Boxing free bet on Haye vs Klitschko

It's the fight that promises so much - Haye vs Klitschko - a unification fight that could reignite interest in heavyweight boxing. So get a Paddy Power free bet and double your money on the biggest boxing match for many years.

Paddy Power are offering a bet 10 get 20 deal on the Wladimir Klitschko v David Haye fight this coming Saturday, and have a huge range of odds to keep you interested. With two men who have hit the canvas 14 times in their careers (Klitschko has hit the floor 11 times), the chances of it going the distance do appear relatively slim. That statistic may not bode well for Klitschko, but he's been fighting a higher standard of opponent for a longer amount of time, and Paddy Power have installed him as a massive favourite at 4/7.

In fact, if you're so convinced Klitschko will win, why not stick some money on each round - a round one will will net you £330 for a £10 bet, and the lowest odds per round is 20/1, guaranteeing a return. In fact, the bookies' odds reflect the feeling that if Haye is to win, he's to win early on. Haye's odds start low and lengthen while Klitschko's odds start high and dive.

It will undoubtedly be a case of Haye's speed and agility against Klitschko's extra reach and height advantage, but throw in home advantage for Klitschko and you may think Wlad has the upper hand. That hasn't stopped Haye in the past, though - he's gone "away from home" and come up with the goods on more than one occasion. What does make this match-up extra interesting though is the renowned punching power of both opponents - and their dodgy chins. An early finish may well be one of the more likely outcomes, with Paddy Power saying 3/10 that it will finish before the end of the 12th round.

There are some interesting bets in there that might take your fancy - for example, if Klitschko were to be knocked down AND still win, you can get 11/2, while you can get 5/4 that Haye will be knocked down first.

Find out exactly how to claim the Paddy Power free bet.

published: 27th June 2011 by Free Bet Bookmaker

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