Later today British fight fans will be able to see Welshman Andrew Selby (6-0, 4) take on Filipino foe Jake Bornea (11-1, 5) in what is a genuine step up for Selby, who has been raved about since his amateur days, since turning professional last year.
Despite the bout being a notablestep up for the Welshman he is seen as an unbackable favourite with bookies pricing him as a 1/66 favourite, the sort of odds that suggest a complete and utter mismatch and a bout that shouldn't have been made. For those fancying the under-dog the odds of 22/1 are genuinely attractive, though of course Bornea is the visitor, he's fighting utside of the Philippines for the first time, and is seen as a man being thrown to the wolves a bit here.
The draw has been priced as a very unlikely 33/1.
For those interested in the method of victory Selby by stoppage has been priced at 1/7, whilst a decision for the Welshman is 7/2. For Bornea to win by stoppage the odds are 18/1 whilst Bornea by decision is 25/1. On a similar theme the price of the bout going the distance is 7/2 whilst a the bout not going 12 rounds is 1/6.
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