Boxing returns to DAZN with Ortiz Jr. vs Vargas slated for July 24. Ortiz Jr. opens as the betting favorite at 1/12, while Vargas is a 9/1 underdog. Can Ortiz […]
- Boxing returns to DAZN with Ortiz Jr. vs Vargas slated for July 24.
- Ortiz Jr. opens as the betting favorite at 1/12, while Vargas is a 9/1 underdog.
- Can Ortiz Jr. maintain his undefeated record against the more experienced boxer in Vargas?
One of three boxing events planned for mid-late summer on DAZN, sees Ortiz Jr. put his unblemished record on the line against veteran boxer Samuel Vargas. Let’s take an early look at the boxing odds for Ortiz Jr & Vargas below.
Vergil Ortiz Jr. vs Samuel Vargas Odds
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The oddsmakers have Vergil Ortiz Jr. as the firm betting favorite. With a winning probability of 92% over Vargas, it’s safe to say this is a safe bet but not much return. For Samuel Vargas as an underdog you can bet $100 to win $900, with the draw has been listed at 27/1.
The Future is Bright for Vergil Ortiz Jr.
Ortiz Jr. has been named 2019’s Ring Mag prospect of the year. He’s got a solid amateur record (140-20) and was 2013 winner at the Junior Olympics. At only 22 years of age with 15 pro fights and undefeated, a win over a veteran like Vargas will be a huge milestone.
Ortiz Jr.’s last bout was on December 2019, where he scored a 5th round TKO win over Brad Solomon. Expect another technical knockout here against a worthy opponent in Vagas. The Golden Boy Promoted boxer will be aiming to capitalize on the return of boxing and continue his winning streak in 2020 and beyond.
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Boxing After Quarantine
“I’m very thankful and excited to be headlining the first Golden Boy event after the quarantine,” said Ortiz to BadLeftHook.com “I’m happy that it’s still with the same opponent, so basically we’re picking up where we left off. It’s going to be a tough fight, and it’ll be a great way to kick off the year for me.”
“I’m happy to be back to work training in Las Vegas,” said Vargas. “I think that everything happens for a reason. I think this time off benefited me. I’m ready to upset the world. I believe I can come out with a win. The world is in a weird place right now. The show will be different. There will be no fans. But I have no doubt that I am going to win.”