Quinton Jackson vs Shannon Briggs Odds & Prediction for Boxing Fight

Quinton Jackson vs Shannon Briggs
  • Boxing odds for a potential fight between former UFC champ Quinton Jackson and boxing heavyweight Shannon Briggs are live.
  • Jackson vs Briggs is expected to be on DAZN, with the date TBD.
  • We list our early betting prediction for Rampage vs Briggs below.

Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and Shannon “The Cannon” Briggs are set to collide by the end of 2022. The two heavyweight stars come from respective different sports, “Rampage” is a former UFC light heavyweight champion and Briggs once held the WBO heavyweight strap.

Not only are these two decorated athletes, but they’re also well past their prime and are both characters who should make the press conferences must-watch viewing.

Jackson vs Briggs Odds

Quinton Jackson+200
Shannon Briggs-260

The opening Jackson vs Briggs odds are favoring the natural boxer, Shannon Briggs -260 to defeat Quinton Jackson. That’s an implied win probability of 72.2% for “The Cannon”. Then “Rampage” as a +200, offers a $200 payout on a $100 wager. You can visit the best online boxing betting sites for the latest odds on this scrap.

Betting on Rampage vs Briggs

Shannon Briggs’s (60-6-1), last fight was in 2016 against Emilio Zarate. A rather unknown boxer that Briggs finished in the first round. In his prime, Briggs held wins over Marion Wilson and George Foreman. He’s shared the ring with Lennox Lewis, and Vitali Klitschko was his last pro loss in 2010.

Rampage and Briggs almost came to blows during a weigh-in for the recent competition organized by Triller Fight Club, a martial arts organization known for staging combat between MMA fighters and boxers. Within Triad Combat, the fighters fight in a specially designed ring and fights last two minutes.

Jackson’s MMA team emerged triumphant in the final match of the night, despite former heavyweight champion Kubrat Pulev defeating former UFC heavyweight champion Frank Mir in the main event. Mir was clearly out of his depth and the fight didn’t go past 2 minutes.

Now the two coaches are destined to share the ring together. Rampage has kickboxing experience from the Pride days back in 2001, but the 44-year-old heavyweight hasn’t any strict boxing experience. Rampage’s last MMA win was against old rival Wanderlei Silva at Bellator 206 in 2018, he then retired from MMA the following year, hanging up the gloves with a record of 38-14.

Given that the odds for this first bout are to be settled in the ring, Briggs will have a clear advantage. Let’s go champ!

Betting Pick: Shannon Briggs.

Best Of Shannon Briggs vs Rampage Jackson

Boxing First Following by MMA

Rampage vs Briggs is set to be settled across the two different facets of combat sports – boxing and MMA. The first of which, will be boxing. Once we get the boxing wrapped up, odds on an MMA fight between Rampage vs Briggs, you can bet that Betting Insider Journal will be covering it!

“It’s going to be a boxing match and then he says he wants to wait six months later [to do MMA],” Jackson told Ariel Helwani. “I’m telling him that’s too long. We gotta wait two or three months and then do an MMA fight.

“I signed the paperwork and stuff like that. I think he’s waiting on one of his promotors. I’m going to let them promote the boxing match because boxing is different than MMA, right? I don’t know how to promote a boxing match. We’re just waiting on a couple of people, but we have the contracts and stuff is drawn up.”

Jackson revealed that he had signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) to fight Briggs.

“We have a couple of venues hitting us up. We’re just weighing out our options. We’re also trying to do a 24/7. A little reality show. I need to show the world that I’m serious and that I’m training hard. That I’m back in shape,” he explained. “I have a meeting tomorrow with some people who want to give us a reality show. I’m going, to be honest. This guy, for him to be that ugly and that old, he’s very f—king entertaining. He’s fun as hell. This guy is like the boxing version of me, except I’m not as old and ugly as he is.”

Will this hilarious grudge match ever happen? Comment below on your prediction!

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