Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley: Betting Preview For YouTube Star’s Next Big Fight

Written By Drew Ellis on August 26, 2021

We’ve reached the point where, love them or hate them, the Paul brothers are box office draws for sporting events.

Jake Paul and Logan Paul have managed to turn their YouTube stardom into highlight boxing careers.

Logan had his “match” with Floyd Mayweather Jr. back in June. Now, Jake Paul is set to face off with former UFC champion Tyron Woodley on Sunday night.

Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley betting odds

Note: All odds are as of Thursday midday and are subject to change.

Paul vs. Woodley odds at BetMGM

  • Fight result with draw: Paul -200, Woodley +160, Draw +2000
  • Fight result (moneyline, draw pushes): Paul -200, Woodley +160

Paul vs. Woodley odds at FanDuel

  • Fight result with draw: Paul -210, Woodley +165, Draw +2000
  • Fight result (moneyline, draw pushes): Paul -215), Woodley +164

Paul vs. Woodley odds at Caesars Sportsbook

  • Fight result (moneyline, draw pushes): Paul -190, Woodley +160
  • Fight to end in draw: +1600
  • Fight to go the distance (8 rounds): No -900, Yes +500
  • Fight length, over/under 3.5 rounds: Over -125, Under -110
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How to watch the Paul vs. Woodley fight

  • When: 8 p.m. ET Sunday
  • Where: Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, Cleveland
  • Broadcast: Showtime PPV or Showtime.com. Cost is $59.99.

How Paul vs. Woodley got booked

Jake Paul technically comes into this fight with a professional boxing record of 3-0. However, his three fights have been against first-time boxers.

He started in January 2020, with a second-round TKO of fellow YouTube star AnEsonGib. Paul followed that up with a highlight-reel KO of former NBA star Nate Robinson in November 2020.

Paul’s most recent outing was a first-round KO of former MMA star and Olympic wrestler Ben Askren in April.

Following the win over Askren, Woodley got into the mix. He’s one of Askren’s teammates in MMA.

And, like Paul’s other opponents, Woodley has never competed in a professional boxing match.

These two will be competing at 190 pounds, and the fight is scheduled for eight rounds.

Other oddsmakers also siding with Paul

Even though Woodley is Paul’s most legitimate opponent to date, oddsmakers are still siding with Paul in Saturday’s fight.

FoxBet also was offering draw odds at +2200.

FanDuel, PointsBet fight promos

FanDuel Sportsbook is offering a big promo for new users in relation to Saturday’s bout.

Promo users will get their selection of the fighter at +3000 odds.

New users need to sign up for a FanDuel Sportsbook account and make a deposit. Then, place your first bet on the moneyline market for either Paul or Woodley.

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PointsBet, on the other hand, is looking to boost its new casino brand for the fight. PointsBet is offering up a free $50 wager on the fight for new casino users.

For new casino users who play $350 in casino games between now and Aug. 29, they will receive the $50 free bet for Saturday’s fight.

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Breaking down the Paul vs. Woodley fight

Although he isn’t well-liked, Paul has legitimate boxing skills at the level and competition against which he is competing. He clearly has knockout power.

The real question for this fight: How will he fair against someone with similar power?

Paul has booked fights that have largely been in his favor. Robinson was much smaller in height, and Askren was an MMA star for his long-term wrestling career. He was chided for having little striking ability.

Woodley, however, is a former UFC welterweight champion. He was 19-7 in his MMA career, with seven wins coming by KO.

Like Askren, Woodley was a collegiate wrestler. But he developed a strong standup game in the UFC. He isn’t the most technically sound, but has the punching power.

Paul will have a size advantage again at 6-foot-1, compared with Woodley’s 5-9. Paul also sports a 2-inch edge in reach.

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Drew Ellis has lived in Michigan his whole life, and has been writing professionally for the last 21 years. Ellis has covered anything from youth baseball in mid-Michigan, a top-25 college football program, and pro sports in the Detroit area. Always keeping busy, Ellis also has over 10 years of experience in covering sports betting, handling all major sports.

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