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Boxing / MMA Parlay: Fists Full of Vengeance

Fans, Bettors Have Plenty to be Excited About

A trio of boxing events plus bare-knuckle boxing (BKFC) and UFC offer a ton of fights to get even the most bloodthirsty fan satiated. Going by the boxing picks, the main events are not going to be that close for the most part. But this still leaves plenty of room for exciting back-and-forth brawls that will thrill the fans. We parlay the five best matches.

As well explore a variety of MMA odds, boxing specials and other boxing odds here to win!

Super middleweight boxer David Benavidez poses on the scale - Steve Marcus/Getty Images/AFP
Super middleweight boxer David Benavidez poses on the scale - Steve Marcus/Getty Images/AFP

Best Boxing & MMA Matches to Parlay

Okolie (-1000) vs Light (+600)

  • Total: O 7½ (+105), U 7½ (-135)
  • Weight Class (Rounds): WBO Cruiserweight Championship, 200 lbs. (12 Rounds)
  • Day/Time: Saturday, March 25, 5:30 p.m. ET
  • Lawrence Okolie vs David Light Live stream: UFC Fight Pass

There is no stopping Lawrence Okolie (18-0-0, 14 KOs) as he barrels into a blockbuster bout with Richard Riakporhe. David Light (20-0-0, 12 KOs) is no slouch, but he’s outgunned here. He can’t stand toe-to-toe with Okolie or he gets starched. So he’ll look to hold him and “neutralize” him for as long as he can. But once Okolie gets a bead on him, it lights out for Mr. Light.

  • Pick: Under 7½ (-135)

Ramirez (-1000) vs Commey (+600)

  • Total: O 10½ (-300), U 10½ (+225)
  • Weight Class (Rounds): Junior Welterweight, 140 lbs (12 Rounds)
  • Day/Time: Saturday, March 25, 10:45 p.m. ET
  • Stream: ESPN

A title shot may be at stake when Jose Ramirez (27-1-0, 17 KOs) and Richard Commey (30-4-1, 27 KOs) meet. While most boxing picks favor Ramirez, it won’t be as easy of a fight as his wide lines indicate. Ramirez is huge at 140 pounds and may struggle to get down in weight. This in turn will make it hard for him to finish Commey, who is moving up.

  • Pick: Over 10½ (-300)

Benavidez (-370) vs Plant (+270)

  • Total: O 9½ (-115), U 9½ (-115)
  • Weight Class (Rounds): Interim WBO Super Middleweight Championship, 168 lbs (12 Rounds)
  • Day/Time: Saturday, March 25, 11:45 p.m. ET
  • Stream: Pay-per-view

As far as the Las Vegas odds are concerned, this one seems a bit wider than it should be. Fans and pundits alike are split on who wins between David Benavidez (26-0-0, 23 KOs) and Caleb Plant (22-1-0, 13 KOs). They hate each other and are training like this is an undisputed title fight. But these hotheads are not reckless and will try to outdo each other in a technical way. As such, the bout should hit the championship rounds.

  • Pick: Over 9½ (-115)

Hart (-400) vs Savage (+300)

  • Total: TBD
  • Weight Class (Rounds): Women’s Strawweight Championship, 115 lbs. (5 Rounds)
  • Day/Time: Friday, Mar. 24, 9:00 p.m. ET
  • Britain Hart vs Jenny Savage Live stream: Box Live

Anyone that can stand toe-to-toe with Christine Ferea and survive is an automatic winner by our books. Britain Hart (6-3-0, 2 KOs) is a veteran of BKFC, has fought Ferea twice, and owns victories over former UFC fighters like Bec Rawlings and Paige VanZant. She’s also bigger and tougher than Jenny “Savage” Clausius (3-1-0, 2 KOs) whose only loss is to her. Bet online on Hart to beat Savage again.

  • Pick: Britain Hart -400

Sandhagen (-170) vs Vera (+140)

  • Total: O 4½ (-155), U 4½ (+125)
  • Weight Class (Rounds): Bantamweight, 135 lbs. (5 Rounds)
  • Day/Time: Saturday, March 25, 9:15 p.m. ET
  • Live Stream: ESPN

The UFC has the perfect main event for its return to San Antonio, Texas Cory Sandhagen (15-4-0) and Marlon Vera (22-7-1) are savages and will put on a fast-paced fight. Both have at least 10 significant strikes exchanged per minute in their bouts with 12 combined knockouts. Between the two, though, Sandhagen is more tested and more prolific than Vera. He’s favored on the UFC lines rightfully and is the correct parlay piece.

  • Pick: Cory Sandhagen -170

Parlay: Hart, Okolie-Light Under, Ramirez-Commey Over, Benavidez-Plant Over, & Cory Sandhagen (+761)

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