Teófimo López (16-1-0, 12 KOs) and Pedro Campa (34-1-1, 23 KOs) collide at the Resorts World Las Vegas Event Center here in a Junior Welterweight bout on Saturday night where López in a massive favorite (TV—ESPN, ESPN+, ESPN Deportes, 10 ET/9 CT/7 PT).카지노사이트
Former Lightweight (132 pounds) American Teófimo “The Takeover” López is moving up to the Junior Welterweight (136-140 pounds) division to face Mexican Pedro Campa in the Main Event and with sportsbooks having López at +3000 with Campa at +1000 (10/1),
López is a former IBF, WBA, WBO and The Ring Magazine Lightweight world champion but suffered his first loss ever in his last fight, falling to Split Decision Loss to George Kambosos, Jr. at Madison Square Garden in the Big Apple last November.
The Takeover Back as Lopez-Campa Meet Saturday in LV
The Main Event for the López-Campa card is expected to start around 11:15 pm EDT (10:15 CT/7:15 ET) and this card has nothing big extremely high-priced chalk and may be tough for serious or even casual Boxing bettors to try to find any real perceived edges.
The Split Decision was really hard on López’s head and the 25-year-old Brooklyn native and now Las Vegas resident also dealt numerous Physical problems like arthroscopic surgery on his right hand and left elbow and a potentially fatal Respiratory system issue.
So now López is intent on getting back into the world championship conversation, albeit in a different and heavier weight class, but maybe the real question we should all be asking here is can 10/1 underdog Campa pull off a massive upset in the spot? Of course he can.
This is Boxing.
“I’m just excited for this new chapter at 140,” Lopez said on “Max on Boxing” when talking about his new plans. “That fight [against Kambosos], the amount of pressure that athletes go through during the course of our career. I think as a fighter, I can’t let the fans down.
“I have to give them a show no matter how I’m feeling. I’m blessed to not be dead. I’m just looking forward to 140, taking over that division just like I took over 135, beating the #1 pound-for-pound fighter in the world, Vasiliy Lomachenko, and just moving forward.”
But dismiss Campa at your own risk in this long-awaited return to the ring and priced as high as +1000 and more at trusted Boxing Betting Sites, a real handicapper must consider that Campa will not want to lose and gas only lost once in his very long career.
But it seems that if anyone is going to be knocking anyone out on Saturday night in this brawl here in the Silver State, it will probably be López knocking Campa out and not Campa TKO-ing or KO-ing López. We will definitely see soon enough.
López captured all Lightweight championship belts in October of 2020 when he defeated Vasiliy Lomachenko but now after that Loss last fight, the surgeries and facing his own mortality, López is back and planning a long run back to the top which starts Saturday.
“The Takeover is back! I took over the lightweight division, and I plan on doing the same at junior welterweight… Every person goes through challenges, but I’ve put the past behind me and am thrilled to be back fighting on ESPN and in Las Vegas,” Lopez recently said.
“I am calling this fight the ‘Take Back’ because I am coming to regain what I’ve lost. One defeat does not define a fighter, and it won’t define me.”
Teófimo López vs. Pedro Campa Odds
- Moneyline Odds: Teófimo López -3000, Pedro Campa +1000
- Method of Victory
- Teófimo López by KO, TKO, DQ -400
- Teófimo López by Decision or Technical Decision +350
- Pedro Campa KO, TKO, DQ +1400
- Pedro Campa by Decision or Technical Decision +2800
- Draw or Technical Draw +2800
- Teófimo López Method of Victory
- Teófimo López wins in Round 1 +1000
- Teófimo López wins in Round 2 +1000
- Teófimo López wins in Round 3 +1000
- Teófimo López wins in Round 4 +1000
- Teófimo López wins in Round 5 +1000
- Teófimo López wins in Round 6 +1000
- Teófimo López wins n Round 7 +1000
- Teófimo López wins in Round 8 +1000
- Teófimo López wins in Round 9 +1000
- Teófimo López wins in Round 10 +1000
- Teófimo López wins by Decision or Technical Decision +350
- Draw or Technical Draw +2800
Pedro Campa Method of Victory
- Pedro Campa wins in Round 1 +1000
- Pedro Campa wins in Round 2 +1000
- Pedro Campa wins in Round 3 +1000
- Pedro Campa wins in Round 4 +1000
- Pedro Campa wins in Round 5 +1000
- Pedro Campa wins in Round 6 +1000
- Pedro Campa wins n Round 7 +1000
- Pedro Campa wins in Round 8 +1000
- Pedro Campa wins in Round 9 +1000
- Pedro Campa wins in Round 10 +1000
- Pedro Campa wins by Decision or Technical Decision +2800
- Draw or Technical Draw +2800
Round Betting – Either Winner
Either Winner in Round 1 +900
Either Winner in Round 2 +750
Either Winner in Round 3 +600
Either Winner in Round 4 +500
Either Winner in Round 5 +550
Either Winner in Round 6 +750
Either Winner in Round 7 +900 바카라사이트
Either Winner in Round 8 +1200
Either Winner in Round 9 +1800
Either Winner in Round 10 +2500
Fight Will Go The Distance +325
Saturday, August 13, 2022
