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Old 08-04-2011, 02:30 PM #51
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Originally Posted by jabsRstiff View Post
From what I remember, only one house put odds on Douglas-Tyson...42-1.

I seriously doubt the odds for Spinks-Ali were that humongous.
Only one outlet actually bothered to put the ODDs for Spinks vs Ali....it was 8-1 ,in a sense yea...Douglas was a far greater underdog.. the interest (or disinterest ) shown was similar.
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