SkyBet Boxing Offer: Joshua to beat Takam

Anthony Joshua defends his IBF and WBA titles against Carlos Takam at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday, with the former Olympic gold medallist the overwhelming favourite to extend his unbeaten record as a professional. Having defeated Wladimir Klitschko in an exciting contest in front of 90,000 fans at Wembley Stadium back in April, Joshua’s upcoming bout is expected to receive a huge amount of interest, especially from betting customers.

For those looking to back AJ, there is potentially no better place than SkyBet in the build-up to the fight, with their enhanced odds offers perfect for those looking for value in the market. SkyBet are offering price boosts and Joshua to win in all of the first six rounds, which is an extremely appealing promotion given the British fighters record to date. For those interested in taking advantage of this latest SkyBet offer, let’s take a closer look at the specific details.

SkyBet Anthony Joshua Price Boosts

Despite his contest coming with Carlos Takam coming about after more than one withdrawal, Joshua is looking to set up a fight against American Deontay Wilder next year with another impressive performance on home turf. With many within the industry predicting a win for the Brit, the following price boosts are well worth utilising:

Anthony Joshua to win in Round 1 – Was 6/1 Now 8/1
Anthony Joshua to win in Round 2 – Was 4/1 Now 6/1
Anthony Joshua to win in Round 3 – Was 4/1 Now 6/1
Anthony Joshua to win in Round 4 – Was 5/1 Now 7/1
Anthony Joshua to win in Round 5 – Was 7/1 Now 9/1
Anthony Joshua to win in Round 6 – Was 10/1 Now 12/1

Such price boosts can be the difference between appealing winnings to substantial earnings, with no restrictions when it comes to maximum bets. With Joshua being backed at 1/50 with the same bookmaker to win overall, an early success would not be a surprise for the powerful champion.

Whether you are a new or existing customer, head to SkyBet before the big fight on Saturday night, before backing the round in which you believe Joshua will claim victory.