When the bell sounds for the first round, the bout (fight) will be considered official, regardless of the scheduled length or title.
The official stopping of a round before the sounding of the bell does not constitute a full round. A full round is only considered for wagering purposes when the bell sounds signifying the end of said round.
Special Boxing Rule: Fights must be run within two months of the specified date for your bet to have action.
Boxing Proposition Bets
For any proposition bets the following apply:
- The rules stated on the card at the time of placing the wager will govern
- When the bell sounds for the first round, the bout will be considered official
When wagering on ‘Pick the Round’ propositions, in which you must pick the round in which the bout is won, the following will apply:
- If the fight ends in a point’s verdict or a draw, the bettor loses.
- If either fighter fails to answer the bell for a round, the fight is adjudged to have finished in the previous round.
However, this does not apply to specific fight props which must come-out as stated, such as a draw, either fighter by knockout or decision, or a specific round knockout etc.
- A “Draw” is an official outcome whereby neither of the contestants is deemed to have won the bout, essentially a’tie’.
- A “No Contest” is an official outcome whereby neither contestant is deemed to have won the bout as a result of the fight being declared “No Action” by the referee.
- All matches must start within 7 days of originally scheduled time for wagers to have action.
- If the status of the fight is changed from a title fight to a non-title fight for any reason, all wagers placed will have Action.
- If the rounds of a fight is reduced, all wagers on totals will have Action.
- If the number of rounds of a fight is reduced, any prop wagers involving number of rounds will be settled as No Action.