- Teofimo opened as a -800 favorite to George Kambosos Jr at +500.
- Triller has won the bid to Teofimo Lopez’s next fight.
- Does Kambosos have what it takes to hang in there with Lopez? We find out!
Teofimo Lopez’s first unification title defense will be on November 27 at New York’s Hulu Theater at MSG on DAZN. We review the opening odds for Lopez vs Kambosos below.
Lopez vs Kambosos Odds
According to the average odds from sportsbooks listed here, Teofimo Lopez has a 88% chance of winning this fight. (Bet $800 to win $100). For George Kambosos as the underdog, you can bet $100 to win $500 on causing an upset.
Check out the latest fight predictions for Lopez vs Kambosos here.
Betting Value on George Kambosos Jr
George Kambosos is the Australian boxer that caught himself in the middle of a bidding war between Lopez and various boxing promotions.
Kambosos is undefeated and is entering his prime at 27 years of age. With a record of 19-0, Kambosos is coming off an impressive win over Lee Shelby. Proving he has the ability to mix it with the best of boxing.
Kambosos was also the betting underdog against Shelby, averaging around +150, which gave him a more realistic shot than the oddsmakers are suggesting against Lopez.
That being said, Teofimo Lopez is on another level than any of the opponents that Kambosos has faced before. My early pick is Lopez gets the win inside the distance, be sure to stay tuned to BettingInsiderJournal.com for the best prop bets once they’re released.
Lopez Knows his Worth in 2021
The gamble has paid off for Lopez, who turned down a 1.25 million offer from Bob Arum of Top Rank boxing to fight George Kambosos.
A very Floyd Mayweather-esque move from the undisputed lightweight champion. One that will prove his worth against the major boxing networks and promotions. After a flop earlier this year for this fight to happen on Triller, DAZN and Eddie Hearn stepped and made this fight what it is now.
For all the latest boxing odds, predictions and picks, check out our boxing section. Who and how do you see winning Lopez or Kambosos?