Since the advent of online sports gambling Irish sports gambling fans have been spoilt for choice as far as which particular sports they follow, but football and horse racing remain the favourites. We are also quite keen on our rugby and the GAA sports, but many believe that boxing continues to come high on the list of our favourite gambling sports. There is no doubt that gambling on boxing is perfect for online gambling fans who enjoy in-play gambling online because even if a fighter is clearly on top there is always the possibility of one good punch getting through and changing the whole bout. We are now well into November but there are still some interesting bouts for boxing gambling enthusiasts to consider this month, including on the 28th Tyson Fury’s attempt to finally take the world heavyweight title from long standing champion Wladimir Klitschko. If you fancy his chances you can get 3/1 with Paddy Power, but most of the action for boxing gambling fans this month is to be found in the super middleweight division. Currently this is one of boxing’s weight categories which is crying out for some sort of unification, a situation perfectly illustrated by this month’s fights. Serious fans of gambling on boxing probably quite enjoy having two super middleweight world championship fights in the space of a week with four different contenders, but for those sports gambling fans with no more than a passing interest in gambling on boxing it may seem a bit strange. First up on the 21st is the WBO version of the super middleweight title between Arthur Abraham and challenger Martin Murray, forecast to be a close run bout if the gambling odds are to be believed. Then on the 25th it is the turn of James De Gale to defend his IBF title against Lucian Bute, with De Gale overwhelming favourite with the bookies at 1/7. If he wins De Gale’s next target would be a unification fight against the third current super middleweight champion, Badou Jack the WBC champion.