- Odds: Oleksandr Usyk 1/8, Dereck Chisora 9/2.
- Date & Location: Oct 31, London, UK.
- Prediction: Oleksandr Usyk by Decision.
Oleksandr Usyk’s second heavyweight fight has been confirmed, as the undefeated Ukrainian is set to face Dereck Chisora at London this Halloween night. We preview the opening boxing odds for Usyk vs Chisora with some early fight analysis below.
Oleksandr Usyk vs Dereck Chisora Odds
Oleksandr Usyk is heavily favored over Dereck Chisora according to the boxing odds. Usyk has a winning probability of 88.8% against Chisora. That means you would have to bet $888 to win $110 on Usyk. For Dereck Chisora as a sizeable underdog you can bet $100 to win $450 at odds of 9/2.
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Could Chisora shock Usyk?
This certainly won’t be a walk in the park for Usyk. Chisora has fought the elite of British heavyweight boxing including Tyson Fury, David Haye and Dillian Whyte. He has the experience at heavyweight where Usyk his still adjustng with his new weight class.
Chisora is currently on a three fight winning streak, lastly picking up a fourth round KO of David Price back in October 2019. His best key to victory would be to bully the lighter man and use his strength and power early in the rounds to see how Usyk reacts.
Our prediction is that has too many tools for Chisora to handle. Coming in with more fluid movement and slicker boxing. Usyk can pick apart Chisora with either a late TKO or decision victory.
See our full break down here with betting props for Usyk vs Chisora.
Future Fights effected by Coronavirus
As reportsed by TalkSport multiple fights have already been postponed due to the disease and so the fighters decided to take no chances at their presser.
Chisora arrived wearing his Union Jack bandana as a facemask, with a full-body plastic suit covering his clothes. Usyk had a facemask of his own and took the opportunity to spray disinfectant everywhere after posing for a selfie at the end.
Fingers and toes crossed the global pandemic starts to slow down and everything especially sports can resume back to normality!