Demetrius Andrade Vs Jason Quigley: Odds, Betting Preview, and Pick

Demetrius Andrade Vs Jason Quigley
TournamentMiddleweight Fight
TimetableSaturday 19th November at approximately 03.00 BST
PredictionAndrade to win by points
OddsBetway: Andrade 1/20
Andrade to win by points
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Odds : 1/20
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Odds : 1/16
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Odds : 1/16
Bet €100 on Andrade and get a return of €106.25

Demetrius Andrade is scheduled to take on Jason Quigley at the SNHU Arena in New Hampshire on Friday 19th of November. This Middleweight division bout will be fought over 12 rounds, with the weight limit for the fight being 160 pounds or 72.6 kilograms. This fight is for the right to be declared the WBO middleweight champion of the world. This preview will tell you everything that you should know about this bout.

Andrade Vs Quigley Odds, Betting Line, and Preview

Demetrius Andrade1/161/201/161/20
Jason Quigley6/16/16/16/1

As is clear from the odds provided in the table that we have provided above, Andrade is the favourite to go ahead and win this fight by a large margin. If you enjoy doing some boxing betting and place €10 on him to win with a bookie such as Betway, then you will end up walking away with a profit of €0.50 if he does indeed go on to win the fight.

On the other hand, if you put €10 on Quigley causing an upset with the same bookmaker, then you will earn yourself a profit of €60 if he goes on to win the fight. The fact that you can earn €59.50 more for betting the same value on Quigley goes to show the huge underdog that he is.

Demetrius Andrade will enter the ring with a record of 30 win, 0 draws, and 0 defeats, with 18 of these wins coming courtesy of a knockout. On the other hand. Quigley will enter the ring with a record of 19 wins, 0 draws, and 1 defeat, with 14 of those wins being via knockout.

The stats show us the Quigley has the power advantage over Andrade, thanks to his 74% knockout percentage compared to Andrade's 60%. Andrade is the older of the men by three years, but we honestly do not think that this age gap will have any impact on who will go on to win the fight. Andrade is one inch taller than Quigley and has a 2-inch reach advantage, and once again we do not think that this will have a bearing on the outcome of the fight.

Out of the two boxers, Andrade is the more experience fighter, having fought in 10 more fights, making his debut back in 2008, which was five years and eight months earlier than what Quigley did. Andrade will enter this fight ranked as the third best middleweight fighter, while Quigley is ranked as the 10th best.

From his last five fights, Andrade has won them all, knocking down two of his opponents. In the last fight that he fought in on the 17th of April 2021, he defeated Liam Williams by unanimous decision at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Florida, United States.

Quigley, on the other hand, has won four of his last five bouts, stopping two of his opponents and going the distance two times. In his last bout on the 29th of May 2021, he beat Shane Mosely Junior by majority decision at the Michelob Ultra Arena in Nevada.

With regard to recent activity, Andrade has fought more than Quigley. The former last stepped into the ring six months and 23 days ago, while the latter last stepped into the ring five months and 11 days ago.

Andrade's last five bouts have come over a time frame of three years and 20 days, which means that he has had a fight on roughly every seven months and 11 days. During these five fights, he has fought in 57 rounds, which means that each fight lasts an average of 11.4 rounds.

On the other hand, Quigley's last five bouts have come over a time frame of four years, seven months, and 17 days, which means he has a fight on average every 11 months and four days. In these fights, he has fought 38 rounds, which means that each fight has lasted an average of 7.6 rounds.

Demetrius Andrade Vs Jason Quigley: Our Pick

When you look at the odds for this fight, everything points to a fight that is over in a round or two and in the favour of Andrade. However, we expect the Irishman to give the undefeated American a very tough time of it in the ring. If Quigley enters this fight with the correct game plan, then he could go ahead and cause an upset. However, Andrade's elusive style will more than likely give Quigley plenty of issues, and should be enough to see Andrade win by points.

Prediction: Andrade to win on points.

Demetrius Andrade vs Jason Quigley: Best Bet

Quigley enters this fight with a higher knockout percentage than Andrade, but we feel that Andrade's ability to evade the big hits in the ring will serve him in good stead here. Both fighters have pretty good stamina and their fights often last somewhere in the region of 8 to 11 rounds on average, so we think that there is a pretty good chance that this will be another long fight. If you do not want to risk Andrade winning on points, then opt for over 8.5 rounds.

Best bet: Over 8.5 rounds in the fight.

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the Andrade Vs Quigley Fight?

This fight will take place on the 18th of November at the SNHU Arena in New Hampshire.

Who Will Win This Fight?

The bookies have Andrade as the clear favourite to win this bout. We do think that he will go on to win it, but we also think that it will end up being a lot closer than many boxing fans and pundits think.

Andrade to win by points