The Featherweights take center stage for this April 1st bout between Robeisy Ramirez and Isaac Dogboe is right upon us. This bout gets streamed on ESPN+ in the United States and features two excellent fighters. Prelims proceed with this vacant WBO belt on Saturday night, beginning two hours before. This bout starts at 11:00 pm ET (approximately) from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Who will take home the belt in Featherweight Boxing Bets?
Here are our latest numbers from the top online boxing betting sites.
|Robeisy Ramirez vs Isaac Dogboe Odds|
|Over 10.5 Rounds||-155||-150||-147|
|Under 10.5 Rounds||+110||+120||+106|
Robeisy Ramirez remains one of those scary fighters no one wants to fight. Now, his record through the amateurs alone is mind-boggling. The 29-year-old wants badly to get that world-class title shot. He faces a fighter who is just as desperate as Isaac Dogboe. Featherweight Boxing Bets ponders how Ramirez will fare against a fighter like Dogboe.
Ramirez believes he can knock fighters out, and his record bears that fact. The featherweight has one loss in his 12 fights. That was a highly disputed split decision in his pro debut. Now, the Cuban fighter has won 11 matches since with seven coming by knockout. In his three previous bouts, Ramirez has delivered a stoppage or knockout every time. His last fight was a brutal win over Jose Mattias Romero.
This fight expects to feature a little more power from Ramirez than maybe expected. There is some advantage that the Cuban (El Tren) should be able to utilize against his British opponent on Saturday. Expect Ramirez to have the crowd on his side, too, which should raise the level of adrenaline. One of the other bigger advantages may come down to activity too.
This division does not exhibit some of the chaos from other divisions. However, it has a quality that gets often overlooked. Why? That becomes an excellent question. Part of the reason may be to take a look at this fight. Ramirez started out around -350 to -400 on the moneyline. His numbers ballooned to the -750 to -800 range for Saturday’s bout. Again, the reasons are mounting in Featherweight Boxing Bets.
Now, Ramirez can stop Dogboe on Saturday. The dilemma is whether to go very safe with the moneyline or jump down a bit to some props like a decision, KO, or even what round the end may come. A huge advantage is ring experience Ramirez from his days as an amateur. However, that four-inch reach advantage (68 to 64 for Dogboe) may be the biggest. Ramirez can stick and move or throw his power shots with more ease.
Again, Ramirez knows time is of the essence. To rise up in the rankings and pecking order, the Cuban must look impressive against Dogboe. Dogboe will not back down, and that gives Ramirez another advantage. He figures to appear very polished yet powerful in this type of bout. That sets up for future fights against the tops in the featherweight division. Here is that safe moneyline number one more time in Featherweight Boxing Bets.
Isaac Dogboe gets a third chance for a belt this Saturday. The Ghana-British fighter was indeed a former world champion, but that almost feels like a lifetime ago. Dogboe won the WBO junior featherweight title almost five years ago. Then he ran into Emanuel Navarrete. The first fight ended poorly in a unanimous decision loss for Dogboe. However, the second fight ended far more ugly in a TKO defeat. Dogboe would rebound as a Flyweight.
With the Featherweight Boxing Bets, Dogboe hangs anywhere from +400 to +500 as an underdog for Saturday night. That number lengthened in leaps and bounds from a month. So, Dogboe has the respect of Ramirez by all accounts. However, there is a bit of a concern as Dogboe has not fought quite as much. Compare Dogboe’s four fights since May 2019. Ramirez has all 12 of his professional bouts in that time.
Both fighters have a feisty snarl that adds some intrigue to this fight. That makes for some good boxing most of the time. Occasionally, the possibility of a faster ending is possible, but Dogboe has a pretty strong chin. That Navarrete fight illustrated his ability to take punishment. If Dogboe can land some power combinations early and get inside, that bodes well for him. He is a huge underdog, but again everyone forgets the speed and power
Some featherweight boxing bets and props see great Vegas online boxing odds for this fight. Only a few props are what we would call served up. One of them is Ramirez to win by stoppage or knockout. This carries a little risk because referees sometimes get in the way. See the Benavidez fight last week. The Under of 10.5 rounds comes in at +120 on BetOnline, which is possible.
It allows the ability to take some shots at some of the round wagers too. In that round seven to ten range, look for the stoppage. Dogboe’s inactivity could tire him out late. Ramirez will not fool around with opportunity. Do note those +600 numbers (for rounds 7-8 or 9-10). That creates room for a solid hedge.
Featherweight boxing bets expect a Ramirez KO/stoppage of Dogboe on Saturday from Tulsa.
BetOnline, Bovada, and MyBookie have these online betting sites to make more bets for Saturday and for other April fights too.
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