Teófimo López (16-1-0, 12 KOs) vs. Pedro Campa (34-1-1, 23 KOs)
Junior Welterweight Bout: (136 to 140 lbs), 10 Rounds
Location: Resorts World Las Vegas Event Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Time: 10 EDT/9 pm CDT/8 pm CDT/7 am PDT
TV Coverage: ESPN, ESPN App, ESPN Deportes
Division: Junior Welterweight (140 pounds)
Teófimo López Record: 16-1-0 (12 KOs)
Pedro Campa: 34-1-1 (23 KOs)
KO Percentage: López—70.59%, Campa—63.89%
Ages: López—25, Campa—30
Height: López—5’8” (191 cm), Campa—5’10” (178 cm)
Weight: López—140 pounds, Campa—140 pounds
Reach: López 68.5”, Campa—68.89”
Native Countries: López—USA, Campa—Mexico
Birth Place: López—Brooklyn, NY, USA, Campa—Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico
Current Residences: López—Las Vegas, NV, USA, Campa—Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico
Stances: López—Orthodox, Ortega—Orthodox
Current Winning-Losing Streaks: López—L1, Campa—W4
Wins by Knockout: López—12, Campa—23
Pro Debut: López—2016, Campa—2011
Pro Years: López—6, Campa—11
Bouts: López—17, Campa—36
Pro Rounds: López—84, Campa—178
Last Fight: López—259 days (11/27/2021), Campa—147 days (3/19/2022)
Last Result: López—SD Loss to Kambosos, Campa—TKO Valadez
Current Career Trajectory: López—Weight Class Move Up, Campa—Peak
Moneyline Odds: Teófimo López -3000 , Pedro Campa +1000
Free Boxing Pick: Pedro Campa 10/1
About Teófimo López
Teófimo López is a 5-foot-8 (173 cm) 25-year-old American who was born and grew up on the streets of Brooklyn, NY and after suffering that aforementioned SD Loss to Kambosos as judges scored the bout 115-111 and 115-112 (to Kambosos) and 114-113 (to López).
López might have the Confidence edge coming in here but his game opponent will have the Height, Reach, and Experience edges and Campa hasn’t had the two surgeries on his body like López nor had a near-Death experience like López with his Respiratory.
So The Takeover will be looking to “take over” another Weight Class, starting here on Saturday night in the Warm Neon Jungle, but it definitely won’t come easy and there is the possibility he loses as the monster -3000 betting favorite (bet $3,000 to win $100).
López is currently ranked No. 2 contending Lightweight by The Ring >Magazine but this ia Weight class higher up and Oscar de la Hoya is now saying he would like López to fight Ryan Garcia (#5, 23-0-0, 19 KOs) next and not Gervonta Davis (#4, 27-0-0, 25 KOs).
About Pedro Campa
Pedro Campa (5-10) is a 30-year-old Mexican born professional Boxer and right-handed Othodoxed fighter with 178 rounds of ring experience here heading into Sin City and the Resorts World Las Vegas Event Center on Saturday, August 13 in a huge fight for him.
Currently ranked at #62 in the Super Lightweight weight class, Campa can quickly make a name for himself with the big upset here in what should be a “fast-hands” type of fight and one this Campa will need to do is to avoid that nasty powerful Left Hook of López’s.
So López will be looking to “take over” and new divisions, starting on Saturday but expect Campa to be a game opponent and it seems like betting the chalk at -3,000 to win so little isn’t as enticing her as taking a smaller wager shot ($5 to $20) on the +1000 Underdog.
But remember that this will be a “Tune-Up” fight in López’s mind and he will have the quicker hands, faster feet, and more to lose heading in here and this will be the first fight in Campa’s career fighting outside of his native Mexico. This one may be best just watched.
Teófimo López-Pedro Campa Fight Card
- JUNIOR WELTERWEIGHT—Teófimo López (-3000) vs. Pedro Campa (+1000)
- JUNIOR MIDDLEWEIGHT—Xander Zayas (-5000) vs. Elias Espadas (+1200)
- JUNIOR LIGHTWEIGHT—Andres Cortes (-700) vs. Abraham Montoya (+450)
- FEATHERWEIGHT—Duke Ragan vs. D’Angelo Fuentes
- MIDDLEWEIGHT—Troy Isley (-5000) vs. Victor Tone (+1200)
- LIGHTWEIGHT—Charlie Sheehy vs. Omar Rosario
- FEATHERWEIGHT—Jose Enrique Vivas vs. Edy Valencia
López-Campa Undercard Chock Full o’ Huge Odds Faves
When López lost to Kambrosos, he was still healing with the effect of COVID-19 and nursing Injuries and his head wasn’t in the right place so his new idea of moving up a class and then trying to seek and destroy mind not end so well in this talented weight class.
So he will have to not take Campa for granted and remember he selected this opponent as the first in his planned “Takeover,” but Campa has lost just once in his career and has the punching power but his speed and jabs aren’t as potent as those of the big favorite López.
Campa was impressive against Dominico Rondon (11 Jabs, 214 Power Shots) and against Adrian Perez (38 of 41 shots Power Shots), but he will be facing the toughest opponent of his career in the biggest fight of his life here at Resorts World Las Vegas Event Center.
If you plan on taking a shot on the big Underdog Campa here on the Moneyline, maybe wait until right before the fight starts as the odds should be higher than they are here right now three days out from the fight and be sure to price-shop all of your online sportsbooks.온라인카지노