Richard Riakporhe v Fabio Turchi Boxing Predictions & Betting Tips | Sports News

James Luck

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Richard Riakporhe has his eyes on a world title

James Luck

Free boxing tips, best bets and analysis for Richard Riakporhe vs Fabio Turchi from Wembley Arena in London.

where to watch

Sky Sports Action & Main Event, 10 p.m. Saturday

Best bets

More than 7.5 rounds
1pt 10-11 Hills

Preview of the fight

Richard Riakporhe takes on Fabio Turchi in an IBF Final Qualifier at Wembley Arena.

The midnight train is a 1-8 shot to overtake his Italian opponent and the Walworth warrior would be in line for a crack at Mairis Briedis’ IBF world title if he passes this test.

Riakporhe overtook domestic rivals Tommy McCarthy, Chris Billam-Smith and Jack Massey but struggled a bit because of Deion Jumah in March. He eventually stopped the Hammersmith slugger, but it was a less than convincing performance, even though it was another knockout victory.

The Walworth Warrior is a hard-hitting heavyweight, but he’s also quite muscular and stiff, and while the Midnight Train is the likeliest winner of this contest, the bet seems a bit too optimistic.

Turchi is a decent level opponent, and although he lost a close fight to McCarthy in 2019, it’s the Italian’s only loss on the card. He was never stopped and this fight should last a long time.

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