It’s not the fight that the boxing world wanted, but Anthony Joshua is still back in action on September 22nd as he defends his four world heavyweight titles against Alexander Povetkin, who is the WBA mandatory title challenger. The fight will take place at Wembley Stadium in London and it’s still a big event, especially with the looming potential Joshua vs Wilder fight hopefully taking place early next year if both men are successful in their respective fights.
If you’re a Canadian who wants to bet on this Joshua vs Povetkin fight, simply follow the three step guide I’ve laid out below and you will have action on the fight within minutes.
Bet On Joshua vs Povetkin Boxing in Canada – Guide
Step 1. Join an Online Betting Site
First you will have to open an online betting account. SportsInteraction.com is our top rated betting site for Canadians. They are entirely focused on the Canadian market, which means they cater their bet offerings, deposit/withdrawal options, promotions and customer service to Canadians.
Step 2. Deposit
Next, you will need to deposit the funds you want to bet on the Joshua vs Povetkin fight.
After logging into your account click on the green ‘Cashier’ button in the top right corner, select one of the deposit options and follow the instructions to complete your deposit.
Sports Interaction offers a wide variety of deposit options for Canadians including Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Interac Online, iDebit and various e-wallets.
You can check out our deposit options information page for a further breakdown of the different banking options you can use.
Step 3. Place Your Bets
You’re now ready to place your bets. Here’s a screenshot of the current odds for the fight winner from Sports Interaction. These odds will change as the fight approaches.
To find the odds for the fight on Sports Interaction, go to the ‘Sports’ section of the site and click on ‘Boxing’. Scroll down to September 22nd to find the odds for the Joshua vs Povetkin fight.
Joshua is a big favourite in this one and it would be a massive upset if he lost, but this is boxing and Povetkin definitely has a chance. Don’t sleep on the Russian. He’s 34-1 in his career with his only loss coming to Wladimir Klitscho back in 2012 when Klitscho was still in his prime. Joshua is the rightful favourite, but this is by no means a sure thing.
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