Hiroto Kyoguchi vs Esteban Bermudez Odds, Picks & How to Watch

Hiroto Kyoguchi vs Esteban Bermudez Odds, Picks & How to Watch

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The boxing ring is illuminated prior to the heavyweight unification title fight between IBF, WBO, IBO world champion, Wladimir Klitschko of the Ukraine and WBA world champion David Haye of Britain in the stadium in Hamburg, Germany, Saturday, July 2, 2011. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)

Hiroto Kyoguchi vs Esteban Bermudez goes Friday, June 10th, at 6:00 pm ET
Kyoguchi is highly favored to get it done here
Check out the Kyoguchi vs Bermudez odds, analysis, and predictions, below

Hiroto Kyoguchi vs. Esteban Bermudez transpires at the Domo Alcade in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, and broadcasts on DAZN. The former is hugely favored over the latter in the Hiroto Kyoguchi vs. Esteban Bermudez boxing betting odds, priced at -700.

Let’s analyze the Kyoguchi vs Bermudez odds via Bovada as we provide our best bet for the bout.

Kyoguchi vs Bermudez Odds

Fighter
Odds
Hiroto Kyoguchi
-700
Esteban Bermudez
+380

Odds as of June 7th.

 

 

This fight sees the WBA super champion take on the WBA regular champion at junior flyweight (Kyoguchi and Bermudez, respectively).

Kyoguchi’s Ring Magazine title is also up for grabs in this high-stakes affair.

Hiroto Kyoguchi’s Betting Outlook vs Bermudez

Kyoguchi firmly established his hold on the gold in December 2018. He last fought in March 2021 and is now looking to notch his fourth championship defense throughout this tenure.

The two-division title holder has spent the better part of the last half-decade as some form of world champion and there’s a reason why Kyoguchi is favoured by oddsmakers.

The winner of this is likely to next test skills with WBO champ Elwin Soto. As inferred by Matchroom’s campaigning for Kyoguchi to be locked into that bout.

A ticket to a title unification bout hangs in the balance along with acquiring a valuable world title in the process.

Kyoguchi vs Bermudez Recent Fights

Axel Aragon Vega, win via TKO
Fight 1
Carlos Canizales, win via TKO
Tetsuya Hisada, win via UD
Fight 2
Luis Macias, Technical Draw
Tanawat Nakoon, win via UD
Fight 3
Javier Marquez Clemente, win via TKO
Hekkie Budler, win via TKO
Fight 4
Rosendo Hugo Guarneros, loss via UD

This fight has been exactly one year in the making relative to when it was first ordered.

This is Kyoguchi’s first professional boxing bout in Mexico. While this is a dream for him, it could become a nightmare against Bermudez, who is well tenured on that circuit and has had some big career moments in Mexico.

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Esteban Bermudez’s Betting Outlook vs Kyoguchi

Bermudez last bested an undefeated adversary to claim his hardware. This is good contextual detail as he enters this contest against Kyoguchi who has an unblemished pro record.

Also, his last fight saw him pull off one of the bigger upsets last year in the eyes of many pundits and fans. Can Bermudez repeat this feat over a divisional elite?

These 108-pounders match up pretty well on paper and there is a fair bit of pugilistic parity in this one.

This prizefight is scheduled for twelve rounds and I think there’s some value in pursuing a prop bet surrounding this one not going the distance.

Hiroto Kyoguchi vs. Esteban Bermudez Tale of the Tape

15-0
Record
14-3-2
10
Knockouts
10
5’4
Height
5’7
64″
Reach
Not available
Orthodox
Stance
Orthodox

Kyoguchi vs Bermudez Prediction

I favor the former in this Kyoguchi vs Bermudez clash. A prop bet on Kyoguchi winning via TKO or KO would present good value.

I see this going down in the later rounds and placing a prop bet on a 10-12 round grouping presents solid value.

Pick: Hiroto Kyoguchi (-700)

 

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A part-time writer and full-time broadcaster, Dylan has hosted MMA talk shows Lights Out and Pure Fight Radio with featured guests like Jens Pulver, Roy Nelson, Miesha Tate, and covered some of the biggest MMA promotions like Rumble in the Cage, Unified MMA, and King of the Cage.

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