Boxing odds: Canelo favored to take light heavyweight belt from Bivol

Get the Full StoryCanelo Alvarez is favored to capture the WBA light heavyweight belt from Dmitry Bivol Photo by Al Bello Getty Images

Check out the boxing odds for tonight s WBA light heavyweight title fight between the challenger, Canelo Alvarez, and the champion, Dmitry Bivol. The T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada will be the setting tonight where current cream of the boxing crop, Canelo Alvarez 57-1-2, 39 KO s , will attempt to become the WBA light heavyweight champion when he challenges the current king, Dmitry Bivol 19-0, 11 KO s . Bloody Elbow is here to provide you with the moneylines, and some proposition bets, for this championship affair.

Although Gennadiy Golovkin came darn close, the undefeated Floyd Mayweather has been the only person on Earth who has been able to dish out a loss to Canelo so it s really no surprise that he s favored over Bivol. Alvarez is clocking in as a moderate -525 betting favorite, with Bivol being offered up as a 390 underdog.

The bookies aren t foreseeing a finish here, but are instead expecting this 12-rounder to make it all the way to the final bell. The prop bet Fight goes to decision holds a strongly favored position of -235, with a 180 comeback on the Fight doesn t go to decision play.

Naturally, the odds reflect Canelo being the fighter to win on the scorecards. The exotic wager Alvarez wins by decision can be found with a favored tick of -150, while Bivol wins by decision is residing at a much loftier line of 600.

For those predicting that the judges will be taken out of the equation, there s Alvarez wins by TKO KO or DQ at a moderate dog tag of 270, and then Bivol wins by TKO KO or DQ living in a completely different dimension at 1200.

Check out the betting odds for Canelo Alvarez vs. Dmitry Bivol, courtesy of DraftKings:

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