- Betting props for have been released for Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz’s ‘Clash on the Dunes’ rematch.
- For total rounds the over 7.5 is set at (-134) and under is (-106).
- Anthony Joshua is (+175) to be knocked down at any stage in the fight.
- Can Anthony Joshua find a way around Andy Ruiz and get his belts back?
The biggest heavyweight fight of 2019 is almost here with Andy Ruiz Jr vs Anthony Joshua taking place on Dec. 7 in Saudi Arabia. If you are wondering how to bet on Andy Ruiz Jr vs Anthony Joshua, look no further. This guide will break down all the possible betting options for this blockbuster rematch.
Andy Ruiz Jr Anthony Joshua 2 Odds
|Andy Ruiz Jr||+200|
Andy Ruiz Jr was originally a late replacement for their first bout and opened as a 10/1 (+1000) underdog!
Now he’s just a 2/1 (+200) underdog to shock the oddmakers once again. While Anthony Joshua remains the betting favorite, bet $250 on Joshua to make $100 in profit. A potential draw has been priced at 22/1 (+2200).
You can get all these odds and props from Betway.com, that’s listed here among our best betting sites.
Betting on the Rematch
In terms of getting the best boxing odds for Ruiz vs Joshua 2, we picked our favorite betting props to get you the best value for your bets.
The bookies set a tough over under to predict, especially since the first fight ended in the 7th round. This time the over/under has been set at 7.5 rounds.
Both fighters scored knockdowns in their first encounter so chances are we see at least one of them knocked down before the fight ends. Ruiz was knocked down first and for (-188) we see value there.
With the power Ruiz and Joshua possess it’s easy to see why the oddsmakers are favouring this fight not going the distance at (-400). Some gone in 60 seconds odds are also available if you fancy your chances with a small wager to earn some big bucks!
Will Weight Play a Part?
Both fighters have been slimming down as speed is essential for the rematch. Joshua has always been muscle bound since turning pro, whereas Ruiz has carried added weight but it translated well as power.
“I’m not going to try to slim down to the point where I look like a cruiserweight,” Joshua told DAZN back in September. “I’m going to slim down to the point where I’m good for boxing and I’m good for 12 rounds.”
For Joshua trimming down to become less muscular makes sense, however for Ruiz this could work against him, and even Freddie Roach to Mike Tyson have explained this.
What Time is Andy Ruiz Jr vs Anthony Joshua?
- Date: Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019
- Time: 2:30 p.m. ET
- Main event: 4 p.m.ET (approximate)