Alan Alger has been quoted 18 times. The two most recent articles where Alan Alger has been quoted are Anthony Joshua’s next opponent: Deontay Wilder and Wladimir Klitschko current favourites and The odds on Wladimir Klitschko retiring after Anthony Joshua fight. Most recently, Alan Alger was quoted as having said, “With many heavyweights queueing up to face Anthony Joshua, we make WBC Champion Deontay Wilder 3/1 joint favourite to face the Brit next in a mega unification fight. Elsewhere, mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev or a rematch with Klitschko at the same odds seem viable options for AJ, and a domestic dust-up with David Haye isn't out of the question at 5/1.”.
With Promoter Eddie Hearn considering a number of venues around the world for the AJ-Klitschko rematch, Cardiff and Las Vegas have emerged as the front-runners in the betting. A fight under the roof in Cardiff has opened up as the favourite at 6/4, [...]
With many heavyweights queueing up to face Anthony Joshua, we make WBC Champion Deontay Wilder 3/1 joint favourite to face the Brit next in a mega unification fight. Elsewhere, mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev or a rematch with Klitschko at the sam[...]
Saturday promises to be one of the biggest nights in British boxing history and a monster amount of money will be exchanged between punters and bookies on the night. Anthony Joshua has proved very popular at 4/9, whilst we've never seen so much mone[...]
Tony Bellew is eyeing a heavyweight title clash in his next fight and the betting suggests he has current WBC champion Deontay Wilder or WBO champion Joseph Parker firmly in his sights. Bellew rocked the heavyweight division when beating David Haye [...]
With the fighters so evenly matched, we go 10/11 that the destination of the IBF Welterweight belt will come down to a judges' decision.
Nothing is set in stone, but at 4/11 the odds suggest that Manny Pacquiao and Amir Khan will tie up a deal to fight in 2017. Abu Dhabi or Dubai are rumoured to be ready to stump up the $30m+ to stage the fight and we go 2/5 that the UAE hosts Khan-P[...]
"According to reports, Mayweather-McGregor is happening. I can't remember anything like this ever before, but pricing the fight hasn't been difficult and we make Floyd Mayweather Jr long odds-on at 1/12. Conor McGregor will have his supporters and t[...]
"Kell Brook has got to make a call on whether he stays at 147lbs or steps up to light-middleweight. At the moment, the odds strongly suggest he'll be defending his IBF welterweight belt against Errol Spence Jr". "Mandatory challenger Spence is 2/5 t[...]
It seems a step up to 154lbs is still a fight or two away, with the likes of Miguel Cotto and Erislandy Lara distant 16/1 shots to face Brook next.
"Manny Pacquiao v Jeff Horn is 1/2 to take place Down Under, as the Aussie's promoters press hard to make Brisbane the confirmed venue". "Nothing is set in stone, though, and the traders have priced up the US at 5/1 to host the welterweight title fi[...]
"Looking past the Molina fight, punters have been happy to take the 1/5 that Klitschko is Joshua's first opponent in the new year". "David Haye needs a belt before AJ's sucked into that fight, while Joshua is 9/2 to be lured into a bout with Price b[...]
Brook-Khan would be a lively contest and the betting suggests the possibility of that fight hangs in the balance. We go 4/7 it goes ahead in 2017 and 5/4 it doesn't.
"Eddie Hearn has mentioned a possible matchup with Kubrat Pulev for some time but he's weak in the market to be Anthony Joshua's next opponent at 11/4.
The betting suggests both Joseph Parker and Bermane Stiverne are more likely propositions, with the latter favourite to secure the bout at evens. Stiverne packs plenty of power and would be a good test for young Joshua's chin. Similarly the 37-year-[...]
"Anthony Joshua is a star in the making, and it's more a question of when, rather than if, he'll win on Saturday. While he might not beat his personal best of an 83-second victory, we still think AJ will make short work of Dillian Whyte. Fans of the[...]
12/1 to beat Fury, Klitschko and Deontay Wilder in the next two and a half years will probably be looked back upon as mightily generous odds.
"Tyson Fury and [Vitali] Klitschko had both failed to stop Kevin Johnson, which makes Anthony Joshua's pummelling of the American within two rounds all the more special". "Although he'll probably fight Dillian Whyte first, a mouth-watering bout agai[...]
"Anthony Joshua is as impressive a heavyweight as we've seen in a long time, and he'll want to show that he's fully recovered from a back injury by dispatching Gavern in short order on Saturday."