David Haye and Derek Chisora will slug it out on Saturday night in what could be the biggest British in-play betting fight in history, according to Ladbrokes.
If Chisora wins by KO, TKO or disqualification, Ladbrokes will refund losing bets in the round betting market
All the money this week has been for the fight to go the distance at evens as boxing fans predict a closer contest than is being touted in the pre-fight build up.
Should the fight hang in the balance as it progresses, Ladbrokes
predict in the latter rounds up to £73 a second will be bet in-play and on mobile devices on the outcome.
Haye enters the fight as the odds-on favourite at 1/3 however that hasn't discouraged an army of smaller staking backers rallying round to support Chisora at 5/2. A Chisora victory by decision is also popular at 7/1.
The special odds indicate that the fighters will touch gloves beforehand (1/8) but won't shake hands in the press conference after (5/1). It's 7/1 the winner beats any Klitschko within a year while Chisora is 1/2 to have his licence returned before the end of 2013.
Ladbrokes spokesperson Alex Donohue told Bettingpro.com: “Punters can't wait to see these two get it on. The money suggests it will be far tighter than many predict.
“Should the fight remain close we expect in-play records to be smashed.”
Ladbrokes latest betting
Haye KO, TKO or Decision 5/4
Haye Decision or Technical Decision 13/8
Chisora by KO, TKO or Decision 6/1
Chisora by Decision or Technical Decision 7/1
Fight to go the distance
What will the Boxnation commentators say first? (after first bell)
Brawl in Munich 6/4
Licensed to thrill 5/2
The Klitschko Brothers 4/1
Luxembourg Boxing Federation 6/1
He's down! 8/1
Broken Toe 8/1
Winner to beat either Klitschko within a year after the fight 7/1
Haye to win and announce retirement (before 11.59 on Saturday night) 5/1
Haye to lose and announce retirement (before 11.59 on Saturday night) 10/1
Haye to lose and cite an injury as reason for loss in press conference 16/1
Chisora & Haye to shake hands at the post fight press conference 5/1
Chisora & Haye to be spotted on a night out together within a week of the fight 10/1
Chisora to have his British licence returned by the end of 2013 1/2
Fighters to participate in a rematch 3/1
Will the fighters touch gloves before the fight?
Haye to suffer a knockdown and win the fight 9/1
Chisora to suffer a knockdown and win the fight 14/1