Fractions were released on Tuesday for the potential venue of a forthcoming heavyweight rematch between Andy Ruiz Jr. and Anthony Joshua.
As World Boxing News revealed earlier in the day, Saudi Arabia has emerged as a favored stage to host the second battle.
SkyBet named prices for the market, with the Principality Stadium in Wales beginning as a 1/4 favorite.
New York’s Madison Square Garden was second at 8/1. Mexico and Nigeria were both at 16/1.
Saudi Arabia was a whopping 28/1 when the betting was posted initially by SkyBet oddsmakers. That price has subsequently plummeted at an unprecedented level for a new boxing list.
Punters can now only get just 3/1 on Saudi Arabia being confirmed for Ruiz v Joshua 2, and those numbers continue to fall.
The National Stadium in Wales and MSG have since drifted, whilst Ruiz’s home country has all but been ruled out at 28/1.
WBN understands Saudi Arabia is leading the way as a neutral venue as Ruiz does not want to travel to the UK. Joshua himself wanted home advantage – but will settle for Saudi Arabia as an alternative.
More will be revealed in the next 24 hours.
Ruiz v Joshua 2 is set to be broadcast on DAZN in the United States and Sky Sports Box Office in the UK.
Click HERE to see the ever-changing market for Ruiz v Joshua 2
Latest odds (as of 14:31 GMT)
Principality Stadium 8/13
Saudi Arabia 3/1
Madison Square Garden 16/1
Las Vegas 25/1
AT&T Stadium 33/1
China/Hong Kong 50/1
DR Congo 80/1
O2 Arena 80/1
Emirates Stadium 100/1
Manchester Arena 150/1
Celtic Park 250/1
World Boxing News understands Saudi Arabia has made a late bid to stage the Andy Ruiz v Anthony Joshua rematch later this year. After weeks of talks since their shock first bout at Madison Square Garden, a venue stalemate had threatened negotiations. As WBN revealed, New York was initially agreed as the stage for a […]