This Saturday, September 4th, we have an exciting event in Los Angeles at the Crypto.com Arena.
This event has 4 matches that we are interested in covering; including an exciting heavyweight bout in the main event, and a lightweight bout in the co-main event.
The other two bouts include another clash in the lightweight and another in the super featherweight division.
Right now, we place our total focus on the main event clash between Andy Ruiz Jr. and Luis Ortiz.
Boxing Preview – Andy Ruiz Jr. vs. Luis Ortiz Betting Odds & Free Pick – Info
When: Saturday, September 4th at 9:00 pm ET
Moneyline odds: Andy Ruiz -370 / Luis Ortiz +232
Draw Offs: –
Where To Watch: FOX SPORTS
Why Bet on Andy Ruiz
Andy Ruiz is the favorite for this fight.
That will come as no major surprise to followers of heavyweight boxing who have seen two sides of Ruiz in recent years.
He’s a fighter who knocked out Joshua to take his belts, then went away, put on even more weight, and came back to defend, showing the obvious signs of his unprofessional lifestyle.
You just never know which Andy is going to show up on fight night, and that’s one of the reasons why this fight is so popular.
He blows hot and cold, upsetting the odds when written, then putting in a below-par performance when an easy night’s work is expected.
Why Bet on Luis Ortiz
Anyone with even a passing interest in the current heavyweight boxing scene will probably know and respect Ortiz as a fighter.
He has been on the edges of the title picture for most of his career, but a tricky southpaw style has seen many champions avoid him.
Luis is part of the infamous ‘who needs them’ club.
He is best remembered for that stunning knockout win over AJ at Madison Square Gardens in New York.
He failed to defend the titles, losing them to Joshua in a rematch that took place less than six months after the first fight.
Final Betting Analysis – Andy Ruiz vs. Luis Ortiz
Ruiz has the power and work rate to beat Ortiz, and it’s his combination of punches and looping right hands that will work best against an awkward opponent.
Ortiz is 43 years old now and started to slow down a while ago.
If he was at his best; fit, active, and hungry, this would be a completely different fight, but it’s likely the Cuban-born southpaw boxer has all but given up hope of becoming champion of the world.
We’ll get a definitive answer to that on Saturday.
Ruiz vs. Ortiz Betting Pick: Andy Ruiz
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