Unsurprisingly the bookies have this pegged as a clear mismatch with the Japanese visitor priced at 16/1 as the under-dog. Given that this is a massive step up in class for the Japanese warrior it is no surprise that he was priced as the under-dog and it's fair to assume few have given him much of a chance against the big punching Gonzalez.
If you'd rather put money on the former champion he is 1/50 to win the bout, suggesting the bout is a foregone conclusion in his favour. If he wins, as expected, this would be a 4th successive win for the popular puncher following a 2015 upset loss to Jonathan Oquendo, in a bout that continues to leave some questions over how much Gonzalez really has left.
For fight fans fancying the unlikely draw, that's priced at 33/1.
Sadly this bout currently has no other markets available on it, just the "To Win" market.