Terence Crawford vs David Avanesyan Odds & Betting Prediction

Terence Crawford vs David Avanesyan
  • Terence Crawford vs David Avanesyan betting odds list Crawford as a heavy, heavy -1450 favorite to earn the victory and defend his WBO welterweight title.
  • Crawford has been unstoppable as the WBO champion and is on an impressive run of seven consecutive wins via stoppages.
  • Bettors would be wise to take a look at Crawford’s odds to win via knockout closer to the December 10 fight date.

Undefeated, 38-0 welterweight champion Terence Crawford steps into the squared circle on December 10 to defend his WBO title against David Avanesyan. It is a fight where Crawford is expected to continue his undefeated reign as oddsmakers have the Nebraska born fighter priced at a steep -1450 to defend his crown.

Crawford vs Avanesyan odds

Terrance Crawford-1450
David Avanesyan +750

Bettors who wish to back Crawford will likely look to the decision/knockout markets closer to the fight as there is not much value to be found on backing the champion and likely winner of this fight.

From using these boxing betting sites, one would have to stake a hefty $1450 to return $100 on a bet on Crawford to win, not much value and a high investment for a very small return.

The oddsmakers are not giving Avanesyan much respect as the challenger. The Russian fighter and European champion is priced at +750 odds as bettors would win $750 on a $100 wager if the heavy underdog shocked the world on American soil come December. Use this Bet99 promo code to claim a $500 sign-up bonus.


Crawford vs Avanesyan Prediction

Boxing fans will be disappointed to see Crawford’s once planned fight against Errol Spence Jr. fall apart and now have to settle for a matchup with little intrigue. Crawford should waltz to an easy victory, with the only question leading up to the fight being if he can continue his streak of knockout victories by finishing Avanesyan.

Avenesyan has enjoyed a very impressive European based career, holding the welterweight title on the continent since 2019. The Russian beat Kerman Lejarraga to earn the crown, knocking him out in the first round in the rematch to establish himself and is now amongst Europe’s best at welterweight.

Avenesyan also possesses his fair share of power just like Crawford, finishing Jose Del Rio and Oskari Metz in the first round in two of his recent bouts.

Utilizing that power against a boxer as skilled as Crawford is unlikely to happen as the American’s superior technique should nullify the Russian’s strengths in this matchup.

Expect Crawford to use his power to end this fight inside the 12 rounds and continue his streak of title defenses with an impressive knockout victory.

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