This Sunday in Saudi Arabia, Jake Paul and Tommy Fury will enter the ring, putting their honor and undefeated records at stake.
Jake Paul’s YouTube celebrity status continues to deliver solid pay-per-view buys, and that trend will likely last as long as his winning streak. A Paul loss on points will not satisfy boxing fans, however.
People want to see Jake Paul get his head knocked off on live TV, and there is a solid chance that can happen this weekend. Why?
Paul is facing a real boxer for the first time. Tommy Fury is the brother of heavyweight legend Tyson Fury who is arguably this era’s greatest fighter.
Unfortunately, boxing betting sites are siding with Paul, granting him a moderate advantage in the moneyline odds to win.
Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury (Bovada)
- Paul -170
- Fury +140
Tommy Fury vs. Jake Paul (MyBookie)
- Fury +122
- Paul -169
- Over/Under: 6.5
Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury (BetOnline)
- Paul -160
- Fury +140
- Over/Under 6.5
Three of our top legal celebrity boxing sportsbooks have produced betting lines for Sunday’s fight. While the odds are similar, there is enough differential to be worthy of shopping.
For instance, if you intend to bet on Jake Paul to win, the most profit can be gained by placing wagers at BetOnline’s and their -160 odds.
Shopping the betting lines for Tommy Fury reveals that bets on him should be made at BetOnline or Bovada. His +140 odds to win will deliver payouts of $2.40 on one-dollar bets.
The major difference in this bout is that Paul is fighting a legitimate boxer. His prior fights have been against retired MMA combatants and social media influencers.
Could Fury be the one to finally knock out Jake Paul? Here’s the tale of the tape for comparison.
Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury Tale Of The Tape
|Jake Paul||Tommy Fury|
|Weight||186 Lbs.||180 Lbs.|
Fury is one inch shorter than Paul but has a four-inch advantage in reach. Technically, Fury could stand back and launch bombs at Paul all night, but will he have the patience?
The following boxing prop bet suggests that the bout will go the distance, awarding a winner by decision.
When Will the Fight End – (8 Rounds)
- Round 1 +1400
- Round 2 +1100
- Round 3 +900
- Round 4 +800
- Round 5 +900
- Round 9 +1100
- Round 7 +1400
- Round 8 +200
- Fight Goes The Distance -115
If the fight ends between rounds one through seven, correct bets will earn no less than 8-to-1 gains. Another Jake Paul prop bet asks gamblers to choose the correct method of victory on Sunday.
Method of Victory
- Paul, Jake by Decision or Technical Decision +190
- Paul, Jake by KO, TKO or DQ +240
- Fury, Tommy by KO, TKO, or DQ +300
- Fury, Tommy by Decision or Technical Decision +450
- Draw or Technical Draw +1100
This boxing prop also favors an outcome where Paul wins by decision, elevating his record to 7-0.
If you want to watch the big fight this Sunday, it can be purchased for $49.99 on ESPN+. The bout is expected to begin around 2:30 PM and features a full card leading up to the main event.
Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury Betting Odds: Bovada, MyBookie, BetOnline
Source: CBS Sports