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TXODDS confirms sponsorship deal with British Boxing champion

UK-based sports betting data provider TXODDS has confirmed its first ever sponsorship deal with undefeated British and Commonwealth middleweight champion, Tommy Langford.

Already a supplier of real time odds data and statistics to leading betting organisations and professionals, TXODDS hopes that the agreement will highlight its specialist data to an even wider audience, and promote an advanced portfolio of products including pre-game/in-play odds feeds and an R-API historical data portal.

Langford, who will be promoting the TXODDS sponsorship on his website and sporting the TXODDS logo on his fight kit, claimed the British middleweight belt after a split-decision victory over Sheffield’s Sam Sheedy at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff four months ago.

The 27-year-old is back in action against Georgian Avtandil Khurtsidze for the vacant interim middleweight world title on April 22 in Leicester, where he will be hoping to extend his run of professional victories to 19. Khurtsidze has 32 wins (21 by KO), two draws and two losses from his 36 professional fights since October 2002.

CEO Einar Knobel commented: “Having worked with some of the biggest names in the sports betting industry, we felt it was the perfect time to take TXODDS into the sports arena. We were attracted to linking up with British Boxing, and in particular the so far undefeated Tommy Langford, with an agreement which comes just before his next big fight at the Leicester Arena in April.”

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