1. Outright Betting

All boxing matches include an opportunity to bet on the draw/technical draw outcome in all relevant markets, with the exception of bets on 15. WBBS (World Boxing Super Series). If the fight ends in a draw or the result is announced ringside as being a technical draw this outcome will be settled as the winner and bets placed on all other outcomes will be deemed losing bets. If a fight is declared a ‘No Contest’ all bets will be made void and stakes returned, unless the outcome of the betting market has already been determined.

2. Round Betting

If any fighter fails to answer the bell at the beginning of a round, the fight is deemed to have finished in the previous round for the purposes of round by round betting. If the fight ends in a Technical Decision before the scheduled fight distance all bets will be settled as a win by decision. All bets will be settled on the official result from the WBA (World Boxing Association).

3. Postponed fights

Bets on postponed fights will stand for 30 days. If either fighter is replaced with another fighter all bets will be void and stakes returned.

4. To Win on Points

If a points decision is awarded before the full number of rounds are completed, or a boxer is disqualified, bets will be settled on the round in which the fight was stopped. The bet 'To Win on Points' will only come into effect if the full number of rounds is completed.

5. Change to scheduled rounds

When a change in scheduled rounds takes place either increasing or decreasing the total rounds all bets will be made void on the fight except for “ To Win The Fight” . 

6. Championship/Belt Betting

If the championship or belt being fought over is changed in any way, all bets stand so long as the competitors are the same.

7. Settlement of Bets

Bets will be settled on the official result given in the ring after the bout has concluded, and will not be affected by any future appeals or amendments (unless the amendment was made as a result of a human error made when announcing the result)

8. Tournament Betting

For tournament betting (e.g Prizefighter, Super 6), all bets will stand on any boxer who starts the tournament.  If a fighter withdraws after taking any part in the tournament, he will be settled as a loser.

9. Prizefighter

All in Run or Not, Including Reserve Fighter(s). If the Reserve fails to compete they will be settled as a loser.

10. To be Knocked Down

A fighter is deemed to have been knocked down if the referee performs a mandatory 8 count or if the fighter is ko’d and no count is necessary. Anything deemed a slip by the referee does not count. 

11. Total Rounds (Over/Under)

If a half round is stated in this market (eg over 9.5) then 1 minute 30 seconds of the respective round will define the half to determine under or over for settlement.

12. Round Group Betting

You are betting on which group of rounds the fight will be won in. This can be by KO, TKO or disqualification. If the fight ends in a Technical Decision before the scheduled fight distance all bets will be settled as a win by decision.

13. Maximum Payout Limits

Please see here for Maximum Payout Details

14. Technical Decision / TKO or T.K.O

A "technical decision" happens when a fight has to be stopped because of an accidental injury. If the fight surpassed a certain number of rounds, judges' scorecards can be used to determine a winner. A technical knockout (TKO or T.K.O.), or stoppage, is declared when the referee or official ring physician decide that a fighter cannot safely continue the match.

15. WBSS (World Boxing Super Series)

If the fight is deemed a draw, then the result will be settled on the boxer that progresses through to the next round.

16. Potential Fights

Any bets placed on potential fights will stand providing the fight takes part anytime during the calendar year specified. If the fight does not take place by the 31st December of the year specified, then all bets placed will be made void.

 

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