Boxing

General Rules

  1. A fight is defined as having started once the bell is sounded for the beginning of the first round.
  2. Should there be a withdrawal or a substitution of one of the boxers concerned, bets will be void.
  3. In the event of a no contest being declared or a technical draw being declared within the first four rounds, all bets will be made void unless the outcome of a particular market has already been decided.
  4. If a bout is postponed, bets are void with the exception of the Olympic Games, where bets will stand on the bout if it is fought before the closing ceremony.
  5. The bell will signal the end of a round and the bell being sounded again will signal the start of the next round. Therefore, a boxer who withdraws after the bell is sounded to signal the start of the next round will be deemed to have lost in that round, even if there is no competitive action in that round.

Bout Betting

  1. Predict the boxer who will win the fight. A price will be offered for a draw and in the event of that occurring bets on either boxer to win will be lost.
  2. Outright bets are settled on the result as declared in the ring and are not subject to any revisions or amendments made after the boxers have left the ring.
  3. In the event of a no contest being declared or a technical draw being declared within the first four rounds, all bets will be made void.

Round by Round Betting

  1. Predict the round in which your selection will win the fight.
  2. Betting on rounds is determined by a boxer winning by a KO, TKO or a disqualification during the round. In the event of a Technical Decision (TD) before the end of the fight, all bets will be settled as win by decision.
  3. If for any reason the selected number of rounds on which we are betting is changed, all round by round bets will be void.
  4. If a boxer withdraws during the period between rounds, the fight is deemed to have ended in the previous round.
  5. The start of the next round will be signified by the bell ringing and fighter to leave his corner.
  6. The bell will signal the end of a round and the bell being sounded again will signal the start of the next round. Therefore, a boxer who withdraws after the bell is sounded to signal the start of the next round will be deemed to have lost in that round even if there is no competitive action in that round.

Method of Result

  1. Predict the method by which the result of the fight will be decided.
  2. A price will be offered for the draw and in the event of a draw stakes are lost on a KO, TKO, Decision, Technical Decision or a Disqualification. In the event of a technical draw, bets are void.
  3. KO is defined as a boxer being knocked to the canvas and not being able to continue either by failing to get up before the count reaches 10 or by the referee determining during/after the count that the fighter is unable to continue.

    TKO is defined as the referee intervening to stop the fight while the boxer is still standing, but is deemed to be in immediate danger and/or is unable to defend themselves and has not received a count. TKO is also the method of result when a fighters corner ends the fight/throws in the towel or a fighter does not get up from his stool to re-engage.
  4. DQ is defined as the fight being stopped by the referee after one fighter has either repeatedly or seriously violates the rules of the bout. The disqualified fighter automatically loses the fight.
  5. A Technical Decision is declared when a fight has to be stopped after an accidental injury is suffered by one of the fighters. The referee will then refer to the judges' scorecards to decide the result of the fight. In this instance, Technical Decision will be the method of victory and points/decision will be the winner in round betting/group round betting.
  6. Method of result declared in the ring immediately after the fight will be used for settlement.

Grouped Round Betting

  1. Predict the group of rounds in which your selection will win the fight.
  2. Betting on groups of rounds is determined by a boxer winning by a KO, TKO or disqualification during the group of rounds. In the event of a Technical Decision (TD) before the end of the fight, all bets will be settled as a win by decision.
  3. If for any reason the selected number of rounds on which we are betting is changed, all round by round bets will be void.
  4. If a boxer withdraws during the period between rounds, the fight is deemed to have ended in the previous round.
  5. The bell will signal the end of a round and the bell being sounded again will signal the start of the next round. Therefore, a boxer who withdraws after the bell is sounded to signal the start of the next round will be deemed to have lost in that round, even if there is no competitive action in that round.

Total Rounds

  1. Predict whether the fight will finish under or over a specified number of rounds.
  2. Where a half is stated in a three-minute round, 1 minute 30 seconds will define the half for over/under betting. The same principle will be used for a two-minute round, etc. If the over/under total lands on exactly half of a round, bets will be void.

Tournament Winner

  1. Predict the official winner of the tournament.
  2. Bets will be settled on the official standings immediately following the last bout in the tournament and any subsequent amendments to the result will not affect bets. Stakes will be lost on any boxers who withdraw after the start of the tournament. Reserves and substitutes do not count for betting purposes and bets will be settled on the result 'without any reserves or substitutes'.

To Score a Knockdown

  1. Predict whether a boxer will knock down his opponent.
  2. A knockdown occurs when the opponent is either knocked out or receives a mandatory 8 count. Anything deemed a slip by the referee will not count as a knockdown.

To Go the Distance

Predict whether or not the fight will go the full scheduled number of rounds and be decided on points.

  1. All bets are settled on the official result at the end of a fight.
  2. If the scheduled number of rounds in a fight change, bets placed on this market will stand.
  3. If a boxer takes no part in the fight, bets placed on this market will be void.
  4. If a boxer is disqualified or retires from a fight, bets placed on this market will stand.
  5. Bets placed on this market will be settled immediately after the event is finished.
  6. In the event the fight is decided by a Technical Decision (TD) in which the fight has not completed the scheduled rounds, bets will be deemed as not going the distance and settled as No. In the event of a no contest, bets will be made void.
    - Adjustments to settlement for any changes or adjudications made by governing bodies after the event will be made by 6:00am EST the following day.
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