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Boxing Guide: Why Ellie Scotney Is a Must-Bet to Retain Women’s Title

Ellie Scotney aims to secure an additional world championship to her existing collection when she competes against Segolene Lefebvre on Saturday, April 13, 2024, in Manchester for the junior women’s featherweight titles.

Scotney and Lefebvre will exchange leather for all the flowers; the boxing odds for the contest are live, and with that in mind, I’m here to assist you in finding the best boxing fight bets for this highly contested women’s championship bout.

Boxing Guide: Why Ellie Scotney Is a Must-Bet to Retain Women's Title
Boxing Guide: Why Ellie Scotney Is a Must-Bet to Retain Women's Title

 

Scotney vs Lefebvre Event Information

  • Date & Time: Saturday, April. 13, 2024 – 02:00 p.m. ET
  • Location: AO Arena, Manchester, UK
  • Promotion: Matchroom Boxing
  • Scheduled Bouts: 10
  • Scotney vs Lefebvre Live Stream:DAZN
  • Main Event Bout: Gill vs. Barrett
  • Co-Main Event Bout: Scotney vs. Lefebvre
  • Moneyline Probability: Scotney – 2% (-1429) Lefebvre – 8% (+729)

 

Scotney vs Lefebvre Betting Odds

Scotney vs Lefebvre: Fighter Previews

Ellie Scotney

In the summer of 2023, the Catford boxer won her first world championship by defeating Cherneka Johnson, and she dedicated her victory to her grandmother. Currently, her goal is to achieve the title of unified champion in the super-bantamweight division, with a strong determination to attain uncontested status.

Scotney receives training under the guidance of Shane McGuigan and with notable teammates such as Caroline Dubois, Chris Billam-Smith, and Adam Azim. She has shown exceptional boxing prowess against all her opponents, and there are no indications of her relenting.

Winning this weekend wouldn’t just be another victory in front of a home crowd, but it would get her closer to obtaining all four 122lbs titles and undisputed status. She’s the clear online betting favorite to take this bout.

 

 

Segolene “Majestic” Lefebvre

France’s Lefebvre (18-0, 1KO) has always been committed to competing for a secondchampionship. The 30-year-old from Douai, around 2 ½ hours north of Paris, promptly accepted the conditions whenfirst offered the chance to confront Scotney from Catford.

The French champion previously claimed the WBO championship in November 2021 after a ten-round unanimous decision victory over Paulette Valenzuela. After successfully defending her title once, the WBO rejected a plea for an exemption due to injury in late 2022 and took away her championship. Deborah Anahi Dionysius won the title but was notably defeated by Lefebvre on April 29 in her hometown of Douai.

 

 

Scotney vs Lefebvre The Tale of the Tape

Scotney
Lefebvre
UK
Country
France
26
Age 
30
8-0-0
Pro Record
18-0-0
0
KOs
1
5’4” 
Height 
5’6” 
W/W/W/W/W
Win/Loss (Last 5)
W/W/W/W/W
WBO
Championship Titles
WBC
Orthodox
Stance
Orthodox

 

Scotney vs Lefebvre: Co-Main Event Breakdown & Analysis

Scotney is a skilled and agile fighter with exceptional versatility, remarkable endurance, and outstanding precision in choosing her shots. Oppositely, Lefebvre remains rather unfamiliar and uncertain.

Although the French woman holds a world championship, only a limited amount of footage is available for in-depth analysis. Based on the little footage I have seen, it is evident for boxing betting fans that she lacks technical proficiency and, more importantly, experience versus a higher level of opposition. Ultimately, it seems as if it’s Scotney’s fight to lose, as the mastery of the sweet science unquestionably favors the hometown favorite.

 

The Best Boxing Betting Pick: Scotney To Win On Points [-500]

The Vegas boxing odds aren’t leaving much to our imagination this weekend, with Scotney entering with an eye-watering -1429 moneyline price.

These boxers lack power in their shown talents. Scotney has gone the distance in all eight of her pro contests, while Lefebvre has achieved just one knockout out of her 18 bouts. This clash features two undefeated fighters, but similar to the women’s bout before it, the winner will most likely need to perform at her highest level for the full 10 rounds to secure the championship belts, as a KO/TKO is highly unlikely.

Without question, Scotney is the most probable one to display her optimal performance. Except for the Guanini fight, in which a cut and a points deduction made it a tight contest, no other boxer has come close to beating her. Lefebvre is average at best, and Scotney has a far greater potential for success in the long run, and the sportsbook odds clearly back this up.

Unfortunately, the juice is unavoidable in this contest. Still, when all is said and done, Scotney will take a unanimous decision on the scorecards and add another piece of gold to her resume.

 

  • Scotney has never won a pro bout via KO/TKO
  • Lefebvre has won just one of her 18 pro bouts via KO/TKO
  • Scotney is undefeated (8-0)
  • Lefebvre is undefeated (18-0)
  • Lefebvre has never fought outside of her home country of France

 

Potential Bets from a Scotney Win by :

 

 

Questions Of The Day

What Championship Title Can Scotney Win This Weekend?


The IBF Super-Bantamweight champion Ellie Scotney will defend her title and hope to win the WBO belt from Segolene Lefebvre.

Can Scotney Beat Lefebvre By Knockout?


While anything is possible in professional boxing, the likelihood of a knockout win for Scotney is doubtful, as all eight of her professional career wins have come by decision, and Lefebvre has never lost or been stopped via KO/TKO.

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