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Boxing Betting Rules
- When the bell sounds to begin the first round, the bout will be considered official for betting purposes, regardless of the scheduled length or title.
- If the scheduled length of the match is changed, all prior wagers on the number of rounds the bout will last will be graded as 'No Action'.
- Each round is three minutes in duration; a half-round is defined as ninety seconds.
- For wagering purposes, the disqualification of a boxer during a match will be counted as a knockout by his opponent.
- If the wagering offer on a match includes the draw as a third option and the match ends in a draw, wagers on the draw will be paid, while wagers on either fighter will be lost. If the wagering offer includes only the two boxers, with the draw either not offered or offered as a separate proposition, and the match ends in a draw, wagers on either fighter will be refunded.
- Unless otherwise specified, matches must go within thirty days of the scheduled date for wagers to have action.
- In situations not covered by the previous rules, the wagering decision announced by the Don Best Sports information service will be considered official and binding.
- Las Vegas wagering rules will be used for any situation not covered herein.
All major title fights.
Straight money line wagering as well as propositions on whether the fight will go a certain amount of rounds as predetermined on the day of the fight. Wagering until the sound of the bell for the first round.
Tyson -280 risk $280 to win $100 on Tyson
Holyfield +240 risk $100 to win $240 on Holyfield
Over 8 1/2 rounds +150 risk $100 to win $150
Under 8 1/2 rounds -170 risk $170 to win $100
8 1/2 rounds means 8 full rounds and ninety seconds.