Last Updated on June 3, 2022 1:13 pm by Erwin Noguera
For this Saturday, June 4th, we make the trip to Minneapolis, Minnesota, right into the Armory to see both exciting Main and Co-Main events.
The main event of the evening, has the World Super Bantamweight Championship on the line, as Stephen Fulton Jr. faces Daniel Roman.
Boxing Preview – Stephen Fulton Jr. vs. Daniel Roman Betting Odds & Free Pick – Info
When: Saturday, June 4th at 10:00 pm ET
Moneyline odds: Stephen Fulton -575 vs. Daniel Roman +425
Draw Offs: –
Where To Watch: SHOWTIME
Why Bet on Stephen Fulton Jr.
Philly’s Fulton came up the rankings as a prodigious talent, and he made good on that potential by unifying two world titles in 20 fights.
The 27-year-old is already the main man in the division, and a win against another elite fighter will do wonders for an emerging star.
Operating with high activity and fearless bodywork, Fulton is a physically assertive fighter that can switch gears at any time and doesn’t get in his way.
He also shows good movement in the ring and doesn’t forgo his defense when fighting in the trenches. In his last two fights, Fulton showed his peskiness by grinding out wins against Angelo Leo and Brandon Figueroa.
Why Bet on Daniel Roman
Roman may be a decided underdog, but the former champion is not too far removed from his run as the division’s top dog and is the most accomplished opponent Fulton has seen.
What makes Roman dangerous is that he is an excellent body puncher, and Fulton will be right in range for those crippling shots.
Aside from them, he is a sharp technician and will be difficult to overwhelm.
During his three-year title run, Roman put together four commanding defenses before controversially losing his belt to Murodjon Akhmadaliev in 2020.
He’s as alive as they come and will be a pesky foe for Fulton if he hasn’t lost a step.
Final Betting Analysis – Stephen Fulton Jr. vs. Daniel Roman:
Roman’s recent performances since the Akhmadaliev loss suggest he’s more worn than he should be.
He’s started slower and willed himself to victory against lesser opponents than Fulton.
While neither fighter hits tremendously hard, Fulton can easily sweep the first six rounds on activity alone if Roman is slow to start once more.
We’ve seen Fulton defend well against body shots and his conditioning is so solid that he can take a few if it means asserting himself on his opponent.
The former champion’s lack of power will prevent any late-round dramatics, so there’s a good chance he’ll be too far behind to box his way to a comeback.
If Fulton does get off to that fast start, he won’t need to make too many adjustments.
He might find Roman difficult to engage, but while his opponent contemplates, he’ll act and outwork him as the rounds go by.
Fulton vs. Roman Betting Pick: Stephen Fulton Jr.