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Deontay Wilder vs Joseph Parker Odds: ‘The Bronze Bomber’ Heavily Favored To Knock Out Joseph Parker – originally posted on Sportslens.com

The latest Deontay Wilder vs Joseph Parker odds suggest that ‘The Bronze Bomber’ is heavily favored to defeat Joseph Parker in their ‘Day Of Reckoning’ co-main event. Wilder will be looking for an emphatic performance to end the year, before a potentially huge fight with Anthony Joshua in 2024.

Who Is Favorite To Win The Wilder vs Parker Fight?

Boxing fans are in for a treat this weekend as ‘Day Of Reckoning’ takes centre stage in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Anthony Joshua is of course the main event, with several high-calibre fights on the undercard too.

The undercard doesn’t get any bigger than Deontay Wilder vs Joseph Parker in the co-main event. This fight is one of the most compelling on the card, with Wilder looking to secure a 43rd knockout victory to set up a fight with ‘AJ’ next year.

The Wilder vs Parker fight is a 12 rounder at heavyweight and is one of the most competitive on the entire ‘Day Of Reckoning’ card, despite the best US sportsbooks heavily favoring ‘The Bronze Bomber’.

There are various different betting markets for boxing fans to bet on prior to Saturday night. Take a look at BetOnline’s extensive site and find a market that is perfect for you ahead of the bout.

Some markets include method of victory, knockdowns, round betting and fight outright amongst other markets. Already claimed the Deontay Wilder vs Joseph Parker betting offers? Take a look and claim the best sportsbook free bets from our various partners.

Check out the chart below for the best Deontay Wilder vs Joseph Parker odds from BetOnline, one of the best offshore sportsbooks.

  • Deontay Wilder to Win: -650
  • Deontay Wilder to Win by KO/TKO: -400
  • Deontay Wilder to Win by Decision: +600
  • Joseph Parker to Win: +425
  • Joseph Parker to Win by KO/TKO: +1000
  • Joseph Parker to Win by Decision: +700
  • Draw: +2200

Implied probability:

  • Deontay Wilder – 86.7%
  • Joseph Parker – 19%
  • Deontay Wilder KO – 80%
  • Joseph Parker KO – 9.1%
  • Deontay Wilder pts – 14.3%
  • Joseph Parker pts – 12.5%
  • Draw – 4.3%

Note: Odds are correct at the time of publication and are subject to change

Deontay Wilder vs Joseph Parker Odds

As you can see with the above prices, Deontay Wilder is the overriding favorite to defeat Joseph Parker.

This is a fight that Deontay Wilder is expected to win, therefore it comes as no surprise that he is the overriding -650 favorite with the best boxing betting apps. This of course means Joseph Parker is the underdog at odds of +425 with the best offshore sportsbooks, despite being a former world champion too.

Wilder to win by knockout is the most likely outcome (-400), with the Alabama heavyweight winning the fight via decision (+600) seen as the next most likely outcome for ‘The Bronze Bomber’. Price-setters feel that if Wilder is to win the bout, it will more than likely be via stoppage.

Overall, judging by these odds, there is a 76.7% chance that Deontay Wilder reigns supreme and hands Joseph Parker the fourth defeat of his professional boxing career. American boxing fans will be hopeful this is the case, setting up a tantalizing bout with Anthony Joshua in 2024.

There is just a 19% implied probability chance that Joseph Parker upsets the apple cart and becomes just the second man to defeat ‘The Bronze Bomber’. However, it wouldn’t be the first time a betting underdog proved the sportsbooks wrong and defied their odds.

Given the implied probability and moneyline odds, it seems that Deontay Wilder is on paper a relatively heavy favorite to be victorious on Saturday night at ‘Day Of Reckoning’. The value in backing the American juggernaut isn’t great, but selected boxing props could provide better odds for bettors.

Tuning into an Deontay Wilder vs Joseph Parker live stream courtesy of BetOnline is the best option for boxing fans wanting to watch this compelling ‘Day Of Reckoning’ card totally free of charge. This Day Of Reckoning free online stream is also ideal for US boxing fans.

Be sure to claim the various sports betting apps bonuses and boxing free bets available on the SportsLens site.

