Jermall Charlo vs Jose Benavidez Jr. Betting Line and How To Bet Guide

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It’s fight day! Jermall Charlo will return to the boxing ring for the first time in over two years when he faces Jose Benavidez Jr. in a 10-round non-title fight at the Michelob Ultra Arena in Las Vegas this evening (Saturday, November 25th). The fight will be the co-main event, with David Benavidez vs Demetrius Andrade headlining the Showtime PPV.

Charlo is 32-0 in his career and is the current WBC middleweight champion. Charlo won the WBC interim middleweight belt back in April of 2018 (promoted to full champion in 2019) and defended his belt five times up until his last fight in June of 2021. Personal issues have kept Charlo out of the ring for the past 2.5 years, but he’s now ready to make his return and a decisive win should set up big fights for Charlo as he enters his mid-30s.

Jose Benavidez Jr. holds a 28-2-1 record in his boxing career. He’s no stranger to big fights having fought Terence Crawford for the WBO welterweight title in 2018 (losing by 12th round TKO) and losing a majority decision to Danny Garcia last year. Although his two high profile fights have not gone his way Benavidez Jr. is a dangerous fighter and that high level experience should help him when he enters the ring against this third high profile opponent of his career.

On this page I’ve outlined the odds for the Charlo vs Benavidez Jr. boxing match and provided a simple three step guide you can follow to bet on the fight online.

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Jermall Charlo vs Jose Benavidez Jr. Odds

Here are the odds for the Charlo vs Benavidez fight from (odds taken on November 25th – the morning of fight night):

Fight Winner Odds

  • Jermall Charlo -700
  • Jose Benavidez Jr. +450

Jermall Charlo is a -700 favorite to win the fight. Based on these odds, Charlo has an implied probability of 87.5% to earn the victory. Jose Benavidez Jr. is the underdog with odds of +450 implying a probability of 18.2% that Benavidez earns the upset win. The extra 5.7% is the vig.

If you think Charlo wins this fight at least 88% of the time then there’s still value betting on Charlo at odds of -700, while if you think Benavidez gets his hand raised at least 19% of the time then there’s value betting on Benavidez to pull off the upset.

The odds for the fight could change leading up to fight night on Saturday evening. To see the current odds head to, open the ‘Boxing’ drop down menu and select ‘Bouts’.

BetOnline also has a few other betting markets available for the fight including total rounds, round betting, and method of victory.

How To Bet On Charlo vs Benavidez Online

Follow this three step guide to bet on the Charlo vs Benavidez Jr. fight.

Step 1. Open A Betting Account

The first step is to open an account with an online sportsbook that is taking bets on the fight and accepts bettors from your location., our top rated betting site, checks both of these boxes by offering betting lines for the fight and accepting bettors from around the world, including the United States.

Click here to visit, select ‘Join Now’ on the home page and complete the sign up form to open your account.

Step 2. Deposit

You will now have to fund your account with the money you want to bet on the fight.

After logging into your BetOnline account click the ‘Deposit’ button. Choose your preferred deposit method, enter the amount, and follow the instructions to fund your account.

BetOnline accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Bitcoin, Ethereum, and more depending on your location. You can withdraw through most of the same methods, as well as by bank wire or check.

Step 3. Place Your Bets

You will find the Charlo vs Benavidez Jr. odds by opening the ‘Boxing’ drop down menu and selecting ‘Bouts’. Here’s a screenshot of the odds for the fight (taken on November 25th):

Select the odds of the boxer you want to bet on and enter your risk amount on the Bet Slip. If you’re satisfied with the bet amount and potential payout, click ‘Place Bet’ to make the wager.

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