Sports have always been the most important matter in life to me. I have studied football, hockey, basketball, baseball and boxing. When I started to get older I found the greatest joy of them all, winning money on sports. If you are anything like me you also get a kinky thrill out of pocketing money whether it be a baseball game or the Super Bowl. I consider myself well schooled in the five sports I mentioned, but boxing is the one that has always been profitable.
The main advantage of Boxing is that is not a team sport -- you are basically only depending on one man (judges are the exception). Sure I have seen a referee stop a fight early, or had hometown judges favor the fight unfairly. However, overall boxing handicapping has become my most reliable source of extra income. My long term win ratio runs between 70-80 percent with most losses coming to underdogs who had great value but just didn't get it done. Ask any expert handicapper and they will tell you that 70-80 percent in any other sport is next to impossible.
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Only in boxing will you find such valuable lines and overlooked information by oddsmakers. The public's lack of knowledge about foreign fighters can be blamed on the lack of coverage by mainstream media. In basketball and football experts follow these kids as early as high school and any player with talent is immediately known. In boxing very few prospects are known until they win a fight on HBO or Showtime and by that time many are 30 years old. This has only added to the advantages of handicapping boxing as well as more and more continued betting interest from boxing insiders. Boxing is making a comeback as a major player in gambling and the whole betting public is taking notice.
Betting On Boxing - Keys To Success?
Here are some things I look for that give me an advantage over the bookies when it comes to betting on boxing. First and foremost you must be an astute evaluator of a fighters' talent. Not to say a fighter can't lose to a fighter w/less talent, because styles do make fights. Age is also an important factor and it can also be used as an advantage or disadvantage. Age becomes very intertwined with experience.
A fighters' winning/losing streak must also be taken into consideration. A fighter on a roll can even become overconfident, so many scenarios must be considered. At Doc's our techniques have been perfected more than 33 years, so when you do business with us your profits are sure to rise. Doc's also considers mathematical and computer-oriented stats to find values on certain plays. A trainer or change in trainers can also be an important factor, as is a fighter's overall size. Has he moved up too many weight classes? Height and defense are also important. You must also examine similar fighters the opponent has fought and how he responded. Punching power is another gauge that must be figured in. At Doc's we pride ourselves and always having all the possible information because we take boxing picks seriously.
There are many more factors to be considered but having great analyzing skills is always going to be the main ingredient.
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