David Haye vs Mark de Mori – Odds & Betting Tips
One of the biggest fights of the year will be taking place on the 16th of January, 2016 at the O2 arena in London, England. Nicknamed “Haye Day” the fight will be David Haye versus Mark de Mori battling in David Haye’s comeback to boxing.
David Haye is well recognized in boxing circles as one of the best boxers of his generation. He is a two-time former world champion boxer coming out of Great Britain winning the unified cruiserweight world championship back in 2008 and also the WBA heavyweight championship back in 2009. Haye does not use a traditional fighting style in the ring making him one of the most exciting boxers to watch. He is known for having exceptional speed and a heavy punch that has led to a 26-2-0 record with 86% of his wins being by KO/TKO. Returning from an injury that had him out of the ring for some time, this fight will be marked as David Haye’s comeback into the arena.
Mark de Mori is also one of the top heavyweight fighters. He is coming out of Perth, Australia so he is a popular name throughout the country. He has been a professional boxer for over a decade and holds a 30-1-2 record. He is a knockout specialist winning 25 of those fights by KO. He is well known in Australia for having beaten Ed Mahone in New Zealand back in 2007. Ranked in the top 10 heavyweight fighters in the world he will be bringing some strong competition to David Haye.
- Australian Betting Organization Estimations
- David Haye likelihood to win at 83%
- Mark de Mori Likelihood to win at 17%
- David Haye if win to win by KO at 89%
- Mark de Mori if win to win by KO at 84%
Best Australian Bookmaker Odds:
David Haye to win: $1.06 bet at SportsBet.com.au
Mark de Mori to win: $11.00 bet at WilliamHill.com.au
David Haye to win by KO: $1.17 bet at Bookmaker.com.au
Mark de Mori to win by KO: $21.00 bet at SportsBet.com.au
Final Analysis & Betting Tip
We feel that Mark de Mori is heavily underestimated in this fight. He has a history of upsets and providing knockout punches in the first round. While we do take into consideration the fact that David Haye is considered one of the best fighters in the last 20 years he is coming off a serious injury which leaves his condition unpredictable. You shouldn’t write off any fighter ranked in the top 10 that has a record like Mark de Mori. Mark de Mori does have a history of asthma so we estimate his best chance to win is by knockout in the first 3 rounds. If the fight goes beyond the first three rounds we believe David Haye is almost certain to win by knockout. We feel the two best odds on the list are David Haye to win by knockout at Bookmaker.com.au and also Mark de Mori to win by knockout at Sportsbet.com.au.