- The World Boxing Super Series final will be headlined by Naoya Inoue vs Nonito Donaire in Japan.
- Naoya Inoue is the betting favourite (1/33) against the underdog Nonito Donaire (10/1).
- Naoya Inoue holds an undefeated record, can Nonito Donaire cause an upset on the night?
Naoya Inoue the three-weight world champion will face WBA champion Nonito Donaire in the WBSS final on November 7th. In the latest boxing odds there is large gap in the betting line between Donaire and Inoue.
Inoue vs Donaire Odds
|Naoya Inoue||1/33 (-3300)|
|Nonito Donaire||10/1 (+1000)|
These latest betting odds are courtesy of the online sportsbook Betway. Naoya Inoue is a huge favourite, you would need to bet $3300 for a payout of $3400. There is better betting value on wagering on the underdog for a smaller bet here, put $100 on Nonito Donaire to make $1,1000.
Will this experience be key to facing the youth and talent of Inoue? It could certainly play a factor, with oddsmakers perhaps overlooking him.
Inoue (18-0), reigns from Japan and is only 26 years of age. He knocked out Juan Carlos Payano in the first-round, then stopped Emmanuel Rodriguez in the second-round in the semi-final to cement his place in the final.
Donaire (40-5), being the veteran of the two at 36 years of age. Defeated American boxer Stephon Young and Britain’s Ryan Burnett on his way to securing a spot in the final. Donaire hold’s wins of some top competitors but has come up short facing the elite – with key career losses coming from Guillermo Rigondeaux and Carl Frampton.
“This fight is against Inoue, who is one of the best fighters in the world,” Donaire said. “To see where my career has been and what people have said about where I am and coming back to the division, it inspires me, it motivates me, but most of all, it excites me. This is where I want to be.”
If you are looking to bet on Inoue, look for odds on a knockout or round betting for the best betting value.
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