Ricky Burns vs Julius Indongo

The Super Lightweight class is about to reveal its champion! The countdown for the fight between Ricky Burns and Julius Indongo has dropped below 72 hours! There’s no doubt that SBObet account owners are the luckiest when it comes to box betting. A fact that has been confirmed the numerous times this bookmaker provided the most tempting odds. Ricky Burns facing the undefeated Namibian Julius Indongo on the 15th of April will not be an exception.

The match will take place in Glasgow, Scotland, making it a home fight for Ricky Burns born in Bellshill just 10 miles away. Burns became a World champion for the third time when he won the WBA strap after an eighth-round TKO over Michele di Rocco in his hometown last May. He then defended his belt successfully after a unanimous victory on points over Kiryl Relikh in October. Meanwhile, Indongo ripped the IBF title from the Russian Eduard Troyanovsky after a KO just 40 seconds in the first round in Moscow in December.

By winning this match, Ricky aims to add his name to the coveted list of British champions who have unified their division. Burns can become a fourth time world champion while the undefeated Indongo looks to prove once and for all that he is the real deal. However, while the match is expected to be tight and tense, the favorite for the victory is Ricky Burns. At SBObet you can bet on him at 1.54 odds (much higher than the average offered by other bookmakers). On the other hand, “Blue Machine” – Indongo is played at the higher odds of about 2.47.

Burns clearly considers Indongo as his main rival and he is not hiding the fact that his opponent’s power is of concern to him:

“When Julius Indongo knocked out Eduard Troyanovsky, he was immediately an opponent I was interested in. Indongo can clearly punch and that’s an impressive way to win a world title, especially in Russia”
Burns also added that he isn’t thinking at all about retirement.

At a similar context, Indongo stated:

“It’s an absolute honour for me to fight Ricky, who I regard as an accomplished champion. I respect what he has achieved so far but I’m going to Scotland to rob him of his belt. I know it won’t be easy but I’m comforted by the fact that I have a good team and passionate Namibian fans, and I have every intention of making them smile and unifying the division on April 15.”

WBA Champion, Burns will fight his 12th world title match when he faces Indongo and, even though he has lost five times as a professional, Scotland’s No1 has never been stopped.

Watch Ricky burns vs Julius Indogo at SSE Hydro, Glasgow on Saturday night! If you don’t have one already, we suggest that you open an account now as you don’t want to skip the chance of making a profit out of betting on your favourite!