Vasiliy Lomachenko vs. George Kambosos odds, prediction: Proven boxing...

Another boxing incredibly fight is on deck Saturday as previous champs George Kambosos Jr. and Vasiliy Lomachenko fulfill for the uninhabited IBF light-weight title. Their 12-round centerpiece tops the primary card (8 p.m.) from RAC Arena in Perth, Australia. The belt was left uninhabited by Devin Haney, who went up a weight class and is likewise a current typical challenger for both fighters. Haney swept Kambosos with 2 uneven choice success to confine the undeniable light-weight title before notching a questionable, narrow choice over Lomachenko in a defense in 2015. The winner Saturday ends up being a champ once again and will have utilize for future mega battles in the department.

Lomachenko is a -700 preferred (run the risk of $700 to win $100), while Kambosos is priced at +425 in the most recent Vasiliy Lomachenko vs. George Kambosos Jr. odds. The over/under for overall rounds is 10.5, with the Over priced at -400. Before securing any George Kombosos Jr. vs. Vasiliy Lomachenko choices, make certain you see the boxing forecasts and betting guidance from SportsLine professional Brandon Wise. 

Wise, who is the fight sports editor for CBS Sports, is a knowledgeable boxing and combined martial arts expert who has actually regularly offered winning choices for SportsLine members. For the previous 4 years, he has actually struck various boxing choices in big-time matches.

For example, in March, Wise called a win in Round 1 for Jake Paul (+200) against Ryan Bourland and likewise recommended SportsLine members to take the Under 1.5 rounds (+120). Both bets linked when Paul scored a knockout towards completion of the preliminary. Anyone who has actually followed Wise’s fight sports selects has actually currently seen enormous returns.

Now, with Vasiliy Lomachenko vs. George Kambosos Jr. on deck, Wise has actually studied the match from every angle and launched positive choices for the fight. You can just see those choices at SportsLine. 

Vasiliy Lomachenko vs. George Kambosos Jr. sneak peek 

For Lomachenko (17-3), Saturday’s fight not just provides the chance for another world champion, however to show to himself and boxing observers that he still belongs amongst the sport’s elite. His loss to Lopez had actually some observers questioning whether he had passed his prime, and he was identified to reveal otherwise.

Although he won 3 successive battles following the upset loss, his fight against Haney has actually left a bitter taste. Not due to the fact that he has is sorry for about his efficiency, however he still thinks the judges got the result incorrect, a viewpoint shared by many observers, and he’s identified to leave no doubt even while in the challenger’s home nation Saturday.

“On paper, I am not an undeniable world champ,” Lomachenko stated. “If we talk with Teofimo (Lopez), it was a close fight. But if we are speaking about Haney, it was not a close fight. I comprehend that I won this fight. People understand and comprehend about this break-in.”

Kambosos (21-2) is a straight-ahead fighter who is understood for optimizing his rather minimal natural skill with grit and decision, in addition to a touch of good luck. To show the latter, his upset of Lopez was his 3rd successive split-decision success.

Kambosos saw his very first defense lead to an uneven choice loss to Haney in June 2022, and a contracted rematch 4 months later on netted the exact same result. Haney continued to take a razor-thin choice in May of in 2015 against Lomachenko, however lots of observers thought the Ukrainian should have to get his hand raised. See who to back here. 

How to make Vasiliy Lomachenko vs. George Kambosos Jr. choices

We can share that Wise likes the Over 10.5 rounds. He’s likewise secured a method-of-victory prop and a positive money-line choice. You can just see his choices and analysis at SportsLine. 

Who wins George Kambosos Jr. vs. Vasiliy Lomachenko, and which prop is a must-back? Visit SportsLine now to see Brandon Wise’s finest bets for Saturday, all from the boxing professional who nailed Jake Paul’s first-round knockout in March, and learn.


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