Wilder vs Washington Odds Review
Feb 24 2017 4:26 PM

Wilder vs Washington Odds Review – Rocky Marciano once said that there was no greater feeling in the world than walking down the street knowing you’re the heavyweight champion of the world. This Saturday night WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder (37-0) is defending his belt against undefeated challenger Gerald Washington (18-0-1) in Birmingham, Alabama as the main event of the Premier Boxing Champions on FOX.

Washington is stepping in on short notice as Wilder was originally scheduled to face Polands’s Andrzej Wawrzyk (33-1) but the once-beaten challenger tested positive for a banned PED. Wilder last fought on July 16th when he stopped Chris Arreola in 8 rounds but he sustained a broken right hand and injured his right bicep and has been on the shelf ever since. As for Washington, we last saw him on that same card July 16th when he scored a fourth round stoppage win over Ray Austin.

Check out analyst Frank Lotierzo’s take on Wilder vs Washington right here.

 

Wilder vs Washington Odds Review

The complete Premier Boxing Champions card features eleven fights in all and three of the fights are getting attention at the sports books. Check out more details in this latest TBC Odds Review.

Legacy Arena – Birmingham, Alabama – Fox – Saturday
Heavyweight 12 rounds –
Gerald Washington +1300
Deontay Wilder -2150

Super Welterweight 12 rounds –
Tony Harrison +158
Jarrett Hurd -180

Heavyweight 12 rounds –
Dominic Breazeale +215
Izuagbe Ugonoh -255

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Wilder vs Washington Odds Review

Former USC football player Gerald Washington challenges for the WBC world heavyweight title this Saturday night in Birmingham.

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