Craig McEwan favourite to claim Prizefighter Light Middleweight III trophy

3 Nov

Press release – Betfair

Betfair punters make Scottish fighter Craig McEwan the 7-4 favourite to win the final Betfair Prizefighter of 2012, the Light Middleweight III event at York Hall in Bethnal Green, London, tonight. Edinburgh-born McEwan, who has spent most of his career boxing in America, will be hoping to triumph on his return to the UK. The 30-year-old looks like the man to beat in the fight for the £32,000 winner’s cheque.

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The inexperienced Larry Ekundayo, with just two previous fights to his name, is next in the betting at 11-4 to lift the coveted trophy, the novice having looked particularly impressive during those previous bouts. Hard-hitting Curtis Valentine is an 8-1 shot, as is McEwan’s fellow Scot, Kris Carslaw.

12-1 chance Navid Mansouri, Ryan Toms at 18-1, 19-1 shot Terry Carruthers and Peter Vaughan, available at 24-1, complete the line-up for boxing card.

Betfair’s Alex Bake said: “We’re excited to be back at York Hall for the final Betfair Prizefighter of the year. The Scots look on great form and our punters are backing McEwan to come out on top. But with a brand new £2,000 bonus on offer for a KO victory, expect lots of big punches to be thrown, and when that happens every fighter is in with a chance.”

To win Betfair Prizefighter boxing Light Middleweight III – Betfair bet: 7-4 Craig McEwan, 11-4 Larry Ekundayo, 8-1 Curtis Valentine, Kris Carslaw, 12-1 Navid Mansouri, 18-1 Ryan Toms, 19-1 Terry Carruthers, 24-1 Peter Vaughan.

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