Deontay Wilder vs Joseph Parker – Fight Info

  •  Boxing Fight: Deontay Wilder vs Joseph Parker
  • 📊 Records: Deontay Wilder (43-2-1, 42 KO’s) | Joseph Parker (33-3, 23 KO’s)
  • 📅 Date: Saturday, December 23, 2023
  • 🕛 Fight Start Time: Approx. 2:30PM EST
  • 🏆 Titles: N/A
  • 📺 TV Channel: DAZN PPV
  •  🏟  Venue: Kingdom Arena | Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  • 🎲 Fight Odds: Wilder -650 | Parker +425

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Title: Deontay Wilder vs Joseph Parker Odds: ‘The Bronze Bomber’ Heavily Favored To Knock Out Joseph Parker
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Published Date: Fri, 22 Dec 2023 12:37:38 +0000

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Tiger Woods missed the PGA Championship cut but his legacy played on

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Tiger Woods has always played to win. Since turning professional in 1996, he has won 82 tournaments, including 15 major championships. Perhaps, more astonishing than the victories and majors is the 142-event made cut streak that lasted over a seven-year period from 1998 to 2005, when he was the most dominant golfer that the game has ever seen.

Woods never said he was the greatest. He didn’t need to. “There is no sense in going to a tournament if you don’t believe that you can win it,” he once said.

Yet, coming into the PGA Championship at the Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Kentucky, Woods was circumspect about his chances of hoisting his fifth Wanamaker Trophy. Asked about the state of his game, he admitted that he was rusty and that the barrage of injuries had taken a toll on his body. “I can still hit shots,” he said on Tuesday. “It’s getting around is more of the difficulty that I face day-to-day and the recovery of pushing myself either in practice or in competition days.”

When the tournament began on Thursday, Woods, who was making his 23rd appearance in the PGA Championship, performed like the part-time player that he has become over the last several years. On his way to a 1-over par 72, the 48-year-old World Golf Hall of Famer hit a smattering of good shots but hardly kept pace in a first round that saw a record 64 players shoot under par scores.

“It’s just the competitive flow,” he said after the round. “It took me probably three holes to get back into competitive flow again and get a feel for hitting the ball out there in competition, adrenaline, temperatures, green speeds. These are all things that normally I adjust to very quickly, and it just took me a few holes to get into it.”

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Tiger Woods holds the Wanamaker Trophy after winning the 82nd PGA Championship on Aug. 20, 2000, at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Kentucky.

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By Friday afternoon, the tournament had been temporarily upstaged by the early morning arrest of Scottie Scheffler, the game’s No. 1 ranked player, for allegedly disobeying a police officer’s order at the entrance to the Valhalla Golf Club. Looking invincible like the Woods of old, Scheffler settled down after the shock of being handcuffed and hauled off to jail to shoot a 5-under par 66 to go into the weekend with a chance to win his second major of the year after taking the Masters last month. As Scheffler went off to answer questions about spending time in a Louisville holding cell, Woods was starting his round and would need a good one to avoid missing just his 15th cut in 93 major appearances.

Starting his second round two shots off the projected cut of 1 under par, Woods went seven over par in his first four holes to guarantee that he would miss the cut. It’s hard to imagine a worst scenario for a player already battling competitive rust and old age in a game dominated by much younger players. Here he was looking ahead to the next tournament, the next opportunity to show that he could still play at next month’s U.S. Open at Pinehurst, but stuck for five hours on a golf course where he had solidified his legend 24 years earlier in an epic duel with Bob May at the 2000 PGA Championship.

Back then when Woods was in the morning of his career, he turned the Jack Nicklaus-designed Valhalla Golf Club into a theater with a two-act play and May as his benevolent antagonist. In the final round in 2000, they matched each other shot for shot, creating a drama unprecedented in televised golf history. Then in the three-hole aggregate playoff, Woods survived to win by one stroke. That victory at Valhalla was the third leg of the Tiger Slam, which climaxed when Woods won the 2001 Masters.

But these are different times in the game of golf. In 2000, the PGA Tour was in the beginning of a period of monumental growth as an outsized talent with a mixed racial heritage was transforming what had long been identified as a country club sport played mostly by white people. To many, Woods was the game and the PGA Tour was his home. Now, no longer the masterful player capable of holding your attention for hours on Sunday with his feats of excellence, Woods has become a senior statesman in the game and a defender of what he has helped to build in the sport over the last 30 years.

As the biggest name on both the PGA Tour Policy Board and the PGA Tour Enterprises Board, Woods has become one of the most powerful figures in negotiations between the PGA Tour and Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF), which funds LIV Golf. During what is turning out to be a slow and painful exit from competitive golf, Woods is helping to set the direction of the future of the game.

At Valhalla, he took on his new role.

“We’re trying to make the PGA TOUR the best it can be day-in and day-out,” he said Tuesday. “That’s one of the reasons why we have arguments and we have disagreements, but we want to do what’s best for everyone in golf and the TOUR.”

About the PGA Tour’s negotiations with LIV Golf, he said, “we’re making steps and it may not be giant steps, but we’re making steps.”

Easily missing the cut at the PGA Championship after a six-over par 77 on Friday, Woods didn’t take any steps toward reclaiming a place at the top of the pecking order of the best players. At Valhalla, he still commanded the biggest galleries like he did when he won there 24 years ago. Back then, he was looked upon by many as the savior of the game, who gave an inspiring and life-changing sermon on Sunday afternoons with his golf clubs.

That seemingly ubiquitous presence on Sundays is waning, but his star still shines brightly over these players still playing on the weekend on a stage he set for them.

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By: Farrell Evans
Title: Tiger Woods missed the PGA Championship cut but his legacy played on
Sourced From: andscape.com/features/tiger-woods-missed-the-pga-championship-cut-but-his-legacy-played-on/
Published Date: Sat, 18 May 2024 16:07:58 +0000

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Three Olympic All-Around Champions Headline U.S. Classic Field

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Gymnastics fans are in for a massive treat at the U.S. Classic this weekend in Hartford, where the three most recent Olympic all-around champions – Gabby Douglas (London 2012), Simone Biles (Rio 2016), and Sunisa Lee (Tokyo 2020) – will headline a field of 50 senior athletes that also includes Olympic and world medalists Skye Blakely, Jade Carey, Jordan Chiles, Kayla DiCello, Shilese Jones, Joscelyn Roberson, Leanne Wong, and Lexi Zeiss.

The U.S. Classic acts as the final chance to earn a spot at the U.S. national championships, but with nearly all of the athletes we’ll see here already qualified, this year’s competition will be more of a practice round for the more important meets in the lead-up to the Olympic Games, with both nationals and trials coming up over the next month.

With this in mind, I’d expect many of the top competitors to show up not fully prepared, but ready to tackle some of the routines they’re hoping will make them contenders for the team next month, but I also wouldn’t be surprised to see a few of them show up looking to make a statement with their readiness and ability to stun this early on. This tactic doesn’t always work, as we sometimes see the U.S. Classic winners not even make the major international teams they’re after, but the Olympic year is always a little different, and I think we’ll be in for a few big all-around treats this year as well.

My expectations will remain on the low side, however, as the U.S. Classic is typically where we also see the most uncharacteristic mistakes as athletes are often shaking off the dust and trying to fight through early season nerves while also sometimes attempting new skills that don’t always go as planned. But again, while this competition could work in favor for some of the athletes on the bubble of potentially being named to the Olympic team, a weak performance here will not count anyone out.

For the few who do need to qualify to nationals, senior gymnasts must earn a 51.000 all-around score, a 39.000 three-event score, or a 26.400 two-event score, while juniors must earn a 49.500 all-around score.

The U.S. Classic and the associated Hopes Championships will be held at the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut, beginning on May 17 with with the Hopes Championships and the junior women’s competition, and concluding on May 18 with two sessions of senior competition. Complete streaming details are available thanks to USA Gymnastics, and a full list of competitors is below.

SENIOR WOMEN
Simone Biles
Skye Blakely
Ly Bui
Jade Carey
Dulcy Caylor
Jordan Chiles
Chloe Cho
Norah Christian
Nicole Desmond
Kayla DiCello
Amelia Disidore
Gabby Douglas
Tatum Drusch
Reese Esponda
Addison Fatta
Kieryn Finnell
Jayla Hang
Cambry Haynes
Jazmyn Jimenez*
Madray Johnson
Shilese Jones
Katelyn Jong
Sunisa Lee
Myli Lew
Kaliya Lincoln
Eveylynn Lowe
Nola Matthews
Konnor McClain
Tayor McMahon*
Annalisa Milton
Malea Milton
Zoey Molomo
Marissa Neal
Jazlene Pickens*
Brooke Pierson
Hezly Rivera
Joscelyn Roberson
Simone Rose
Lacie Saltzmann*
Audrey Snyder*
Izzy Stassi*
Ashlee Sullivan
Tiana Sumanasekera
Trinity Thomas
Brynn Torry
Sabrina Visconti*
CaMarah Williams
Leanne Wong
Kelise Woolford*
Lexi Zeiss

