Welcome to our list of the top boxing betting apps currently available. Boxing fans will be drooling over some of the forthcoming fights; ones that include Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder (to name a few).
Betting on boxing can also be very exciting with a wide range of bets to pick from including match-betting, method of victory, and round betting. Read on below to find out which are our top 5 and the reasons why.
Our top 5 betting apps for boxing, UFC & Bellator
1– bet365 app
The bet365 app is a fantastic betting app and tool for any popular sport around the world. Boxing is certainly no exception, in our opinion. A good range of bouts are covered, with major fights also have a nice selection of markets to choose from. Choose your market, pick an available fight and away you go.
The boxing section is nice and simple with markets nicely bunched together to make them easy to navigate. Bet365 combine the boing home with MMA events so you can find all these in the same place. This is great for building a boxing and MMA accumulators.
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Here’s how boxing betting looks on the app –
When we were reviewing the app we found 14 different boxing markets to bet on and 8 different markets for the UFC.
These are the UFC betting markets we found on the bet365 app, these can all be opened as coupons for quickly placing accas.
- To win the fight – Who is declared the winner
- Fight outcome – These come in 3 groups “By KO, TKO, DQ or submission”, “By decision or technical decision” and “draw”.
- Round betting – Which round will the fight end – 1,2,3, points or draw
- When will the fight end?
- Method and round combination – This mixes the fight outcome market listed above with the rounds, this has some of the longer odds in UFC betting
- Total rounds – Under over markets for the number of rounds in the fight
- Method of victory double chance – Pick 2 of the methods for shorter odds
- Fight to go the distance? A simple yes or no!
These markets all open for the next UFC event in a coupon form as shown below –
You can switch between coupons at the top and placed mixed accas from the different markets as long as they are on different fights. To place your bets simply tap the odds you want and then the odds will be shown in the betslip.
If you want to bet on boxing, UFC or Bellator then the bet365 app is the place to do it.
2 – BetVictor app
The BetVictor app is another bookmaker renowned for market leading prices and innovative features. This is the app to bet on if you are looking to combine different boxing markets together. Here’s how UFC betting looks on Bet Victor –
BetVictor offer bet builder options on the big bouts, allowing users to bet on circumstances such as simultaneous knockdowns, point deductions, to be knocked down multiple times and specific round knockdowns, for example. A quality app from a name that can be trusted to offer value and choice to those looking to bet on boxing.
One thing that caught our eye with Betvictor was the “potential fights” markets they have priced up. These are all fights that could take place in the upcoming year that they have earliest prices on. These are always interesting to look at to see how the bookmakers think the fighters should line up if they were to have a bout. These cover mainstream fights, as well as more entertainment style, fights like the potential for Pacquiao v McGregor etc.
3 – Paddy Power app
In general, boxing is well hidden on the app as they focus more on other sports. When there are bigger events on it takes more prominence.
To fond boxing on the app go to find in the bottom left-hand corner, then scroll down into “browse all”. This will give you the current markets on offer, starting with the closest event to start. They also have options for future matches that may or may not take place.
Here is how boxing on the app looks –
At the time of our review, they had markets priced up for the next 4 months.
As well as to win the match we also found the following markets priced up –
- Round by round betting
- Method of victory betting
- Group round betting
- Alternative Group round betting 1
- Alternative Group round betting 2
- Alternative Group round betting 3
- Will the fight go the distance?
For the larger fights, you will see more markets and special offers.
Overall Paddy Power is a good place to bet on boxing.
4 – Ladbrokes app
For example, Pacquiao was 150/1 to dispatch Mayweather in their 2 May 2015 clash – £1 on this type of bet would certainly make up for the disappointment if there was indeed an early finish. This promotion is certainly worth looking at for the Deontay Wilder fights and others who are renowned for being heavy hitters!
There’s one of the widest choices of markets here and the Ladbrokes app tends to be the first, if not the only bookmaker to offer specific boxing based promotions to their existing customers. Here’s a limited time offer that was readily available the last time we checked in, as an example.
5 – Betfred app
Boxing betting markets.
More and more options are becoming available to bet on within the best boxing betting apps as the sport continues to grow in popularity. Lower class fights generally have fewer markets available, as the amount of attention these fights bring is very low. Especially in comparison to the big name fights and championship bouts.
The main events are now cluttered with markets, providing you with more choice than ever before. Now it is possible to bet on rounds, method of victory and much much more. Check out some of the markets currently available on the Ladbrokes app;
- Method of Victory – predict how the fight will end.
- Round betting – bet on who will win and in which particular round.
- Round Group betting – Decide who will win within a group of rounds eg ‘boxer A in rounds 4-6’.
- When will the fight be won? – Pick a group of rounds you believe the fight will be won in (winner doesn’t matter).
- Total rounds – Choose how many rounds the fight will last.
- Final judgement – Betting on the fight to last the distance and predicting the overall judge’s scorecard decisions.
- Fight to go the distance – A two-choice market on whether both boxers hear the final bell or not.
- Gone in 60 seconds – Betting on whether a particular fighter will win within 60 seconds.
- Down but not out – predicting a fighter to get knocked down, getting up and then going on to win the fight.
Cash Out in boxing.
The feature of cashing out a bet is more famous within football betting. However, cashing out has now spread its wings across to the boxing world. The best betting apps, such as Ladbrokes now offer the cash-out facility across select boxing markets. The markets that are available for cash out are usually clearly labelled as such.
Cash-out provides you with the chance to cash out for an instant return on your bet before it is settled, regardless of whether it is winning or losing. Therefore cashing out isn’t usually used in round betting. It is used more in the outright and longer-term boxing bets. This isn’t a necessity, but a nice feature to fall back on if things are looking like they aren’t going your way.
Other worthy boxing apps
The app has a user-friendly layout and also includes a boxing roster to keep you informed on all the upcoming action. A specialist boxing app that isn’t packed with features, just premium mobile video content.
There are radio stations and podcasts to listen to as well as the option to subscribe to ESPN+ in order to access premium content. However, there’s plenty of media content available for free.
Tyson Fury is looking to partner up with ESPN for exclusive rights of the highly anticipated rematch with Deontay Wilder. Many more fights are also being negotiated to exclusively feature on the ESPN app and ESPN TV channels.
Boxing news app
The Boxing news brand has a massive following across social media and this is down to trustworthy and reliable information from obvious boxing fanatics. Interviews, ringside gossip, previews, ranking updates and more are consistently fed out to keep readers in the know across all areas of boxing – in the ring and outside.
A monthly subscription is required to access the array of information. However, a 30-day free trial is offered so you can try out the service properly before committing to it.
Fight score app
This app also comes in handy when trying to analyse upcoming bouts. Vital statistics and key information are given on boxers involved in imminent match-ups, as well as average scorecard scores. Therefore providing a clearer picture to those who may be looking to bet on round betting or method of victory.