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Our picks for George Kambosos v Devin Haney Card

June 4, 2022

Our picks for George Kambosos v Devin Haney Card

The long-awaited blockbuster match-up between George Kambosos Jr and Devin Haney for all the lightweight belts is less than 24 hours away.

While Kambosos initially missed weight, he spent another hour-and-a-half to make the championship limit. He is certain it didn’t affect him.

It’s probably the toughest match-up to pick, but here’s our list for tomorrow’s bouts:


George Kambosos Jr v Devin Haney; lightweight

As I said it’s a difficult bout to pick and Aussies will be disappointed with my selection but I think Kambosos’ reign ends after a short stint as the “emperor”.

Haney is at $1.64 whereas Kambosos sits at $2.35. I think that properly reflects the value of both fighters and a smart bet is Haney on the money line because he should earn a decision victory but a late TKO is on the cards.

Our Pick
  • Another Kambosos upset wouldn’t be unsurprising but the extra time having to make weight could play a factor both mentally and physically. – BET HERE

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Jason Maloney vs. Aston Palicte; Bantamweight

A good match-up for Jason Maloney in Australia, a relatively easy pick here, Maloney will get the win on his way to earning another title shot.

Our Pick
  • A good value bet is Moloney by KO/TKO at $3.05. – BET HERE

Junior Fa vs. Lucas Browne; Heavyweight

This is an interesting one. Lucas Browne on paper should get the win but Junior Fa is a difficult task and I think we’ll see Fa finish this quite early.

There’s a reason Fa is the betting favourite and by a significant margin.

Our Pick

Andrew Moloney vs. Alexander Espinoza, Super Flyweight

Jason’s brother Andrew is another wide favourite and like his brother he’ll walk away with the win.

Our Pick
  • After returning to the winner’s circle following a difficult period where he was arguably robbed against Joshua Franco, Maloney at $2.75 for a KO/TKO is the best pick I can find here. – BET HERE

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