Not long to go now until round 1 tonight. Lets take a look at the David Lemieux vs Stevens odds before that first bell goes.
Lemieux vs Stevens Odds
The bookmakers tend to think that Lemieux is a slight favorite in this one and perhaps rightly so.
But if anything in last week’s boxing action teaches us via Tony Bellew’s upset win over David Haye, nothing is ever certain in this crazy sport.
Fighters can get injured, caught cold, tire or what have you. So many variables go into previewing a fight and trying to take a look at it from every angle.
Lets look first at the Lemieux vs Stevens odds on either guy just to win the fight by any means:
(All odds via Oddschecker.com and are subject to change)
As you can see Lemieux is a warm favorite.
But both men are in supreme condition – possibly Stevens looking slightly better at the weight yesterday of the two.
If Stevens turns up at his best, there is no reason why he can’t win the fight. At 3/1 some might find value in the above.
But if he was to win the fight you’d imagine it would have to be inside the distance.
Lemieux could also close the show inside the 12 rounds mind you, but also outbox Stevens over the 12 rounds potentially too.
Here’s what you’d get on either guy to do so in the Lemieux vs Stevens odds as pertaining to method of victory: