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President Favored on Trump vs. Biden Boxing Odds

President Favored on Trump vs. Biden Boxing Odds - Bovada Sportsbook

Public outrage directed at Donald Trump has become commonplace since the 71-year-old billionaire ascended to the Oval Office with his stunning victory over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 US presidential election.

Vitriol targeting both Trump and his policies is regularly vented by late night talk shows and incredulous political opponents. However, former US Vice President Joe Biden’s recent comments to a gathering of University of Miami students about his desire to take Trump “behind the gym and beat the hell out of him” has sparked speculation on the outcome of a boxing clash between the political rivals, with Trump emerging as a -140 favorite on the Donald Trump vs. Joe Biden fight odds.

Biden’s recent comments came in response to revelations of off-color remarks made by Trump and surreptitiously recorded by the entertainment TV show, Access Hollywood, several years ago.

The president wasted no time responding to Biden’s remarks via Twitter, hitting back at the 75-year-old Democratic Party icon, and suggesting that Biden “would go down fast and hard, crying all the way”.

Both politicians have a background in high school varsity sports, with Biden claiming to have played football both in high school and at the University of Delaware, while Trump was reportedly a regular on the varsity soccer squad as a teenager at New York Military Academy. These days, Trump can regularly be found on the golf course or tennis court at one of the many resorts owned worldwide by Trump Corporation.


Trump has Physical Advantage Over Biden

A quick look at the tale of the tape also suggests the president would hold a major physical advantage over Biden, the even-money underdog.

At 6’3″ and a reported 239 pounds, Trump holds a three-inch edge in height, and approximately a 25-pound weight advantage, and demonstrated his ability to hold his own in his now legendary beat down and forced head shaving of WWE president Vince McMahon at Wrestlemania XXIII in 2007.

The president would also have no shortage of help in training for any pugilistic clash of political titans and paying off on the Trump vs. Biden boxing odds.

Often credited with rekindling interest in the sweet science in Atlantic City during the 1980s and 1990s, Trump enjoys long-term relationships with the likes of former heavyweight champions Evander Holyfield and Mike Tyson, who reportedly responded with an emphatic “Hell yeah” when asked if he would vote for Trump in 2016.

MMA commentator and Bellator heavyweight Chael Sonnen has also been a vocal Trump supporter, joining veteran Tito Ortiz, whom he faced in the cage at Bellator 170 in January 2017, while UFC President Dana White would likely jump at the chance to get the political adversaries into the octagon at an upcoming UFC event.

Training sessions with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau could help improve Biden’s position on the Trump vs. Biden boxing betting odds.

Biden became fast friends with Trudeau during a trip to Canada in the final weeks of his time as US Vice President, and could benefit from Trudeau’s experience in the squared circle, where he famously knocked out Conservative Senator Patrick Brazeau in a political grudge match for charity back in March 2012.


*Odds as of March 28, 2018

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