Robson Conceicao vs Humberto Galindo Betting Odds and Prediction

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Robson Conceicao vs Humberto Galindo Preview September 15th, 2023

Brazil’s Robson Conceicao is back in action this Friday, September 15th when he takes on Humberto Galindo of West Covina, California in an eight-round junior lightweight tilt. The fight from Corpus Christi, Texas can be seen live in America on ESPN+, ESPN and ESPN Deportes while fans in the UK can catch it on Sky Sports Arena and those in Canada can view it on TSN 2. Conceicao last fought in June when his bout with Nicolas Polanco was called a no-contest after two rounds as Polanco received an accidental head butt and couldn’t come out for the third round. Galindo dropped Raymond Muratalla in the opening round in March in his last outing but was dropped himself in the fourth round and stopped in the ninth.

Conceicao vs Galindo Betting Odds

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

  • Humberto Galindo +1100
  • Robson Conceicao -2500

My Pick

The 34-year-old Conceicao is best known for his defeat to Shakur Stevenson, his controversial unanimous-decision loss to Oscar Valdez in September, 2021 in a shot at the WBC Super Featherweight Crown and for winning a gold medal at the 2018 Olympics in his homeland of Brazil as a lightweight. He also competed at the 2012 Olympics in London, England where he was beaten by Josh Taylor in his first contest and fought at the 2008 games in Beijing, China where he was also beaten in his first fight.

In addition, Conceicao competed in several World Amateur Championships and dropped a close decision to Vasyl Lomachenko in 2011. He’s built a record of 17-2 as a pro since with 8 Ko’s for a 47.1 per cent knockout ratio and has gone the distance in four of his last five fights. He stands just over 5-feet-10 inches tall with a 70-inch reach and has boxed 117 rounds since making his pro debut in 2016.

Conceicao’s only fights against top-notch competition as a pro were against Stevenson and Valdez and he fell short but arguably should have earned the decision against Valdez despite being docked a point in the ninth round for hitting the champion behind the head. The Brazilian’s biggest wins so far have been against the likes of Xavier Martinez, Luis Coria, Carlos Ruiz, Edgar Cantu, Joey Laviolette and Eduardo Pereira Dos Reis. He has a decent chin but was dropped in the second round by Coria in 2020 and was deducted two points for low blows.

The 23-year-old Galindo fights out of Mexico and climbs through the ropes with a 14-3-1 record with 11 Ko’s. He made his pro debut in 2017 as a teenager and has boxed 63 rounds since. Galindo measures 5-feet-8-inches tall with an unlisted reach, so gives up 2.5-inches in height to Canceicao. As far as power is concerned, Galindo has quite a bit of it as 78.6 per cent of his wins have come by stoppage. This includes his last four victories but he’s lost three of his last four contests.

Galindo’s first defeat came at the hands of Brayan Rodriguez by six-round split decision in January, 2021; to Artem Harutyunyan by 10-round unanimous decision in June, 2022 for the WBC International Lightweight title and by stoppage to Muratalla the last time out in March. His lone draw was a four-round affair with Carlos Duran in his second pro outing. Just five of Galindo’s 18 opponents have had winning records and they were the last five, and he went 2-3 against them.


Conceicao has plenty of talent and experience while Galindo is young but has struggled when stepping up in class even though he has pretty good power. Conceicao can’t under-estimate Galindo but he should leave the ring with a win and if he fights to his potential should also have a good chance of stopping Galindo, which may be the best bet here.

Conceicao has the decided edge in experience and skill.

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