Judah vs Garcia Betting Odds

Published on January 10th, 2013 4:28 pm EST
Zab Judah will be looking to score a major upset when he takes on Danny Garcia on February 9th. The fight will be hosted by the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

Zab Judah has had a long and storied career, having amassed a total of five world titles over the course of his seventeen year career as a professional boxer. After amassing a record of 110-5 as an amateur boxer, Judah made the leap to the world of professional boxing in 1996. Through his career as a professional boxer, Judah has amassed a record of 42-7-0, with 29 of his wins coming by knockout. Judah has fought many big names throughout his career, including the likes of Floyd Mayweather, Jr., Miguel Cotto and Amir Khan.

Judah, who is on the downside of his career (he is 35 years old), will be squaring off against one of the rising young stars of the boxing world on February 9th - Danny Garcia.

Garcia, who is the current WBA Super World Light Welterweight and WBC Light Welterweight champion, has a spotless record of 25-0-0, including 16 knockouts. Garcia, who is a former US national champion, made his professional debut in November of 2007, and has since reeled off 25 straight victories.

Garcia's last three fights include two wins over Erik Morales and a knockout victory over Amir Khan in July of 2012.


Las Vegas oddsmakers aren't giving Judah much of a chance of betting Garcia on February 9th. Here are the current betting odds as of this moment:

Danny Garcia, -909
Zab Judah, +500

These odds mean that a $909 bet on Danny Garcia would produce a total profit of $100, while a $100 bet on Zab Judah would pay out $500, if he was able to pull off the upset.

It's certainly a tall order for Judah to beat Garcia - can he pull off the shocking upset, or will Garcia steamroll Judah as he has done to all of his previous opponents?

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