Gervonta Davis opened as a slight betting underdog +100, to Teofimo Lopez as a -125 favorite. Both lightweights are undefeated and are coming off career defining wins, Lopez over Lomachenko […]
- Gervonta Davis opened as a slight betting underdog +100, to Teofimo Lopez as a -125 favorite.
- Both lightweights are undefeated and are coming off career defining wins, Lopez over Lomachenko and Davis over Santa Cruz.
- We will see this fight in 2021 and are the betting odds realistic?
Gervonta Davis lit the boxing world on fire once again with a KO of the year win over Leo Santa Cruz. As the youth of boxings lightweight division shines through there are plenty of match-making opportunities. Fans and oddsmakers alike can’t help imagining what Davis vs Lopez would look like.
Gervonta Davis vs Teofimo Lopez
|Gervonta Davis||+100, (1/1)|
|Teofimo Lopez||-125, (4/5)|
The opening betting line for Gervonta Davis vs Teofimo Lopez is a modest one. The bookies aren’t risking too much until the sharp money comes in. Davis being the underdog, means if you bet $100 you could win $100. For Teofimo Lopez as the betting favorite, you can risk $125 to net $100.
Be sure to check out all our top betting sites reviewed here, prior to betting on boxing fights online.
Who’s The A-Side?
Teofimo Lopez edges this one with a more well-rounded fight style and P4P experience. Floyd Mayweather may beg to differ, as he’s Gervonta Davis’s promoter and has a hand in just about anything his protege does.
Ideally Gervonta will need one more fight under his belt before he steps in with Lopez. This fight doesn’t need to be fast-tracked yet, let’s see how Lopez or Davis handle a Devin Haney or Ryan Garcia first. If they can continue their undefeated streaks against top talent, this will only make the final showdown all worth the wait.
Lopez’s Return and Next Fight
Weeks after Teofimo Lopez’s emphatic win over Vasyl Lomachenko, Lopez had foot surgery to repair his right foot. While Lomachenko is calling for a rematch, it would still be another huge fight for both boxers to run it back.
However, Lopez has also hinted at moving up in weight and grabbing the 140-pound gold in an attempt to become a multi-division champion. Lopez could also look at defending his IBF gold against mandatory challenger George Kambosos Jr. who edged past Lee Selby this past weekend.
Boxing odds for Lopez are heavily favoring the lightweight champion over Aussie boxer George Kambosos.
“The Takeover” is well a truly here, and nothing but greatness on Teofimo Lopez’s mind moving forward.