Joshua vs Breazeale Boxing Odds - This Saturday, June 25th the O2 Arena in London, England*hosts an IBF world heavyweight title fight as champion Anthony Joshua fights Dominic Breazeale with his belt on the line.

If you are an American and are not aware of who Anthony Joshua is, be prepared to find out. Joshua's is England's next "big thing", and as a world title holder after only 16 pro fights and a 2012 Olympic gold medalist, he has not faltered at any step in the process. The plan for Joshua and Hearn is to get by Breazeale at home and then plan on a stateside debut in 2017. The idea of a Joshua versus Deontay Wilder title unification bout is already out there, and that is a dream for the marketing types. Joshua will enter this weekend's fight with Breazeale a prohibitive favorite.

Breazeale will benefit from epxerience, and not just his own. In the effort of Charles Martin, the last American heavyweight to face Joshua in England, he has a blue print for what not to do. Breazeale is 17-0 with 15 knock outs in his own right, and he has a solid if short amateur career. Before that he was a college football player, so he brings size and athleticism that nullifies some of Joshua's advantages. Breazeale is rightfully an underdog, but purely from the physical match up the line and the over/under may be slanted because of Joshua's popularity.

 
Joshua vs Breazeale Boxing Odds
Below are some of the other lines for the Eddie Hean promoted event. The George Groves versus Martin Murray grudge match for British bragging rights currently has the mosst competitive line of the five fights available. Check back later in the week for updated lines.

Heavyweight 12 rounds -
Dominic Breazeale +2000 o3½ +310
Anthony Joshua -4000 u3½ -400

Super Middlewweight 12 rounds -
Martin Murray +240 o9½ -300
George Groves -280 u9½ +220

Super Lightweight 12 rounds -
Andrea Scarpa +365
John Wayne Hibbert -460

Middlewweight 12 rounds -
Tom Doran +1400
Chris Eubank Jnr -2500

Heavyweight 6 rounds -
Cyril Leonet +1200
Dillian Whyte -2250