There is a star boxing card in it Show time later tonight, headlined by Sebastian Fundora and Carlos Ocampo.

The Towering Inferno defeated Erickson Lubin in April of this year. With the win, Fundara won the first World Championship of his career as he won the interim WBC middleweight title. He is scheduled to make his first title defense later tonight.

Standing in the champion’s way is former title challenger Carlos Ocampo. Chema is currently riding a 12-fight winning streak, most recently defeating Vincente Martin Rodriguez in June. Ocampo’s last loss came in June 2018 to returning champion Errol Spence Jr.

There are loads of great fights on the undercard too. The main event in the fight for the WBC middleweight title is between Carlos Adames and Juan Mancias Montiel. Both men are coming off big wins and will add energy to tonight’s event.

Also, this event has another title fight. IBF super flyweight world champion Fernando Martinez will attempt to defend his first title against former champion Jorvin Ancayas. The rivalry is a rematch of their first meeting in February, where Argentina’s Martinez won the title by decision.

Who is expected to win today’s boxing matches?

While tonight’s boxing matches have some solid games, there are still some heavy betting favorites.

Sebastian Fundora is regarded as one of the rising stars in the middleweight division and for good reason. His unbeaten record, combined with wins over the likes of Sergio Garcia and Jorge Cota, has him as a huge favorite to defend his first title.

according to Bet MGM, the champion is a solid -900 betting favorite for tonight’s boxing main event. For fans who are already pissed off, former title challenger Carlos Ocampo returns as a +550 underdog.

The main event is expected to be a closer match. Carlos Adames is currently the betting favorite to win the vacant title, a -500 favourite. Meanwhile, Juan Mancias Montiel returns as a +400 betting pick.

Finally, the rematch for the IBF Super Flyweight Gold is for Fernando Martinez as a -280 favorite. Former champion Jervin Ancajas is a modest +250 to regain the gold he lost earlier this year.

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