This Saturday, September 17th, the event that takes place in Las Vegas, Nevada, inside of the T-Mobile Arena will be one of the best fight cards of the year.
We have a stacked card, with 4 championship titles placed on the table. But on top of it, the main event is the Trilogy fight between two exciting fighters; whose name is pretty important in the fight game.
This event has 2 matches that we are covering, which are the Main Event, and the co-main event.
The other two bouts include a clash in the lightweight and another in the super featherweight division.
Right now, we dive into the co-main event, which has Jesse Rodríguez vs. Israel González, as they face off for the WBC World Super Flyweight Title.
Boxing Preview – Jesse Rodríguez vs. Israel González Betting Odds & Free Pick – Info
When: Saturday, September 17th at 9:00 pm ET
Moneyline odds: Jesse Rodriguez -2500 / Israel Gonzalez +658
Draw Offs: –
Where To Watch: DAZN
Why Bet on Jesse Rodríguez
Unbeaten WBC Super Flyweight Champion Jesse Rodríguez Franco of San Antonio, Texas will be defending the title for the second time.
Rodríguez Franco is currently the youngest world boxing champion as he’s just 22 years old.
He enters the fight with a perfect mark of 16-0 with 11 Ko’s and possesses quite a bit of power in his arsenal.
Why Bet on Israel González
González last fought in April when he beat Misael Acevedo via an eight-round unanimous decision.
The 25-year-old González enters the contest with a mark of 28-4-1 with 11 Kos.
He’s boxed 195 rounds so far in his career and has a current knockout ratio of just 33.3 percent.
He has gone the distance in his last six fights.
This is González’s fourth shot at a world title as he was stopped in the 10th round by Jerwin Ancajas in 2018 in a crack for the IBF Super Flyweight Title.
Final Betting Analysis – Jesse Rodríguez vs. Israel González
‘Bam’ Rodríguez Franco has proven to be a worthy champion with his wins over Cuadras and Rungvisai and should make it three straight wins in a row this year on Saturday night.
González just doesn’t have the power to keep the champion off of him and even though he may have the ability to take a few rounds on the scorecards, we believe he’ll fall short once again in a world title shot.
Rodríguez Franco’s power, chin, and speed should be the difference.
Rodríguez vs. González Betting Pick: Jesse “Bam” Rodriguez
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