Chantelle Cameron vs Mary McGee Boxing Betting Pick and Expert Analysis

Chantelle Cameron is the #1 women’s super light weight boxer, the unified lightweight champion, and the light welterweight champion. She’s intent on becoming a three division champion by taking on Mary McGee, the IBF champion at super lightweight. We’re here to make an accurate Chantelle Cameron vs Mary McGee betting pick.

We’re looking closely at the betting odds to choose the most lucrative bets. You’ll see a breakdown of the fight to determine which fighters money line or which fight prop works best for you. 

Odds and Props for Chantelle Cameron vs Mary McGee

Fighter Money lines and payout per dollar  Over/Under 8 1/2
Chantelle Cameron -1800, $0.06 O   -286, $0.35
Mary McGee +900, $9.00 U  +205, $2.05

Cameron is the challenger and a serious favorite. Despite McGee’s champion status, we’re seeing some sportsbooks give Cameron a -3000 or better rating. 

The Over/Under prop bets meet their closest point at the 8 ½ Round mark of this ten round fight. It’s notable that Mary McGee’s last two knockouts were 9th and 10th round TKOs. As a McGee fan, betting the under means ignoring her propensity toward heating up as the fight comes to a close.  

Other Prop Bets for Chantelle Cameron vs Mary McGee

Prop Bet Odds
Fight Goes to Decision -250
Fight Doesn’t Go to Decision +175
McGee via TKO +1600
Cameron via Decision  -225

Three of Cameron’s last six fights have gone to decision, and only two of McGee’s last six have gone the distance. McGee has three losses, each via decision. 

To me, the obvious outcomes are that McGee will knock Cameron out or Cameron will win a long fight. The two prop bets available are far better than the money lines either fighter has produced. 

Tale of the Tape for Cameron vs McGee

Chantelle Cameron  Mary McGee
Age 30 31
Height 5’9’’ 5’6’’
Reach 69” 72”
Total Fights 14 30
Record 14-0 27-3
Knockouts 8 15
Stance Orthodox   Orthodox 


85 144
Inactivity  153 Days  635 Days

Weight class

Super Light Super Light

Cameron is taller but gives up three inches of reach. McGee has double the fight experience and nearly double the knockouts. 

McGee hasn’t fought since early 2020 when she knocked out Deanha Hobbs in the ninth round. 

Cameron has stayed active, fighting earlier this year and once last year after a four fight sprint in 2019. 

Fight Record for Chantelle Cameron

Cameron has taken on higher levels of skill in recent years. In her last bout she’s outboxed now 23-8 Melissa Hernandez, a boxer with seven TKO’s . Let’s look at her toughest opponent’s and their total TKOs. The table below skips over most fighters with low knockout rates or losing records. 

Fighter Total TKOs
Melissa Hernandez 7
Adriana Dos Santos Araujo 1
Anahi Ester Sanchez 12
Anisha Basheel 8
Jessica Gonzales 1
Natalia Aguirre 0
Myriam Dellal  3

On paper, Cameron’s toughest test to date was Anahi Ester Sanchez, a boxer with few notable wins outside of Cecilia Sofia Mena. Cameron is mostly untested, and McGee will have more knockouts and more experience over quality opponetsn than anyone on Cameron’s record by a long shot. 

Ratio of Winning to Losing Fighters

Cameron has been active as a pro since 2017. Fighting 14 times in four years is fast by any standard. Five of her fourteen opponent’s have had losing records. Compare that to McGee, who fought three debuting fighters early in her career, skipping an amatuer career and going pro in in 2005 when she was just seventeen. Shes fought 15 fighters with losing records, but has double the fight experience. 

Fight Record for Mary McGee

Mary McGee has lost to three fighters. Holly Holm, Erica Anabella Farias and Brooke Dierdorff. Farias was the only undefeated fighter. Each fighter won via decision. 

The Holly Holm Fight

McGee came up in weight to fight Holm. She complained that Holly was significantly stronger. Holly moved side to side and stayed out of McGee’s exchanges. She was frustrated by the footwork and fienting. 

The Anabella Fight

McGee again struggled with lateral movement. Farias moved side to sde and repeatedly beet McGee down the center line. 

Both of these fights were eight years ago. Cameron started her pro career only four years ago. I feel oddsmakers are not taking into consideration the changes made by the McGee camp.

Style comparison for Mcgee vs Cameron

Cameron is a solid pressure fighter, walking opponents down early in the fight. She controls the centerline well and stays right on the edge of the pocket. She’s open to the jab from an opponent with reach, but she’s happy to trade shots. 

Cameron will often switch stances to recover and circle the ring. 

McGee will meet Cameron center ring. They’ll either end up clench range, or one of them will fade to the ropes. McGee is patient, but Cameron is clearly faster. 

McGee underutilizes the jab, and her wide punching will leave room for Cameron’s signature upercut. 

Other Factors in the McGee vs Cameron Title Fight 

Compubox stats for both fighters are limited in availability. Cameron has been working with Catterall boxing full time. 

McGee has a son in school, a new fight camp at Hammond Boxing. She has a job outside of boxing and has an injured knee thats been receiving treatments as recently as mid September.

Final Betting Picks for Mary McGee vs Chantelle Cameron

With Mary injured and Cameron going full time at a top boxing camp, I’m confident in a Cameron win, but not in a prop that determines how. Theres no telling which McGee we’ll get Saturday night. Play it safe and bet that Chantelle Cameron money line. 

Jacob Clark / Author

Jacob Clark had a 15 year career as a professional MMA fighter, coach, and Greg Jackson’s alum. Now, TikTok’s 12th most important BJJ influencer is bringing his sports and betting knowledge to you here at TheSportsGeek. He spends his time cooking vietnamese food and playing D&D with his family. You can meet him at jiu-jitsu open mats all over Indiana.

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