Alen Babic v Adam Balski Boxing Betting Tips & Predictions
Knockout merchant Alen Babic has a cult following on the British boxing scene and the fans will be hoping for another explosive display on Saturday evening.
The Croatian-born fighter is undefeated in his 10 professional fights with all of them coming by way of KO/TKO.
Eight of those fights have been fought in England with two of them being in Italy. Babic is a monster hitter who has admitted he doesn’t really train; he just likes to fight and lets his hands go.
He is a bit like Ivan Drago in Rocky IV – whatever he hits he destroys.
His last fight saw him stop David Spilmont in the sixth round in Manchester. That was the furthest Babic has been taken in any fight.
He takes on Adam Balski from Poland. He has won 16 of his 17 professional fights with nine coming by way of knockout.
On paper, Balski is a power puncher, but I cannot see him matching up to the power of Babic.
Eight of Babic’s wins have come inside four rounds and I cannot see this one being any different. It will not go the distance I am sure of that.
It won’t be the most stylish of bouts with both fighters swinging wildly, but I am backing Babic to knock Balski out inside three rounds.