Step by Step Guide to Boxing Betting

1. Go to www.betxchange.co.za

2. If you already have an account with BetXchange click Login, if not click Register an account and fill in the correct details.

3. Remember you can only start your boxing betting if you have funds in your account, so before you begin, click on My Account and Deposit in order to do so. You will now be able to begin your boxing betting.

4. Once you’re on the Dashboard and would like to place a boxing bet, click on Boxing, which can be found either on the left hand column or under the top navigation bar.

5. You will now be on a page with various options of the Boxing matches you can bet on:
Todays Events – none at present.

Current Events – these are currently N’Dam N’Kikan vs Mendy, Tete vs Gonzalez, Rigondeaux vs Dickens, Rodriguez vs Williams, Lemieux vs De La Rosa, Mendy vs Kasmi, Vitu vs Varon, Flanagan vs Mathews, Braehmer vs Gutknecht, Martinez vs Berchelt, Judah vs Torres and Mares vs Montiel.

If you click through to each one on the BetXchange screen you will be able to see the current boxing betting odds.

Future and Outright Events – these are currently:
Manny Pacquiao v Timothy Bradley, Keith Thurman v Shawn Porter, Luke Campbell v Gary Sykes, Hughie Fury v Nagy Aguilera, Chris Eubank Jnr v Nick Blackwell, Kell Brook v Kevin Bizier, Jose Pedraza v Stephen Smith, Robert Easter v Algenis Mendez, Adrien Broner v Ashley Theophane, Liam Williams v Navid Mansouri, Scott Cardle v Sean Dodd, Rocky Fielding v Christopher Rebrasse, Callum Smith v Hadillah Mohoumadi, Brian Rose v Matthew Macklin, James DeGale v Rogelio Medina, Anthony Joshua v Charles Martin, Oscar Valdez v Evgeny Gradovich, Gilberto Ramirez v Arthur Abraham, McJoe Arroyo v Jerwin Ancajas, Errol Spence v Chris Algieri, Roman Gonzalez v McWilliams Arroyo, Gennady Golovkin v Dominic Wade, Saul Alvarez v Amir Khan, and Kell Brook v Amir Khan.

By clicking through to each one on the BetXchange screen you will be able to see the current boxing betting odds for each match.

6. Let’s say for example you are interested in placing a boxing bet on the Manny Pacquiao versus Timothy Bradley bout which takes place on the 9th April 2016. Click on Manny Pacquiao versus Timothy Bradley, you will now be directed to a screen which looks like this:

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7. In the Manny Pacquiao versus Timothy Bradley match, you have the option of betting either Pacquiao to win with boxing betting odds of 7/20,  Bradley to win with boxing betting odds of 23/10 or a draw with boxing betting odds of 25/1. Check the box of the Boxer you choose to place your bets on and click on either BET, MPL or SMPL.

The three blue buttons on the right hand side are where you place your boxing bets.
BET – This is for a single boxing bet (Only one can be chosen per market)
MPL – This is for a multiple boxing bet
SMPL – This is for a special multiple boxing bet

8. The right hand side drop down menu “View odds as:” is where you are able to choose either decimal or fractional boxing betting odds. I like to work on fractional odds so have chosen this option.

9. I have chosen Bradley win and clicked on single BET. My boxing betting slip then appears as such:

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Therefore with a R1000 bet I stand a chance at total winnings of R2250.00 should Bradley win the fight.
*For more detailed information on what is deemed as a qualified bet, read BetXchanges terms and conditions on boxing betting.
10. Once you click the blue submit button, you will now see this message as confirmation on your screen:

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11.  Your ticket will now appear in the betting slip on the right hand side of your screen, which is where all your bets will appear.

12. All you have to do now is sit back and enjoy the boxing match!

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