If you’re in the mood to throw down some coin on tonight’s PBC on FOX PPV main event between Errol Spence Jr and Danny Garcia, here are the latest betting odds.
With just hours before the main event, the undefeated IBF and WBC welterweight champion Spence (26-0, 21 KOs) is holding steady as anywhere from a 4-to-1 to a 5-to-1 favorite over Garcia (36-2, 21 KOs). SportBet has Spence at about -400 (-398 to be exact) while you can get Garcia at +350 on Pinnacle.
This is the heaviest underdog tag Garcia has received since he upset Amir Khan in 2012. He was also an underdog when he beat Lucas Matthysse in 2013. Both Khan and Matthysse had been defeated before facing Garcia, so this is a bit different considering Spence has neither lost nor been knocked down.
As for Spence, he’s used to closing as the favorite but these are tighter odds than when he fought Shawn Porter last year. It’s nearer to what we saw against Mikey Garcia, whom Spence shut out with ease.
Here are some prop bets to ponder via Pro Boxing Odds:
You can watch Spence vs. Garcia live on FOX PPV or Fite.tv ($74.99 HD/$64.99 SD) at 9 PM ET/6 PM PT. Bloody Elbow will have live round-by-round coverage of Spence vs. Garcia.