Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Mitchell to face Maduma for a right to a world title fight

Ghislain MadumaKevin Mitchell will face Ghislain Maduma on the Carl Froch-George Groves bill for the right to a world title clash, in a fight that is eagerly anticipated by pay per head sportsbooks all over the world.

Price per head services can see that Londoner Mitchell’s fight against the undefeated Canadian will be the latest addition to the undercard on May 31st, and the fight will serve as an IBF lightweight title eliminator, with the winner of the clash facing Miguel Vazquez.

Mitchell’s last world title fight ended when he lost in 2012 to Ricky Burns, but pay per head sportsbooks found out that promoter Eddie Hearn is confident that his man has everything necessary to take the throne away from Marquez, providing that he is able to make it that far.

“This fight carries huge risk but also huge rewards,” said Hearn. “I strongly believe that Kevin can beat Vazquez but he has a massive test in Maduma first at Wembley.

And pay per head sportsbooks also believe that this will be no easy challenge for Mitchell, and are anticipating a very intense showdown when he takes on Maduma.

“Maduma is technically very good and can punch with both hands but Kevin has boxed four times in seven months and is ready to enter deep waters – it’s going to be a cracking fight.”

Pay per head sportsbooks can see that Mitchell’s fight with Maduma is part of a big night of action at Wembley that is topped by Froch’s rematch with Groves.

James DeGale will face Brandon Gonzalez in a final eliminator for the IBF super middleweight belt, and pay per head sportsbooks learned that Jamie McDonnell will take on Tabtimdaeng Na Rachawat for the empty WBA bantamweight title.

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Pay per head sportsbooks also found out that Anthony Joshua, Olympic gold medal winner, will be in action, and many fans can’t wait to see how he will perform this time around.