Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley are going to box each other; here are the odds.
Social media influencer turned pugilist Jake Paul will face his toughest test to date when he boxes former UFC welterweight champion, Tyron Woodley in an 8 round affair. The 190-pound catchweight fight will take place on August 29 in Paul’s hometown of Cleveland, OH.
Paul, who knocked out Ben Askren at a Triller Fight Club boxing event in April, will look to make it back-to-back wins over former MMA fighters. For all of his antics, the younger of the Paul brothers possess some real skill for a novice prizefighter. He is 3-0 inside the squared circle despite taking criticism for his opponent’s lack of pugilistic prowess.
Although his wrestling was his bread and butter inside the Octagon, Woodley has the one-punch power to put anyone to sleep. Just ask Robbie Lawlor. Woodley got to witness Paul’s skills up close and personal as he was in the corner of his close friend Askren the night Paul slept him.
Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley betting odds
All odds are courtesy of Wynnbet.com and reflect the lines as of press time.
- Jake Paul (-138) vs. Tyron Woodley (+100)
That means Paul is a slight favorite over the former MMA champion. And if you are unclear on how the betting works, let me briefly explain. If you wanted to place a bet on Paul, a $138 wager would net you $100 plus your initial $138 for a total of $238. Conversely, a $100 bet on Woodley would earn you $105, plus your bet of $100, totaling $205. Gamble responsibly and enjoy this unique boxing attraction.