Saturday boxing tips, odds, betting previews and TV details
Charlie Edwards defends WBC world flyweight title
Edwards v Moreno
Sky Sports Action/Main Event, from 7pm Saturday
Sam Bowen v Jordan McCorry
BT Sport 1, from 7.45pm Saturday
There are loads of fights on Sky Sports and BT Sport on Saturday, but finding good bets isn't easy with most of the fighters long odds-on for success.
Charlie Edwards makes the second defence of his WBC world flyweight title as the headliner on Sky against Spain's Angel Moreno, and is as short as 1-100 in the betting to retain his title.
Only six of Edwards 14 pro wins have been by KO, and Moreno hasn't been stopped in his 21-fight career, so it makes sense that Edwards is 3-10 to win on points.
But Moreno has a real lack of top-level experience - eight of his last nine fights have been six-rounders - while Edwards has stopped two of his last three opponents including a three-round TKO of Anthony Nelson to win the title last summer, so take the 3-1 that he finishes Moreno early.
Joshua Buatsi is just 1-7 to KO Liam Conroy for the vacant British lightweight title, Lawrence Okolie is 2-5 to stop Wadi Camacho for the British and Commonwealth cruiserweight titles and Lewis Ritson is 2-7 to do likewise against German Argentino Benitez for the WBA Inter-Continental super-lightweight crown.
Over on BT Sport, Sam 'The Bullet' Bowen is 1-3 to KO Jordan McCorry for the British super-featherweight belt, but a better bet may come in the co-main event where promising heavyweight Nathan Gorman takes on grizzled veteran Kevin 'Kingpin' Johnson.
These days Johnson is nothing more than a 'good workout' fighter, but he rarely gets stopped. He has been the distance with quality heavyweights such as Tyson Fury, Dereck Chisora, Kubrat Pulev and - just last year - Andy Ruiz and Daniel Dubois.
Take the 8-11 that he loses on points against Gorman, who will no doubt say "it was good to get some rounds under my belt" in the post-fight interview.
C Edwards by KO/TKO
1pt 3-1 bet365, RedZone, 188Bet
N Gorman on points
1pt 8-11 general
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