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A competitive contest is expected as the unbeaten and exciting Cameron is matched with the experience of McGee. This will be a fascinating clash of styles, and both women should get to work early with a fast start expected. Both Cameron and McGee know exactly what to expect from each other, meaning they won’t waste any time finding their range. Both head into this contest extremely confident they can win the fight and claim the belts. Those in attendance at the arena in Greenwich and the millions more watching live around the world hope this bout lives up to expectations.
The traders at all trusted betting apps made their odds available early for this one, and all seem to be in agreement. Despite the promoters and many boxing pundits suggesting the main event will be a hard-fought bout involving two evenly matched females’s the trading teams don’t seem to agree and have priced Cameron as the clear favorite. The fight-winner betting market suggests losing isn’t an option for the unbeaten Briton and her opponent from across the pond is only here to make up the numbers.
That seems rather harsh as McGee has been around a while and has a promising career. She has learned the tricks of the trade on her way up and is now ready to use them in an attempt to out-smart her less experienced fighter. She certainly hasn’t come here just to make up the numbers, and her CV shows she’s in London to test herself against a rising star and come away with the belts, proving there’s plenty more in the tank.
You’ll find the current fight-winner betting odds available on Cameron v McGee in the table below. The odds displayed are to win the fight with the draw option available, but please keep in mind that these odds can change right up until the first bell. The markets will remain the same, but traders will monitor the odds and may adjust them after every decent-sized bet placed on either fighter.
Chantelle Cameron win on points (-200)
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Fight fans have a quieter weekend ahead than what we’ve been used to this month as October grinds to a halt and we move ever closer to winter. With Halloween in the air, it’s fright night rather than fight night in London where Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing presents the best of the weekend’s action. An action-packed card comes from the O2 Arena with a WBC and IBF world female championship bout the main attraction.
Chantelle Cameron of the United Kingdom faces American boxer Mary McGee over 10x 2mins rounds in a bout that is sure to show women’s boxing in a good light. That clash is supported by Youssef Khoumari v George David Castaneda for the vacant WBC International Silver super featherweight title. Another bout on the programme featuring a fighter from the states sure to draw a crowd is Alen Babic v Eric Molina in an eight-round heavyweight contest. Molina has fought two former world champions in Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder. Despite being 39 years old now, he’ll be asked to use his experience and drag the big punching Babic in the later rounds.
The leading online betting apps offer odds on each bout mentioned, with gamblers able to call on their boxing knowledge from both sides of the Atlantic and try to predict a winner. Keep it simple and call the winner of the top bouts, throwing a few selections together to create a parlay, chasing a big win off a small stake. Those looking for greater odds should try their luck on the specials, including the method of victory market. There you’ll be asked to predict the winning fighter and how they will achieve the result, picking either the knockout or points win. More on that later but, for now, let’s focus on the main event.
We were interested to see why McGee has been priced like she had never boxed before and won a shot at the world title in a competition. The fighter from Indiana brings a professional record of 27 wins against three defeats and one no contest. The spare came back in 2006 and was the result of a clash of heads, forcing the bout to be pulled. She has since lost three times, but each of those defeats were on points over six rounds once and two ten rounders.
McGee arrives in London carrying the confidence that comes from winning each of her last seven outings, with four of those coming inside the distance. She has won her last two by KO/TKO, winning in rounds nine and 10. That shows she has power and will be dangerous up to the final bell.
Opponent Cameron holds all the aces here. She is the unbeaten fighter, ranked higher than her opponent and will be cheered on by a huge support. The 30-year-old from Northampton has claimed eight of her wins by knockout but isn’t known in the game as a concussive puncher who can take opponents out with a single shot. She’s more of a ball of energy, a fighter that works hard and overwhelms opponents with her accurate punching and combinations to the head and body. A well-schooled and intelligent fighter.
Those boxing skills and the backing of a vocal support will help her dig deep and score a comfortable win on the scorecards. She’ll aim to build up an early points advantage, and if things are going her way in the second half of the bout, there’s no need to take any risks and trade with the American who can punch.
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|Chantelle Cameron vs Mary McGee Information
|Chantelle Cameron vs Mary McGee
|O2 Arena, London
|Date and Time
|Saturday 30 October, 20:00 EST
|How to watch
|Live on DAZN
Former professional boxer at the world-famous TRAD TKO Gym in London, I am now a full-time freelance content writer, pundit, and podcast contributor working with some of the biggest names in the sports betting industry. I love boxing, football's most successful team Glasgow Rangers, and horse racing. Email: [email protected]More info on Frank Monkhouse
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