It’s a special night of British boxing and Ladbrokes a joining the party with blockbuster KO offer!
Anthony Joshua is not the only heavyweight on show in Liverpool with the bookmaker sending a heavyweight offer to accompany what promises to be an action-packed night of championship boxing.
And whether you are backing Repeat or Revenge in the main event between Nathan Cleverly and Tony Bellew we have a tempting enhanced treble just for you…
But at Ladbrokes News it’s time to get off the fence and back England to come out on top in their battles with Wales, Mexico and Japan respectively with Bellew, James DeGale and Scott Quigg all backed for knockout wins at 14/1.
Here’s why you should take advantage of this championship offer…
It’ll be bombs away for the Bomber in front of his home fans as he attempts to exact revenge for his previous defeat to Cleverly back in 2011.
The Liverpudlian has always been known as a big puncher but at this new heavier weight he has been destructive, producing two devastating knockout wins in his last two bouts.
If his Welsh opponent is feeling any effects of his demolition at the hands of Sergey Kovalev then Bellew could take full advantage with his power.
The 2008 Olympic gold medallist arguably has the hardest job in trying to knockout Marco Antonio Periban of our three selections with the Mexican never having been stopped in his 23-fight career.
The 30-year-old is coming into his fight without a win in three after two decision defeats to J’Leon Love and Sakio Bika, while he went all the way in a draw with Badou Jack.
But DeGale is now injury free and showing signs of the power we all know he posses after three straight knockout defeats, including his brilliant performance against the previously unbeaten Brandon Gonzales at Wembley Stadium on the undercard of Carl Froch v Geroge Groves II.
The Bury fighter is another man on a mission to get the big fights and standing in his way is Japanese star Hidenori Otake.
On paper, the 33-year-old visitor, who has never been stopped, should provide a decent test for Quigg but the WBA champion, like DeGale, comes into this bout on the back of three straight TKO wins.
Quigg is a big man at super-bantamweight and will hold the advantage against his slighter opponent. The 26-year-old is another Joe Gallagher-trained star who whacks to the body and it would be no surprise to see him wear down his Japanese opponent and pick up a fourth straight stoppage win.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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