*Not yet qualified to nationals

JUNIOR WOMEN
Harlow Buddendeck*
Charleigh Bullock
Lavi Crain
Ally Damelio
Celia Frith-Carvalho*
Sadie Goldberg*
Greta Krob*
Jaysha McClendon
Caroline Moreau
Claire Pease
Lila Richardson*
Alessia Rosa*
Kylie Smith
Maliha Tressel
Tyler Turner
Trinity Wood*

* Not yet qualified to nationals

HOPES 13-14
Iyla Adkins
Ashley Andrews
Elisabeth Antone
Tiraia Ballard
Brooke Bazan
Addison Blosser
Lyla Brewer
Emmy Cunningham
Eva Doherty
Mavie Fitzgerald
Alessandra Gaines
Blake Green
Leah Higgis
Isla Lazzari
Anslee McCauley
Annabel Melnyk
Amia Pugh-Banks
Quinlyn Rollins
Simone Seed
Ansley Stevens
Sage Stiggers
Finley Young
HOPES 11-12
Giana Carroll
Laynie Cotton
Alden Dante
Elsie Flores
Gillian Haddad
Avery Haines
Charlotte Henk
Hadassah Kahlig
Sapphire Martin
Amariah Moore
Jazzy Saravia
Mattie Mae Young

Article by Lauren Hopkins

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By: Lauren
Title: Three Olympic All-Around Champions Headline U.S. Classic Field
Sourced From: thegymter.net/2024/05/17/three-olympic-all-around-champions-headline-u-s-classic-field/
Published Date: Fri, 17 May 2024 08:53:53 +0000

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Century Scrambling to Fill Second 24H Spa Entry

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Century Motorsport has been left scrambling to find a replacement driver lineup for a second Bronze Cup entry for the CrowdStrike 24 Hours of Spa after the original driver combination fell through, according to team principal Nathan Freke.

In addition to its full-season Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe powered by AWS Endurance Cup effort for Darren Leung, Toby Sowery and reigning Formula E world champion Jake Dennis, Freke revealed to Sportscar365 that the team successfully managed to acquire a second entry for the Belgian endurance classic.

A four-man lineup, set to compete in Bronze Cup, had been in place as part of a deal agreed in December, only for plans to fall through at late notice.

“Basically, we pulled all sorts of strings to get an entry because it was full,” Freke said.

“At the last minute they basically bailed out because one of the drivers has got some business issues and they’ve sort of forfeited the entry.

“But the entry’s been paid and it’s in. So, just the fact we pulled so many strings to try and get an entry, it just seems a shame to forgo it, really.”

Freke stated that the team is pushing “full throttle” to ensure a two-car presence at Spa, with the aim of putting together another lineup eligible of competing in Bronze Cup.

Century is set to make its first outing in the 24H Spa, having won the British GT Championship with Leung and Dan Harper last year.

Former racer turned team principal Freke described Century’s participation in the event as “the next logical thing” after it has been a consistent presence in British GT since it debuted in 2009.

It ran Ginetta machinery in GT4 for the first number of years. After a first venture into GT3 with the British brand in 2017, it switched to running BMW a year later.

“It’s been on our to-do list for quite some time now,” Freke said about the 24H Spa.

“We obviously had a very successful last year. We did the GT World Challenge with Darren [Leung], and it just seemed like the time is right.

“We need to make that step, and we did Dubai at the start of the year. Obviously finished first in Pro-Am and third overall and it’s just the next logical thing for us to do.

“And I guess because I put some pressure on SRO to get the entry, A, I don’t want to lose face, and B, I don’t want to squander the opportunity because next time you do the same thing, it’s not going to swing your way probably, because you’ve already called your favours in, if you like.”

Although Century is debuting in the 24H Spa this year, Freke says the team will be banking on its experience in the Hankook 24H Dubai.

“We’ve done Dubai since 2016. We’ve run two cars regularly there, albeit not GT3s. We actually ran three cars in Dubai [this year] with two GT3s and a GT4.

“So structural-wise and logistics-wise, it’s something we’re not unused to. Yes, it’s a big undertaking, and yes, Spa is a more prestigious race, but ultimately, a 24-hour race is a 24-hour race.

“The objective is to keep the car reliable, keep the mechanicals running well, obviously keep the drivers out of any incidents and just do a tidy job on the rest of it.

“So from a team point of view, I think we’re more than ready for it.”

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By: Davey Euwema
Title: Century Scrambling to Fill Second 24H Spa Entry
Sourced From: sportscar365.com/sro/world-challenge-europe/century-scrambling-to-fill-second-24h-spa-entry/
Published Date: Thu, 16 May 2024 11:45:31 +0000

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