Johannesburg, South Africa – When Saturday’s title fight was first announced a month ago, the challenger, Danny Henry was seen as the favourite over the champion, Igeu Kabesa, on BetXchange.com. Now with only a few days to go to the first event of the year, the full EFC 57 fight card odds have officially been released.
A month out, Henry was the favourite, but now the champ and challenger are at even money.
In the highly anticipated heavyweight clash between Zimbabwe’s Elvis Moyo and South Africa’s Michael Vermeulen, it is the South African that is a massive underdog.
Fans looking to bet on these odds should bet early at BetXchange.com as they may be subject to change over time in the build-up to fight night.
The opening odds for all the bouts are are:
Kabesa vs Henry – Even at 17/20 vs 17/20
Moyo vs Vermeulen – Moyo the favourite at 4/10 vs 16/10
Van Staden vs Holley – Even at 17/20 vs 17/20
Mostert vs Mustard – Mostert the favourite 6/10 vs 12/10
Roodman vs Georgiev – Georgiev the favourite at 11/10 vs 7/10
Botha vs Mnikathi – Pierre Botha 5/10 vs 15/10
Seabi vs Basambombo – Seabi the favourite at 6/10 vs 12/10
Kanyeba vs Ossoko – Kanyeba the favourite at 5/10 vs 15/10
Hassan vs Cronje – Cronje the favourite at 14/10 vs 11/20
Djembo vs Kennedy– Djembo the favourite at 6/10 vs 12/10
Masunyane vs Biko – Masunyane the favourite at 6/10 vs 12/10
Bets van be made live at the BetXchange.com counter throughout the night at EFC venues, plus fans can make use of BetXchange.com’s Mobi website, giving customers the full BetXchange.com range on a mobile platform allowing bets to be placed from any set inside the venue or at home. BetXchange.com also offers the option of betting on the method of victory.
BetXchange.com is a leading sports betting company with over 10 000 betting options as well as an online app. Bets can be placed on all bouts at the BetXchange.com stand at EFC events from as little as R1/visit www.BetXchange.com or call 011 712 4610 for more information.
EFC 57: Kabesa vs Henry 2, presented by www.BetXchange.com on Saturday 4 March 2017 at Carnival City, Johannesburg. Tickets are on sale at www.computicket.com, and the 5 main card bouts will be broadcast live on kwesesports.com (Sub-Saharan Africa), Kwesé Free Sports (Kenya & Rwanda) and live in South Africa on SABC 3 starting at 21:00 (CAT). Full broadcast details available on www.efcworldwide.com.