Pay per head sportsbooks believe that Tony Bellew is the one to take down Canadian light-heavyweight Adonis Stevenson and clinch the WBC title.
Pay per head sportsbooks know that on November 30, the Liverpool fighter will go to Quebec City for a second shot at a world title, as he lost on points to Nathan Cleverly when the WBO crown was in jeopardy two years ago.
Stevenson, otherwise known as Superman due to his incredible punching power, and a favourite with price per head services, had 19 of his 22 victories by knockout, but it is his only loss to Darnell Boone in 2010 that the fighter remembers better than most of his wins.
“I think I am the Kryptonite – that is the best way of putting it,” Bellew said.
And pay per head sportsbooks will see if his brand of Kryptonite will effectively take down Superman.
“He has got this moniker, this slogan, this Superman thing – but at the end of the day the cold, hard fact is he has been knocked out by a journeyman, a guy that has won 20 fights and lost 20.
“I am better than Darnell Boone. I am better than any fighter in the world who has won 20 and lost 20. That is a fact.
“They hype Stevenson up to be the next coming of Mike Tyson but, the fact of the matter is, he is just a little man with a huge punch.
“I am going to defuse that punch and just turn him into a little man. November 30 can’t come soon enough. I’m excited and really happy. I am in a good place at the minute and really looking forward to the fight.
“This is the biggest opportunity of my life. I can’t put the magnitude of this fight into words. Not only am I fighting for the WBC title, I’m fighting for The Ring magazine belt as well.
“That says, when you hold that title, you are the best fighter in the light-heavyweight division – no questions, ifs or buts. You are the best.
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“The hype around Stevenson is huge in America. Everyone wants to see this big (Sergey) Kovalev-Stevenson fight happen, but they are not going to see it because I am going to turn this division on its head on November 30.”