Saturday Night Boxing Odds From The StubHub - Top Rank boxing comes to us this Saturday night with a pay-per-view event live from the StubHub Center in Carson, California that sees three WBO world titles at play in the featured bouts.

WBO world featherweight champion Oscar Valdez (21-0) faces off against Colombia's Miguel Marriaga (25-1) in the evenings main event. The 26 year old Valdez is making the second defense of the title he captured back in July of 2016. Marriaga is best remembered for his June of 2015 loss to Nicholas Walters but he has put in the work and gone 5-0 since then to earn another shot at a world title.

WBO world super bantamweight titleholder Jessie Magdaleno (24-0) is making the first defense of his title against Brazil's Adeilson Dos Santos (18-2). Dos Santos is most recognizxed for is September of 2014 loss to Kid Galahad in England, but he has gone 4-1 since that loss, includ9ing a September of 026 win in Brazil that earned him and interim WBO Latino title. He isn't expected to be in the neighborhood technique wise with the crisp Magdaleno.

And the WBO world belt at super middleweight is being defended by champion Gilberto Ramirez (34-0) as he faces Ukranian Max Bursak (33-4-1). Ramirez is a massive favorite against Bursak, who despite his long resume is making his debut in the United States.

 
Saturday Night Boxing Odds From The StubHub
No really appealing lines being offered for the fights as the champions are expected to retain their belts but the match-ups are expected to be highly entertaining and the main event may be much more competitive than the line hints at.

StubHub Center - Carson, California - PPV

Featherweight 12 rounds -
Miguel Marriaga +800 o6½ -215
Oscar Valdez -1250 u6½ +170

Super Middleweight 12 rounds -
Max Bursak +4500 o9½ -150
Gilberto Ramirez -11000 u9½ +120

Super Bantamweight 12 rounds -
Adeilson Dos Santos +2750
Jessie Magdaleno -6000

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