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William Hill boosted odds offer: Anthony Joshua 25/1 or Jermaine Franklin 175/1!

William Hill are offering boosted odds on the winner of the Anthony Joshua vs Jermaine Franklin fight at the O2 Arena on Saturday.

New customers can get amazing boosted odds of 25/1 on Joshua returning to winning ways by beating Franklin, well up from the SP of 1/14, reflecting his anticipating dominance in the fight.

The offer is available to new customers only and expires at 10pm on Saturday, 1 April with a maximum £1 stake.

To qualify for the offer, simply follow these steps:

  • Register at William Hill before the start of the fight (1st of April 22.00pm)
  • Deposit £10 or more using the William Hill promo code EP25AJ or EP175JF.

Once registered, place a £1 bet on either Joshua or Franklin to win and you will be credited with 1 X £25 or 7 X £25 free bets (total value of £25 or £1175), paid within 48 hours of the event ending.

Bonus winnings are paid in William Hill free bet credits. These are not subject to any wagering/rollover requirements but free bet stakes are not returned with any winnings.

Joshua’s journey has been a significant downfall from his initial burst onto the world boxing scene, where he was touted as a promising prospect. Unfortunately, after suffering an unexpected loss to Andy Ruiz Jr in 2019, he has now faced three defeats in his last five bouts.

He still harbors an outside hope of a title challenge this summer and given his high profile he could attract enough attention to warrant a shot, but such was the reaction from Joshua after his last defeat that one more poor fight could spell the end of his boxing career.

Joshua’s return to the O2 is significant, and he will be hoping a partisan home crowd will inspire him to maintain a perfect KO record at the stadium, where he currently has seven wins by KO in seven fights – boxing for a total of just 55 minutes across those seven.

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Will Jackson

Content Manager Sports journalist, formerly of PA Media, latterly a PR manager before moving into the content world with the group. Long-suffering Leeds United and Yorkshire fan.

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