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Shakur Stevenson vs Robson Conceicao Odds, Picks & How to Watch

Dylan Bowker

by Dylan Bowker in Boxing

Sep 20, 2022 · 11:00 AM PDT

Shakur Stevenson speaks to media
Shakur Stevenson beat Joet Gonzalez for the WBO world featherweight title Saturday night at the RSCVA convention center. Shakur Stevenson 2 Oct 26
  • Shakur Stevenson vs Robson Conceicao goes Friday, September 23rd at 10 PM EST
  • Stevenson is a massive favorite in this title clash
  • Check out the Shakur Stevenson vs Robson Conceicao odds, analysis, and predictions, below

Shakur Stevenson vs Robson Conceicao goes later this week from the Prudential Center in New Jersey, and broadcasts on ESPN. The former is hugely favored over the latter in the Shakur Stevenson vs. Robson Conceicao betting odds, priced at -2500.

Let’s analyze the Shakur Stevenson vs. Robson Conceicao odds via DraftKings as we provide our best bet for the bout.

Shakur Stevenson vs Robson Conceicao Odds

Fighter Odds
Shakur Stevenson -2500
Robson Conceicao +900

Odds as of September 19th via DraftKings Sportsbook. See the available DraftKings promo code

This prizefight will see the WBC, WBO, and Ring Magazine belts at junior lightweight up for grabs with Stevenson and Conceicao in the roles of champion and challenger, respectively.

Shakur Stevenson’s Betting Outlook vs Conceicao

Stevenson captured the WBC and Ring Magazine gold in his last outing and looks to keep building up his resume as one of the surging superstars in the sport.

On the heels of what has been called a career-best performance, Stevenson looks to get it done in his sophomore contest of the calendar year.

The 25-year-old champion also held WBO gold in the featherweight division and the two-division champion has really been finding himself at 130 pounds lately.

There are even rumblings of Stevenson moving up to 135 pounds sooner rather than later to chase world title accolades in a third weight category.

Stevenson vs Conceicao Recent Fights

Stevenson
VS
Conceicao
Oscar Valdez, win via UD Fight 1 Xavier Martinez, win via UD
Jamel Herring, win via TKO Fight 2 Oscar Valdez, loss via UD
Jeremia Nakathila, win via UD Fight 3 Jesus Ahumada Arce, win via TKO
Toka Kahn Clary, win via UD Fight 4 Luis Coria, win via UD

The 2016 Olympic bantamweight silver medalist has a spotless pro record but enters a clash with someone who has a similar magnitude of fight IQ to him.

Robson Conceicao’s Betting Outlook vs Stevenson

Conceicao is making his sophomore world title bid after previously fighting Oscar Valdez for the WBC crown. He gets another redemptive crack at that belt and can even stand to add more gold to his mantle with a win in the coming days.

The 2016 Olympic lightweight gold medalist has only lost once as a pro, that aforementioned Valdez setback, and got back into the win column in his last outing to rebound.

These two are well matched in terms of pro experience, but Conceicao has over three times the amateur experience of Stevenson.

That being said, Stevenson has more of a pronounced resume as a pro and his unorthodox angles provided by the southpaw stance will assuredly pay dividends in this one. Also, Conceicao has not as seamlessly transitioned his amateur experience into the pro ranks as Stevenson has, and I think the stylistic amendments to his game over the years will shine through in this looming clash.

Stevenson vs Conceicao Tale of the Tape

Stevenson
VS
Conceicao
18-0 Record 17-1
9 Knockouts 8
5’7 Height 5’10.5
68″ Reach 70″
Southpaw Stance Orthodox

Shakur Stevenson vs Robson Conceicao Prediction

This prizefight is scheduled for twelve rounds and I can see this one going to the judges’ scorecards. While I do understand Stevenson by KO or TKO being valued at +150, I think there’s value in going with the prop bet on this bout going the distance which is positioned at -185.

Considering the fifty percent overall finishing rate of Stevenson and the fact that Conceicao has never been finished as a professional pugilist leads me to believe this. Stevenson winning via decision is situated at -180 and I would go with that prop bet as well for Friday night’s fight.

Pick: Shakur Stevenson (-2500)

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