Charlo’s stats (29-0, 21 KOs) are surely predicting a great show. Many think that Hogan should be a world champion since his thin majority decision loss against Jaime Munguia. While Hogan is being overly confident over seizing his world title, Charlo said that this game is very important for him considering that this is his 30th fight and he’s about to turn 30. Examine their chances with this Jermall Charlo vs Dennis Hogan betting preview.
Highly ranked Dennis Hogan is going to step into the ring against WBC middleweight world champion Jermall Charlo. However, Hogan is very confident and feeling he’s in his best form, but online gambling sites in the US are favorizing Charlo. Bwin at their three-way fight result is giving Charlo 1.1 and Hogan 6.5.
Dennis Hogan close to world title again after losing with a razor-thin majority decision against Jaime Munguia
Everyone was waiting that Munguia will thrust Dennis Hogan to the ground. However, the Irish guy had his best performance and was the aggressive party during the fight. The two fighters were stepping into the ring on Apr 14, 2019, in Monterrey, Mexico, for the WBO Junior Middleweight world title. While many argue that Hogan had the upper hand during the fight, WBO World Championship Committee denied Hogan’s complaint. Even Munguia said: “Truthfully, in my mind, I thought it might have been a draw” However, online sportsbooks in the US are not impressed with Hogan’s fight against Munguia and giving him 6.5 odds against Charlo at Bwin.
Jermall Charlo vs Dennis Hogan betting preview – Charlo: “I am no Munguia”
If we look at Charlo’s stats we can see that he has a terrifying KO-rate over 70%. With this and his 29 wins it’s easy to understand why he is the most evaded fighter in his league. Challenging him deserves respect itself. Furthermore “Hurricane” Hogan claims that he’s in his best form and he shouldn’t be taken cheaply. Charlo is not scared of his opponent’s confidence though. He said: “Every fighter I fight is confident. He’s number 30. This belt is not going anywhere stop talking like that number 30.” Do you think Jermall is taking Hogan lightly?