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Ryan Garcia vs. Oscar Duarte Odds & Prop Bets Overview

Get ready for Ryan Garcia vs. Oscar Duarte with the latest numbers from our friends at FanDuel Sportsbook.

We haven’t seen Ryan Garcia step into the ring since he couldn’t get back up after taking a body shot from Gervonta Davis in the seventh round of their April fight. Standing four inches taller than Davis, it was the first loss of Garcia’s career — one in which he felt dehydrated and weak at the lightweight division.

So he made a decision: He’s going to fight at junior welterweight (up to 140 pounds) from now on. Despite Davis simply being the better boxer that night, it was apparent that moving up was necessary for Garcia at that size.

With the move comes a slew of new opponents — Teofimo Lopez, Regis Prograis, and Josh Taylor — but also brings with it some familiar faces. One of those is Davis, who may not compete at 140, but Garcia has been adamant about having a rematch with him after the first fight was done at a catchweight. Another is Devin Haney, who vacated his belts at 135 pounds to also move up to junior welterweight starting with Prograis on Dec. 9. in San Francisco.

All of these boxers likely share the same sentiment about themselves, but if Garcia has his way, he’ll be running the 140-pound division in no time.

“I’m going to run through the 140 division, and I’m going to become a champion,” Garcia told Boardroom on The ETCs. “That’s my goal — become a champion. … I’m going to earn it just like I earned it in the amateurs, earned it coming up, earned it. Now, I’m going to earn it, and I’m going to get that rematch [against Gervonta], and I’m going to beat him. That’s my goal. That’s what I want to do.”

But first, Garcia must not look too far ahead and get past Duarte on Saturday night at the Toyota Center in Houston. To prep for the bout, Boardroom lays out the latest odds and prop bets from our friends over at FanDuel Sportsbook.

Ryan Garcia vs. Oscar Duarte Odds to Win

All odds and props are via FanDuel Sportsbook as of Friday morning. Subject to change ahead of fight.


Ryan Garcia: -550
Oscar Duarte: +340

Moneyline (3-way)

Garcia: -420
Duarte: +350
Draw: +1280

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Ryan Garcia vs. Oscar Duarte Prop Bets

Method of victory

Ryan Garcia by KO/TKO: -128
Ryan Garcia by points/decision: +280

Oscar Duarte by KO/TKO: +580
Oscar Duarte by points/decision: +880

Draw: +1280

Over/under total rounds

OVER 8.5: -118
UNDER 8.5: -108

Will the fight go the distance?

Yes: +280
No: -410

Special FanDuel Fight Props

Ryan Garcia to win in 60 seconds: +15000
Oscar Duarte to win in 60 seconds: +25000
Ryan Garcia to be knocked down AND win: +1000
Oscar Duarte to be knocked down AND win: +1100
Both fighters get knocked down: +850
Fight will end in Rounds 1-3: +800
Fight will end in Rounds 4-6: +470
Fight will end in Rounds 7-9: +260
Fight will end in Rounds 10-12: +470
A knockdown in any of Rounds 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6: +170
1+ Knockdowns in the fight: -240
2+ Knockdowns in the fight: +220
3+ Knockdowns in the fight: +850

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About The Author
Griffin Adams
Griffin Adams
Griffin Adams is an Editor at Boardroom. He's had previous stints with The Athletic and Catena Media, and has also seen his work appear in publications such as USA Today, Sports Illustrated, and MLB.com. A University of Utah graduate, he can be seen obnoxiously cheering on the Utes on Saturdays and is known to Trust The Process as a loyal Philadelphia 76ers fan.