Anthony Joshua prepares to defend his heavyweight titles against former undisputed cruiserweight champion Oleksandr Usyk on Saturday September 25, 2021. Punters have gone mad in the last few days and bookmakers are offering tons enhanced odds and special promotions for new and existing customers on the heavyweight fight (eg. 25/1 Joshua to bet Usyk). These offers are the best way to make some profit on the boxing fight. Let's take a look at the best "Anthony Joshua to win" odds and price boosts!
Anthony Joshua became a household name in the U.K., having routinely sold out stadiums in England. Joshua's IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight titles will be at stake when he is challenged by Usyk at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium next Saturday and for all the punters fancying AJ to win there are plenty of betting offers to grab.
Anthony Joshua Enhanced Odds
Ready for the heavyweight fight of the year? Anthony Joshua puts his world titles on the line next Saturday night against Oleksandr Usyk. And new customers to William Hill can get an amazing 25/1 for the three-belt world heavyweight champion to win the bout.
If you are looking for a bigger payout, William Hill are also offering a whopping 60/1 boost on AJ to win in rounds 1-6. Will the Anthony Joshua vs Oleksandr Usyk fight end so early?
Anthony Joshua To Win vs Usyk Betting Odds
According to the best betting sites, Anhony Joshua is the favorite at 2/5 with Betfred. The former undisputed cruiserweight champion Oleksandr Usyk currently sits as a 12/5 underdog with Bet365, despite being undefeated.
The odds on the judges scoring the contest a draw are a massive 25/1 with Betfred.
The last time AJ stepped up in the boxing ring, against Kubrat Pulev last December, he was deserving victor with a knock-out (KO) in the ninth round. Joshua is now 15/1 to win against Usyk in the ninth round and is 11/10 at Betfair to win by a KO, technical knock-out (TKO) or disqualification.
Paddy Power offer 4/6 for the match to go the distance.
Anthony Joshua to win by unanimous decision is available at around 4/1, while Joshua to win by split or majority decision is backable at around 8/1.
Many other betting markets are avaible, including Request-A-Bet markets. Eg.
- Oleksandr Usyk to be knocked down 2 or more times @ 21/10
- Oleksandr Usyk to have a point deducted @ 15/2
- Both Fighters to be knocked down and either Fighter wins by KO/TKO @ 17/2
- Anthony Joshua to be knocked down and Anthony Joshua to win by KO/TKO @ 9/1
- Anthony Joshua to be knocked down in Rounds 1-6 and then win in Rounds 7-12 @ 12/1
- Both Fighters to be knocked down and Anthony Joshua to win in Rounds 10-12 @ 25/1
- Anthony Joshua to win by Majority Decision @ 28/1
- Anthony Joshua to win by Split Decision @ 22/1
and many more...
You can find all these Anthony Joshua vs Oleksandr Usyk odds specials at Betfair and Paddy Power:
When Will The Fight End?
Another popular betting market is reletated to total rounds, round betting and when the bout will end. Below we list the match odds:
- Fight to end in Round 1-3 @ 17/2
- Fight to end in Round 4-6 @ 5/1
- Fight to end in Round 7-9 @ 4/1
- Fight to end in Round 10-12 @ 11/2
- Over 8.5 Total Rounds @ 17/20
- Under 8.5 Total Rounds @ 6/5
- Anthony Joshua to Win in Round 1-6 @ 10/3
- Anthony Joshua to Win in Round 7-12 @ 13/5
- Anthony Joshua to Win in Round 1-3 @ 9/1
- Anthony Joshua to Win in Round 1-2 @ 16/1
Who will fight Anthony Joshua next?
Anthony Joshua will next defend his IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight titles against Oleksandr Usyk, live on Sky Sports Box Office on September 25. The Ukrainian is AJ's WBO mandatory challenger, who sits at the front of queue of challengers who could also become potential hurdles to crowning the division's true No 1.
Oleksandr Usyk, like Joshua, is a London 2012 gold medalist. Nicknamed ‘The Cat’, the 34-year-old has claimed 18 straight wins as a professional so far. He dominated at cruiserweight, winning the Muhammad Ali Trophy and unifying the division before moving up to heavyweight.
In the heavyweight division, Usyk has beaten both Chazz Witherspoon and Derek Chisora (by unanymous decision).
Should Anthony Joshua beat Olekandr Usyk, the British boxer is expected to have his long-awaited showdown with WBC champion Tyson Fury (who will have his third fight against Deontay Wilder next month) to determine an undisputed champion.
Anthony Joshua free bets & betting offers
Both the most estabilished bookmakers and the new betting sites in the UK know that any AJ fight is surely to generate a big hype and likely to be a huge betting event. That means there are plenty of unmissable Joshua vs Usyk new customer offers and free bets.
Match Bonuses are offered to new customers and are essentially free bets that match the amount of your first deposit.
Bet-and-Get Free Bets
This usually offers you a number of free bets in return for the initial bet you place after signing up. “Bet £5 on Joshua vs Usyk to get £20 in free bets” or "Bet £10 on the fight to get £50 in free bets" would be typical examples.
Risk-Free Bet Offers
This type of betting offer is ideal if you want to wager on the Joshua vs Usyk fight. Typically you have to sign up and you can then make a bet up to a specified amount. If your bet wins, you will collect your winnings. If you are a loser, you will receive a refund up to that amount. Basically, you are betting on Anthony Joshua vs Oleksandr Usyk with no risk attached.
Who is Anthony Joshua?
Joshua is a 2012 Olympic gold medalist at super heavyweight representing Great Britain and is the unified world heavyweight champion. He has won 24 and lost one of his 25 bouts as a pro boxer, including the first 22 fights. His only loss came at the hands of Mexican boxer Andy Ruiz Jr. in his first and only fight in the United States os America. The Brit avenged the loss later in 2019 with a unanimous decision
AJ possesses the looks, power, skill and an innate charisma that makes him a global attraction. He has a massive social media following with 17 million followers across Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
The highlight of Joshua’s career came in April 2017, when in front of a British-record of 90,000 people at Wembley Stadium in London, he recorded an epic 11th-round knockout of Wladimir Klitschko.