BetVictor Enhanced Odds for Whyte v Chisora 2
Boxing isn’t known for its charm, and there’s not really an exception here as two formidable protagonists enter the ring on the 22nd of December at the O2 arena in London. The aim is to settle a long running dispute between Dillian Whyte, the British heavyweight champion from Brixton, and Dereck Chisora, the never say die battler from Finchley.
Enhanced Odds at BetVictor
To add a little extra excitement to your evening of boxing, join BetVictor and pick up odds of 50/1 on Dillian Whyte to win by knockout in the first round or 66/1 for Dereck Chisora to win in the 12th round. These odds and many more price boosts – for this event and others – can be found at our enhanced odds page.
A Media Circus Taken to the Boxing Ring
The media circus surrounding boxing these days is becoming a bit obvious and quite tedious too. Pre-fight talk of grudge matches has been worn out by Eddie Hearn, the fight promoter, and nobody wants to see an ugly brawl beforehand, just to sell tickets. However, this fight is a very interesting match-up nevertheless. The first encounter between Whyte and Chisora was an epic 12 rounder with neither fighter dominating the fight, and it was narrowly won by Whyte. This time round should be an even better spectacle, and there is bound to be some big name fighters at ringside waiting to cash in on the result.
Will The Heavyweight Division Be Unified?
Public interest in the sport of boxing within the UK is probably at the highest it’s ever been with potential world champions at most weights. The heavyweight division, which is always the biggest draw but no more so since Anthony Joshua burst onto the scene, and especially now as he is threatening to unify all of the championship belts. However, a fight with WBC champion American Dyontay Wilder is proving difficult to pin down. The showdown will happen at some point, but not until the terms have been agreed, which seems to be the hold-up at the moment.
Meanwhile, back on home soil, the British await a blockbuster to finish off 2018. Both of these men can’t afford to lose, especially Dillian Whyte. A loss for Whyte will surely mean any dreams of world title shots would be in serious doubt. However a win will catapult him into the limelight and up the rankings as a credible contender for one of AJ’s crowns. Dereck Chisora, on the other hand, has nothing to lose but his reputation as a difficult fighter to beat. Historically, Chisora’s unpredictability is a part of his defence, but there is absolutely no doubt whatsoever about his durability, and if Whyte hasn’t put the miles in, there is a possibility that he will gas, and run out of steam.
Take A Punt On The Undercard
On the undercard, Joshua Buatsi, WBA International Light-Heavyweight title holder, takes on Australian Renold Quinlan a former IBO Super Middleweight champion. Buastsi is in need of rounds after his last two fights ended early, and Quinlan, a tough opponent, needs to win. Charlie Edwards has another opportunity to become the WBC Flyweight champion against Cristofer Rosales. David Price squares up against Tom Little in a heavyweight contest, which Price has to win to save his career.
The event is the perfect way to see out 2018, which has seen some pretty amazing boxing throughout the divisions. The main event isn’t one to be missed because there is so much at stake, and the potential upsets happen all of the time. Make sure you get the best betting offers at top online bookmakers