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ARLINGTON, TX - JANUARY 19:  Boxers Manny Pacquiao (L) and Joshua Clottey (R) pose for photos with Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys, at Cowboys Stadium on January 19, 2010 in Arlington, Texas.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
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Alan ThomsonCorrespondent IOctober 15, 2016

The odds listed are what are known as “money line” odds.

As an example, Glen Johnson is listed as -210 against Yusaf Mack, who is +170.

The fighter with the negative sign is the favorite. In this example, if you were betting on Glen Johnson to win, you would have to bet $210 in order to get a $100 payoff.

If betting on Yusaf Mack, you would be paid $170 on a $100 wager.

So Johnson is a 2.1-to-1 favorite to win and Mack is a 1.7-to-1 underdog


March 13, 2010  

Manny Pacquiao -365

Joshua Clottey +285


May 1, 2010

Floyd Mayweather -260

Shane Mosley +200


If fight takes place in 2010

Floyd Mayweather  -130

Manny Pacquiao even


April 3, 2010

Bernard Hopkins -350

Roy Jones Jr. +275


March 6, 2010

Arthur Abraham -175

Andre Dirrell +140


April 17, 2010

Mikkel Kessler -170

Carl Froch +140


March 20, 2010

Wladimir Klitschko  -800

Eddie Chambers  +500


Feb. 5, 2010

Glen Johnson -210

Yusaf Mack +170


Feb. 6, 2010

Tomasz Adamek -500

Jason Estrada +300


Feb. 6, 2010

Edwin Valero -500

Antonio DeMarco +300


All odds are as posted on on Feb. 4, 2010


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