Josh Warrington vs Carl Frampton Betting and Odds

Please keep in mind that all odds mentioned are accurate at the time of publishing (10:46 AM, 14/12/2018) and are likely to change over time.

IBFRight after Carl Frampton’s win over Luke Jackson in a bout which saw him retain the interim featherweight WBO title, Frank Warren announced the Northern Irish boxer’s next fight against Josh Warrington. Carl Frampton is a Northern Irish boxer who currently holds the interim featherweight WBO title and has previously held titles in two different weight classes. According to boxing legends, he’s one of the greatest boxers Ireland has ever seen. Known for his heavy punches and dominating performances, Frampton is one of the best active boxers in his category and has only suffered one loss in his illustrious career.

On December 22, he’ll face Josh Warrington in a bout for the IBF featherweight title. This is a chance for Frampton to add another belt to his impressive resume. He’s only the second Irish boxer to have held titles in two different weight classes along with Steve Collins. However, his next opponent may be his ultimate challenge. Undefeated in 27 fights, Josh Warrington will certainly give Frampton a hard time. The English boxer holds the IBF featherweight title and is yet to taste defeat, which promises a great fight.

Of course, this isn’t Frampton’s first title tango. The fierce Northern Irish boxer would surely like to unify two featherweight titles and is the favourite for the bout. The boxing betting odds at bookies for the December 22 fight have him as the major favourite, which means his odds are not a favourite for punters. The extra markets, on the other hand, offer enticing odds for those who aren’t keen to bet on the full-time winner. This promises a great fight in the Manchester Arena, and we couldn’t be more excited for it.

Event Date: 22 December 2019.


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Josh Warrington

As part of the large Rigby Group, BetSid was launched in 2013 and quickly grew into a major success story. The bookie now has 8 street shops as well as tele betting and online betting facilities. With a large number of sports and markets in its offer, BetSid has become one of the most popular bookies on the UK market.

Boxing is included in BetSid’s offer, and yes, that means you can bet on the upcoming IBF featherweight title bout between Frampton and Warrington. The Northern Irish boxer is the favourite with odds of 4/9, while Warrington is available for 15/8. You can also bet on a draw at odds of 18/1.

Additionally, BetSid offers punting in the Draw No Bet market. Frampton is in the lead here again with odds of 2/5 compared to Warrington’s 9/5. As you can see, Frampton is the obvious favourite for the fight, but we wouldn’t sleep on Josh Warrington. You’ll do much better by betting on the English boxer. Should he defeat Frampton, you may earn a solid sum for a reasonable bet, so choose carefully.


If you’re an English punter, you’re probably placed a bet with Fun88 or seen the bookie’s name during Premier League matches. Fun88 is among the most popular bookmakers in the UK, and it’s easy to see why. Thanks to sponsorship deals with Premier League clubs and the huge selection of sports, Fun88 ranks near the top of the English bookie market and will stay so in the foreseeable future.

The impressive bookie has a variety of boxing bouts in its offer, a full range of markets included. Take the Frampton – Warrington fight for example – you can place your bets in a total of 11 markets, starting with full-time winner. Frampton is the heavy favourite with 10/21, while the defending IBF featherweight champion Warrington is available for 6/4.

This is not the only market you can bet in. Round group betting, over/under rounds, fight to go to the distance, and fight outcome all feature great odds and give you more chances of winning. If you’re not a fan of the main market, round group betting is a great alternative. Frampton by decision or technical decision is available for 11/10, while Josh Warrington goes for 3/1 in the same market.


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Carl Frampton

Another popular English bookie, SportPesa is a bookie superbrand that has its roots set deeply in local success and community grassroots. As Everton’s official sponsor, the name can be seen on the club’s jersey, and that has brought SportPesa a lot of recognition. This brilliant bookie is always adding more stuff to their ‘inventory’ which features a large number of sports and some of the best odds in the industry.

Boxing is a part of the bookie’s impressive offer. SportPesa gives punters the opportunity to bet on the Frampton vs. Warrington fight in no less than 11 markets. Carl Frampton is once again the favourite with odds of 10/21, while Warrington stands at 6/41. The other markets offer much better odds. For example, if you think the fight will go to the distance, you can bet on Yes at odds of 2/5 or No at odds of 17/10.

The round betting market is especially enticing. Carl Frampton to win in Round 1 is available at 50/1, while Josh Warrington is given odds of 100/1 for a win in the first round. Although the chances of this happening are slim, who knows – maybe you’ll be so lucky to hit the jackpot.


Letou is an Asian bookie launched in 2004 which became a hit in the UK online betting market since its arrival. The bookie offers more than 500 sports events per day and covers an impressive range of the world’s major sports. Warmly welcoming new punters and supporting its existing ones, Letou is one of the best bookies on the UK market.

A number of exciting boxing matches are in Letou’s offer, including the Frampton vs. Warrington 22 December bout. No surprises regarding the favourite – Frampton is available for 10/21, while Warrington goes for 6/4. It’s perfectly clear that Frampton’s odds won’t be a hit with punters, but even Warrington’s odds are not much exciting.

Fortunately, the bookie has a total of 11 markets for this fight. If you think you can correctly predict the fight outcome, Josh Warrington by KO, TKO or Disqualification goes for 10/1. Frampton is available at 11/4 in the same market, while the draw stands at 20/1. So, even if you’re not happy with the odds in the full-time winner market, you can rest assured that SportPesa covers a wide range of other markets for the fight which can help you win.