Fans could be especially keen to bet on the Sayed vs. Sebeko and Madge vs. Muyambo bouts. Former champion Don ‘Magic Man’ Madge is the heavy favourite against the young Regis Muyambo, plus Cape Town’s Irshaad Sayed is the heavy favourite in his bout with Johannesburg’s Oumpie ‘Lion Heart’ Sebeko. Cape Town’s Muay Thai veterans are leading the odds in their hometown.
BetXchange.com has set two more fights with the possibility of doubling your stake or more. Marcel ‘Little Hammer’ Teniers and Pupanga Tresor, both from Cape Town walk in as big 2/1 under-dogs. Teniers, a popular athlete in his hometown, is facing England’s Joe Cummins making his EFC debut. Tresor, originally from the DRC is up against Chris Bright prodigy Cameron Pritchard from Port Elizabeth.
Odds on the night’s top five bouts are as follows:
Groenewald vs. van Zyl – van Zyl the favourite at 14/10 vs. 5/10
Drotschie vs. Maphutha – Drotschie the favourite at 7/10 vs. 1/1.
Madge vs. Muyambo – Madge the favourite at 1/8 vs. 9/2.
Dalcha vs. Bahati– Bahati the favourite at 1/1 vs. 7/10.
Sayed vs. Sebeko – Sayed the favourite at 1/10 vs. 5/1.
Fight fans can bet live at the venue for the first time at Grand West or make use of BetXchange.com’s MOBI site, giving customers the full BetXchange.com range on a mobile platform, allowing bets to be placed from anywhere in the world, plus can open accounts at the BetXchange.com counter throughout the night. BetXchange.com also offers the option of betting on the Method of Victory for all bouts and Round Betting on the Main Fight.
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