Boxing Expert with 44-13 Record Reveals Tyson Fury vs. Francis Ngannou Fight Odds, Predictions, and Schedule for October 28
Boxing analyst Peter Kahn has finalized his predictions for Saturday's fight in Saudi Arabia between Francis Ngannou and Tyson Fury.
In a planned 10-round boxing main event, undefeated WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury will square off against former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou, making his first appearance in the ring since last December. Ngannou has not competed in combat sports since his victory over Ciryl Gane at UFC 270 in January 2022. This will be his boxing debut. This battle serves as the main event's main card attraction for Fury vs. Ngannou, which takes place this Saturday at 2 p.m. ET at Riyadh Arena in Saudi Arabia. Last year, Fury defeated Derek Chisora and Dillian Whyte to successfully defend his title twice.
According to the most recent Tyson Fury vs. Francis Ngannou odds, Fury is a -2,000 betting favorite (risk $2,000 to win $100), while Ngannou returns a price of +1080. The total number of rounds completed has an over/under of 4.5; the under is given at +122 while the over is supplied at -156. Make sure to check out SportsLine analyst Peter Kahn's boxing predictions and betting recommendations before committing to any Francis Ngannou vs. Tyson Fury wagers.
With his finger on the pulse of everything going on both inside and outside the ring, Kahn is a true boxing insider. Through his organization, Fight Game Advisors, he presently manages 20 fighters and has managed multiple world champions. In 2022, Kahn was inducted into the Florida Boxing Hall of Fame and received the Cus D'Amato Manager of the Year award from the Boxing Writers Association of America.
When it comes to starting arguments, Kahn is brilliant. He has returned almost $4,000 to $100 bettors with an amazing 44-13 record on his previous 57 SportsLine boxing selections. Those that have followed him have already seen enormous profits.
As the bout between Tyson Fury and Francis Ngannou draws near, Kahn has carefully considered every aspect of the contest and made certain picks for it. His predictions and analysis are exclusively available on SportsLine.
Long known for his calm and collected demeanor, Ngannou told the media this week that he doesn't feel under pressure for the fight on Saturday since, in his opinion, just getting into the ring is a triumph in and of itself.
Depending on your point of view, the former UFC heavyweight champion quickly went from being one of the MMA promotion's most popular competitors to one of its most divisive. Though he battled injuries during that period and insists he never turned down a bout offer, he was ridiculed for only participating in three fights in his final three years with the UFC.
Furthermore, many observers supported promotion and UFC president Dana White in their belief that Ngannou overreached himself and made irrational contract demands during his public contract battle with the organization.
Finally, Ngannou was able to secure an MMA deal with the PFL, which is renowned for paying its athletes large fighting purses. He also secured a boxing match against Fury on Saturday, which is rumored to have the potential to bring him a salary of around $10 million. According to reports, he earned $600,000 for his last UFC match.
"This is already a success," Ngannou declared. "We've already won. I'm going out there on Saturday night in search of a second victory, but I've already triumphed. I have triumphed above all.
Fury is a fierce combatant with a great deal of bluster. His last four victories have all been knockouts, including his December TKO victory over Chisora at 2:51 of the tenth round. He had successfully defended the WBC heavyweight title three times. When he floored his opponent 2:59 into the sixth round, his bout with Whyte also ended in a KO.
In his 34 career fights, Fury, who started his professional career in 2008, is 33-0-1. His sole loss came from a 12-round split decision in December 2018 against Deontay Wilder for the WBC heavyweight title. Other than that, he has amassed 24 victories by knockout. Since then, he has fought twice against Wilder, winning the WBC and vacant The Ring heavyweight belts in February 2020 with a seven-round TKO victory. In their rematch in October 2020, Fury prevailed via knockout in the eleventh round to hold the heavyweight belts from The Ring and the WBC. Check out who SportsLine has to back.
How to choose between Francis Ngannou and Tyson Fury
We may disclose that Kahn prefers a fight to last longer than 4.5 rounds. He has also chosen a surefire money-line selection and a method-of-victory prop. His selections are exclusive to SportsLine.
Which prop is a must-back in Francis Ngannou vs. Tyson Fury, and who wins? See what Peter Kahn has deemed to be the top picks for Saturday on SportsLine right now. The boxing expert has made his fans about $4,000 in profits.