The females are going to have the spotlight in this fight card, but, as we reach the main event of this fight night in Manchester, Lancashire, we still have another exciting clash halfway through it.
This fight night will have only 6 bouts, and the 3rd one will be a good and interesting spot to get the hype all the way up as we approach the title fights of the night.
The fight we are focusing on right now is the clash between the two English fighters, the undefeated Mark Jeffers (who comes in to replace Mark Heffron after he pulled out from an injury), and his opponent, Zak Chelli, who comes in with a 13-1-1 record.
This encounter is going to be exciting from start to finish, and we are going to look into all the details you might want to know.
Saturday, July 1st at 2:00 pm ET in Manchester, Lancashire
Ring walks time:
(Estimated) 3:30 pm ET
Mark Jeffers +200
Zak Chelli -275
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Why Bet on Mark Jeffers?
Jeffers is a 25-year-old UK prospect that is taking a massive opportunity this time after stepping in for the injured Mark Heffron last week. He is 15-0 in his professional career but only has 4 KOs under his belt. His lack of power is surely a cause for concern, but he is very skilled, especially for his age.
The Lancashire native trains with Jack Catteral and with a great team. Jeffers is fresh off a tune-up fight after taking almost two years off of competition for undisclosed reasons.
Why Bet on Zak Chelli?
Chelli put his name on the map in the UK boxing scene after his dominant performance over the higher-ranked opponent his last time out. He is now ranked at the top of British super middleweights and wants to keep that momentum going.
The 25-year-old has a professional record of 13-1-1 with 6 KOs. His only loss came at the hands of Kody Davies in 2019.
Final Betting Analysis – Mark Jeffers vs. Zak Chelli
Jeffers takes a more calculated, counter-puncher approach in his most recent bouts and does a good job of reading his opponents and what they tend to throw. Chelli is a much more aggressive fighter, throwing a lot of hard power shots. The first will get into range with his lead hand and follow up with a big wild overhand right. This is good for the judges to see him pushing the pace and throwing the heavier shots.
Mark is coming into this bout with a chip on his shoulder and lots of confidence. He is a very solid counter-puncher with good eyes and timing in the ring. His jab needs to be at his best, and he needs to gain respect from Chelli early with heavy counters going in his direction, but we are willing to place our token on the underdog.
Go for a victory for the man from Lancashire at +200. If you bet $100 at such odds, you could get $200 for a total payout of $300.