Boxing Odds – Leapai vs Scott Friday Night!

Alex “The Lionheart” Leapai is in the process of trying to rebuild his career and earn another shot at the heavyweight title after coming up short in his last bout against champion Wladimir Klitschko which was a tough loss that damaged his credibility as a true contender. Malik Scott is also trying to get back on track after a bad stretch of bouts that his eroded confidence in his ability to become a top shelf contender. Alex “The Lionheart” Leapai will face Malik Scott on Friday night at the Logan Metro Sports Center in Crestmead, Queensland, Australia in a scheduled 10 round bout. Leapai opened as a -140 favorite with the Boxing odds while Scott was a +110 dog.

Malik Scott

The 34 year old Malik Scott stands at six feet four inches tall with a reach of 81 inches. Scott is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he still resides. Scott fights from an orthodox stance. Scott is the 15th heavyweight in the United States and is ranked 47th a career record of 36 wins, two losses, and one draw. Out of his 36 wins a total of 13 have come by knockout. Both of Scott’s losses were knockout losses. Scott has lost two out of his last three bouts and is coming off a knockout loss to Deontay Wilder in the first round of a scheduled 12 round bout that took place on March 15, 2014. ranked in the world. Scott has

Alex “The Lionheart” Leapai

The 35 year old Alex Lepai stands at six feet tall with a reach of 75 inches and fights from an orthodox stance. Leapi is a native of Samoa and now resides in Australia. He is the second ranked Australian heavyweight and is ranked 25th losses, and three draws. Leapai has a total of 24 career knockout wins out of his 30 total victories and has suffered three knockout losses out of his five career defeats. Leapai is coming off a technical knockout loss in the fifth round of a scheduled 12 round world unification heavyweight championship bout against Wladimir Klitschko on April 265, 2014. in the world. He Leapai has a career record of 30 wins, five losses, and three draws. Leapai has a total of 24 career knockout wins out of his 30 total victories and has suffered three knockout losses out of his five career defeats. Leapai is coming off a technical knockout loss in the fifth round of a scheduled 12 round world unification heavyweight championship bout against Wladimir Klitschko on April 265, 2014.

The Pick

We like Leapai to get back on track and rebound from his embarrassing loss to take this one!

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COMMENTS

-The Commish :

Both guys looked so bad in their last outing that I don't know which way to go here. Perhaps, who wants it less? I know. I'll flip a coin. Heads it's Scott. Tails it's Leapai. Hold on a second... Heads. Scott wins. That's how you pick these kind of fights! -Randy G.