888sport Enhanced Odds Offer: 10/1 Joshua Wins in First Round or Odds of 4/1 Rounds 1-3
The defending world champion is fully expected to blow the challenger away but if you want to play things a shade safer 888sport are also offering odds of 4/1 that Joshua wins in any of the first three rounds.
888sport 10/1 Joshua Offer and 4/1 Promotion Terms
Whether you opt for Joshua to win in one or go for the safer option but shorter odds of Round 1, Round 2 OR Round 3, the terms and conditions of the 888promotion are the same.
- Join 888sport (enhanced odds are for new accounts only)
- Bet £5-£10 on Joshua to win in Round 1 or, alternatively, Rounds 1-3
- You’ll get paid cash based on the odds when you place your bet and free bets to boost those odds to the advertised 10/1 or 4/1
It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3 to cash in with this promotion. So, if you don’t already have an account with 888sport and reckon Joshua will be far too good, far too fast and far too powerful for journeyman challenger Dominic Breazeale, just go to 888 now and claim whichever offer you prefer!
Anthony Joshua v Dominic Breazeale Betting Tips, Free Bets and Other Enhanced Odds Offers
Enhanced Odds Offers
We’ll add more promotions as they are released:
- 888sport triple odds any bet on Joshua v Breazeale – create your own offer, such as the draw at 120/1, Breazeale at 52/1 or Joshua in Round 4 at 24/1
- Betfair 3/1 Joshua to win – play things safe and just back the champion to win by any method (offer includes money back if you lose and £100 in free bets too!)
Check out our top 10 free bets or just take your choice from the selected 3 below, designed to offer a perfect free bet no matter what sort of money you want to bet.
Tipping Joshua to win might be a little silly given the champ is priced at just 20/1 on (that’s 1/20) but we really can’t see any other outcome. He continues to improve and has a great attitude and a willingness to learn and work hard. Allayed to his natural speed and power that’s a great package.
Breazeale is 6ft 7 and has 17 wins from 17 fights, with 15 Kos but the step up he is taking here is even bigger than he is! This will be his first fight outside the US and at 30 years of age that should tell you a fair amount.
Charles Martin was expected to give Joshua a tough test last time but the Brit sent him packing in two. Joshua boasts a perfect record from 16 fights, with 16 wins by knockouts and of those five have come in the first round, eight in the second, two in the third and just one hs gone longer than that (his seven round victory over Dillian Whyte).
With Joshua keen to keep sending out the message that he is a legend in the making we think he will win quickly again. Covering rounds 1-3 is a decent option but don’t be surprised to see Joshua end this in one round, available at best normal odds of 11/4 with Ladbrokes.