Sky Bet is offering new and existing customers the chance to claim a massive 18/1 price boost for Saturday night’s big boxing card in London, headlined by Anthony Joshua v Kubrat Pulev, and we highly recommend claiming this enhancement, which will pay out in cash!
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PLEASE NOTE: 18+. Odds subject to change. Offer may be pulled at any time. T&Cs apply.
How To Claim 18/1 Joshua Boxing Double
- Visit the SkyBet website
- Sign into your account or register for a new one
- Select ‘Boxing’ and then ‘Upcoming fights’
- Select ‘’Saturday Cross Fight Price Boost, RequestABet & Enhanced Accas’
- Click on the yellow ‘18/1’ box next to ‘Joshua to win in Rds 7-9 & Okolie to win in Rds 1-3 (was 16/1)’
- Enter your stake into the betslip (a £10 bet returns £190)
- If Anthony Joshua beats Kubrat Pulev in Rounds 7-9 (as we have predicted) and Lawrence Okolie beats Nikodem Jezewski in Rounds 1-3 (as we have predicted, Sky Bet will pay out your winnings in cash.
Why You Should Claim 18/1 Joshua Boxing Double
- Anthony Joshua is looking to put on a show in his first fight for a year and to do that he is going to have to stop the aging veteran Kubrat Pulev. Having learned his lesson from the first Andy Ruiz Jr fight the champion will fight smart for the first few rounds to stay out of trouble and as his 39-year-old opponent begins to run out of steam he will step up through the gears to pick him apart, beat him up and finish him during the second half of the contest.
- Two of Joshua’s last two fights have ended in the seventh round and this has been the final round in four of his last 10 bouts.
- Lawrence Okolie has stopped 11 of his 14 opponents inside the distance and eight of those successes have come inside the first three rounds of the contest. Opponent Nikodem Jeżewski has never been beaten in his career, but he has never fought anyone with Okolie’s punching power and talent and he has taken this fight on at short notice. It is also worth noting that in the one ‘No Contest’ on his record, Jezewski was stopped in the third round though. Okolie could make quick work of him here.