Rosado vs. Tapia: Prediction, Odds, Date, Stats

Gabriel Rosado (King) and Glen Tapia (Jersey Boy) are scheduled to meet in a bout on at the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino, Paradise, Nevada, U.S. Let's take a look at the stats, odds of winning, and the prediction for this fight.

Jan 13, 2006
13 (38.2%)
182 cm
182 cm
0 cm
Apr 22, 2017
180 days
Ape Index
Last Fight
Lay Off
Win Streak
Dec 13, 2008
15 (55.6%)
180 cm
185 cm
5 cm
Mar 23, 2017
210 days
Thursday, 19 Oct 2017
Monte Carlo Resort and Casino, Paradise, Nevada, U.S.
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Rosado vs. Tapia


This fight between Gabriel Rosado and Glen Tapia took place on 19 October, 2017 at the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino, Paradise, Nevada, U.S.

Tale of the Tape

At 182 cm, Gabriel Rosado is the taller of the two by 2 cms; Glen Tapia is 180 cm. Despite being the shorter fighter, Tapia has longer reach of 185 cm, which is 3 cms longer than Rosado's 182 cm. Tapia also has a 5 cm ape index advantage over Rosado.

Rosado is coming in to this fight with a record of 23-11 (13 KOs). His last fight was 5 months and 27 days ago against Martin Murray, which he lost via 12 round majority decision.

Martin Murray's boxing career

Tapia comes in with a record of 23-4 (15 KOs). His last fight was 6 months and 26 days ago against Jason Quigley, which he lost via 10 round unanimous decision.

Jason Quigley's boxing career

Both the fighters fight out of the orthodox stance.

On the day of the fight, Rosado will be 31 years and 9 months old. Tapia will be 27 years and 10 months old.

Prediction and Odds

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After considering the both the fighters' stats and their performance patterns, the winning odds is calculated to be at 54-46 in favor of Gabriel Rosado. Here is the prediction for Rosado vs Tapia.

Gabriel Rosado is more likely to win, but Glen Tapia could also pull it off. It is going to be competitive, nevertheless.


Gabriel Rosado defeated Glen Tapia via 6th round TKO. Tapia's losing streak continues, and Rosado gets on a new winning streak. Rosado is now 24-11, and Tapia 23-5.