The Smoothie King Center is our next stop, as we travel to New Orleans, Louisiana, to witness a clash for the WBC World Super Lightweight Title, which will be the main event of a 7 bouts fight card.
In the headliner of the night, we have a battle between the 28-1-0 Champion from Texas, Regis Prograis, and the Puerto Rican challenger, Danielito Zorrilla, 17-1-0.
With 12 rounds to endure, this fight will be a showcase of boxing skills that boxing fans are likely not going to want to miss once the fighters get into that ring to see who goes out with the Belt.
Take a seat as we break down everything that is expected to happen during this clash, so you can be ready to enjoy the show.
Saturday, June 17th at 9:00 pm ET in Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, Louisiana
Ring walks time:
(Estimated) 10:21 pm ET
Regis Prograis -1800
Danielito Zorrilla +800
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Why Bet on Regis Prograis?
Prograis is a world title holder in one of the deepest divisions in boxing. He has a professional record of 28-1 with an impressive 24 KOs under his belt. His only loss has been to Josh Taylor when he lost his WBA title.
The 34-year-old Southpaw might be running out of time in his world championship-level run because of his age. However, power is the last thing to leave a fighter. He still has some great skills from that tricky Southpaw stance.
Why Bet on Danielito Zorrilla
Danielito Zorrilla is a tough, skilled Puerto Rican fighter that has been training in boxing his whole life. His career has led up to this world title shot, and he will give everything he has on Saturday night. Which is honestly his biggest weapon against Prograis.
With being the B-side of this matchup, Zorrilla will need the performance of a lifetime to get his hand raised this weekend. He comes in at 17-1 with 13 KOs in his professional career.
Final Betting Analysis – Regis Prograis vs. Danielito Zorrilla
Prograis is coming into fight week as the massive betting favorite, as plenty of fans believe that his power and punching ability will be too much for the less-experienced Zorrilla.
The multiple-time world title holder is coming in at age 34, but he hasn’t shown too many signs of slowing down yet.
Assuming he will be in great shape, which is what Regis has shown on social media and the leadup content of this weekend’s event, the advantage points in his direction.
Go for a victory for Regis Prograis at -1800. If you bet $100 at such odds you could get $5.56 at $105.56.
Regis Prograis vs. Danielito Zorrilla Betting Pick: Regis Prograis
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