an absolute barnstormer back in March, which saw Srisaket end the unbeaten run of Gonzalez.
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?
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