Okay boxing enthusiasts and betting enthusiasts, with only one’real’ title fight going down in the U.S. this coming week and a known name bout also taking place, you may be receiving the’big name’ pairings you would probably like to view, but that surely doesn’t mean that you won’t have your share of opportunities to potentially cash in using winning wager.

With one enormous title bout and another battle which resembles a prelude to another championship bout only waiting to occur, both may prove to be meaningful affairs for the respective winners, let’s find out who’s in activity and which fighters are appearing good against their boxing chances.

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Rey Vargas (33-0, 22 KOs) vs. Tomoki Kameda (36-2)
When: July 13 2019,
Where: Carson, Calif..
Vargas and kameda will square off at a 12-round battle for Vargas’ WBC junior featherweight title. Tomokia Kameda stands 5’7″ woth a 66-inch reach. The 27-year-old from Japan has won five struggles including a unanimous decision win over Abigail Medina in November. Rey Vargas stands 5’71/2″ with a 70-inch reach. The 28-year-old from Mexico has never been defeated and enters that this bout win over Franklin Manzanilla in February.

“I think both he and I’ve changed in a lot of things, the expert rankings are distinct and the struggle will likely be different, but the outcome is going to be exactly the same, we will win because our ability to correct is much better as the battle progresses,” Vargas told reporters lately.

Tomoki Kameda when they were amateurs in Mexico was defeated by vargas and I’m going with the champ to get it done again, though I am not anticipating a cakewalk triumph by any stretch of the imagination. Vargas has never been defeated and I expect him to problem-solve his way into the unanimous decision win, although kameda is an excellent fighter.

Boxing Betting Pick: Rey Vargas Via Unanimous Choice

Diego De La Hoya (21-0. 10 KOs) vs. Ronny Rios (30-3, 14 KOs)
When: July 13 2019,
Where: Carson, Calif..
Both of these featherwieghts will square off at a 12 round battle on Saturday. Ronny Rios stands 5’6″ with a 70-inch reach. The 29 year-old from California comes into this bout win over Deivi Julio Bass in December after dropping to Rey Vargas in his bout. Diego De La Hoya stand 5’6″ with a 68-inch reach. The 24-year-old California native and cousin of 10-time world champion Oscar de La Hoya comes in to this bout off a seventh round retirement win over Jose Salgado in June of 2018.

This bout is obviously set up as a stepping stone matchup for the talented De La Hoya and it resembles a routing event only waiting to happen seeing as De La Hoya is the younger, stronger and quicker fighter in this event, and of course the fact that he’s never been beaten. De La Hoya wins via decision, seeing as he certainly doesn’t have the strength of his kin that is famous.

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