Chantelle Cameron vs Katie Taylor Betting Odds and Prediction

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Chantelle Cameron vs Katie Taylor Preview November 25th, 2023 

Katie Taylor of Ireland, who currently holds the WBC, WBA, IBF, and WBO World Female Lightweight Titles, will be stepping up in weight once again to try to dethrone unbeaten and Undisputed Super Lightweight Champion Chantelle Cameron of England this Saturday, November 25th. The fight from Dublin, Ireland can be seen live on DAZN in most nations and is a rematch of their May battle which Cameron won by 10-round majority decision.

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Cameron vs Taylor Betting Odds

Here are the betting odds from online sportsbook (full review here).

  • Katie Taylor +160
  • Chantelle Cameron -200

My Pick

Cameron is 32 years old and has boxed a total of 125 rounds since making her pro debut in 2017. As an amateur, she captured a silver medal as a light-welterweight at the 2010 EU Championships and a bronze as a lightweight at the 2011 EU Championships, where she lost to Taylor in the semi-finals. She now carries around a perfect mark of 18-0 with 8 Ko’s with a current knockout ratio of 44.4 per cent. However, she’s gone the distance in her last four bouts and in seven of the past eight.

Cameron won the vacant IBO Inter-Continental Title in 2017 when she stopped Edith Ramos in the third round and took the vacant IBO Lightweight Crown in her next fight by halting Viviane Obenauf in the sixth round. The vacant WBC Silver Lightweight Title was added when she beat Jessica Gonzalez by unanimous decision in 2018. Cameron won the vacant WBC Super Lightweight Belt in 2020 when she beat an overweight Adriana dos Santos Araujo by unanimous decision.

She wasn’t finished there though as Cameron took the IBF Super Lightweight title from Mary McGee by unanimous decision in 2021 and added the vacant WBA, WBO and IBO versions by beating Jessica McCaskill by unanimous decision last November. Cameron, who hails from Northampton, measures 5-feet-8-inches tall with a 69-inch reach and she started kickboxing as a 10-year-old then switched to Muay Thai six years later and began boxing at the age of 18.

The 37-year-old Taylor enters the ring with an impressive record of 22-1 with 6 Ko’s and has boxed 194 rounds since making her pro debut in 2016 following a wonderful amateur career. She won a gold medal at the 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2016 AIBA World Boxing Championships and also captured a gold medal at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London, England. She returned to the Olympics in 2016 in Rio de Janeiro and lost in her first bout after receiving a bye in the first round of action.

Taylor is quite a celebrity in her homeland as she was honoured with the International Boxing Association (AIBA) World Female Boxer of the Year Award in 2010, the People of the Year Awards – Sportsperson of the Year and the RTÉ Sports Person of the Year in 2012 as well as the Irish Times/Irish Sports Council Sportswoman of the Year for 2014. Taylor has exceptional boxing skills but not much in the way of power as her current knockout ratio stands at just 27.3 per cent. Her last stoppage came in 2019 and she’s gone the distance in her last 10 outings.

Taylor gives up three inches in height and reach to Cameron as she stands 5-feet-5-inches tall with a 66-inch reach and won her first professional world title in 2017. She’s beaten some of the top female boxers over the years with wins over Amanda Serrano, Anahi Esther Sanchez, Jessica McCaskill, Jennifer Han, Victoria Noelia Bustos, Cindy Serrano, Natasha Jonas, Eva Wahlstrom, Rose Volante, Delfine Persoon, and Christina Linardatou. Taylor has weighed between 132.5 lbs and 139.5 lbs as a pro and has also captured the WBO World Female Super Lightweight Title along the way when she beat Christine Linardatou by unanimous decision in 2019.


Cameron is younger, bigger and has more power than Taylor but hasn’t faced the same quality of opposition as a pro. She was also beaten by Taylor at the 2011 European Championships but she deservedly won their first meeting in hostile territory in Dublin. This should be another exciting fight between the pair and I’m leaning toward Cameron coming out on top again. She’s five years younger than Taylor, isn’t too concerned about fighting in Taylor’s backyard as she’s already beaten her there and should have confidence and momentum going her way. I think Taylor has lost two of her last three fights now as I believe Amanda Serrano should have gotten the nod over her in 2022, but Taylor won a split decision. Fans should note that this will still be a 10-round fight with two-minute rounds.

Cameron just needs to replicate her performance of their first pro meeting.

Play: Cameron -200 @

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