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Posted by: Betting.Betfair on Nov 18, 2010 at 12:11:04 PM
The Super-Featherweights get their first chance to shine in the [b]Prizefighter[/b] series at the York Hall, Bethnal Green on Saturday evening. Promoter Barry Hearn has unearthed a gem with this competition and another explosive night looks a formality. This will be the 15th edition of Prizefighter and anybody tuning in for the first time will more than likely become an addict. If you like [b]boxing[/b] and betting then look no further, with seven fights in one night, plenty of different markets on offer and no end of excitement, it really is the perfect way to spend a Saturday night in. Some big names have contested this event in the past and it can often prove a springboard to huge pay-days in the future, as Audley Harrison would testify. His career was heading nowhere when he entered...
Posted by: Betting.Betfair on Nov 10, 2010 at 09:07:06 PM
Formula One's reputation for providing gripping television has dwindled in recent years, but even those with little interest in the sport were drawn in by 2007 and 2008's exciting title deciders. Another dramatic one is on the cards at Abu Dhabi on Sunday with four men still in mathematical contention (Alonso, Webber, Vettel and Hamilton) to top the standings and The Contrarian expects plenty more final day twists, which is why he is opposing 2.0 Drivers' Championship favourite Fernando Alonso... [b]The finale rarely passes without incident...[/b] The destination of the Drivers' Championship has been determined at the final race in three of the last four years and the last two deciders have been anything but a stroll for the men who started the closing weekend in the ascendancy....
Posted by: Betting.Betfair on Oct 27, 2010 at 03:36:40 PM
The F1 season reaches its climax in three weeks and while there are still five men in with a shout of scooping the big prize, it looks like the McLaren duo of [b]Lewis Hamilton[/b] and [b]Jenson Button[/b] have been left with too much to do. McLaren won't give up until it's mathematically impossible to win the world title but it looks to be a straight fight between the Red Bulls of [b]Sebastian Vettel[/b] and [b]Mark Webber[/b] for the Drivers' Championship, with [b]Fernando Alonso[/b] in the Ferrari ready to capitalise on any infighting from the blue cars. [b]A good Korea move?[/b] This weekend the teams ship back East for the debut race in Korea. Up until last weekend there was some doubt as to whether this event would even take place, given the circuit's apparent lack of readiness....
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