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Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley Odds: Paul Favored Over Former UFC Champion

Jake Paul's next opponent is former UFC champion Tyron Woodley. How does the YouTuber match up?
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Jake Paul’s Next Fight: Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley Odds, Betting & Fight History

It seems as if the new sports cycle is just rotating between Paul brother fights until one of them gets viciously knocked out or becomes world champion. While the latter seems far less likely than the former, you never know.

So, it’s fitting that with Logan Paul’s fight against Floyd Mayweather set for tonight, we already have Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley to look forward to.

Jake Paul most recently knocked out an out of shape, ill-prepared Ben Askren in the first round of their boxing match. I’d even go as far as to say it look like Askren took a dive for a quick pay day. But that’s irrelevant now as Paul is moving on to fighting Tyron Woodley, the former UFC champion.

Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley Odds

There are still a lot of things we don’t know about Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley. But, we do know that the fight is scheduled for August 28. It will take place at 190 pounds, fighters will wear 10-ounce gloves and the ring will be 20x20.

What we don’t know is where it will be or how you can watch, although we have heard Showtime will be putting on the fight like they are with Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul.

As far as Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley odds are concerned, we’re still waiting for US sportsbooks to price it up. But, as is often the case, the UK sportsbooks have delivered Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley odds.

Like his fight with Ben Askren, Jake Paul is the slight favorite when it comes to Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley odds. Paul is currently -138 while Woodley sits at even money (+100).

At -138, Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley odds give Paul a 58% chance of winning. +100 means oddsmakers have Woodley at a 50% chance of winning.

FighterOddsImplied Probability
Jake Paul-13858%
Tyron Woodley+10050%

Complete Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley odds here

Who is Tyron Woodley?

For fans who aren’t familiar with the UFC, there was a time when Tyron Woodley was considered unbeatable and among the best pound-for-pound MMA fighters in the entire world. Woodley held the UFC welterweight title from 2016-2019, defending the belt four times before eventually being defeated by current title holder Kamaru Usman.

But, let’s not pretend like Woodley is some world-renown striker.

Tyron Wodley’s bread and butter is and always has been grappling. In 16 UFC fights, Woodly has finished five fights with his striking ability and one came via a leg kick.

Woodley was a two-time All-American wrestler at the University of Missouri. His striking is certainly a step up from the likes of Ben Askren, but Tyron Woodley is not an elite puncher.

Also, at 39 years old, Woodley is at the end of his career and declining fast. He’s lost four straight UFC fights and hasn’t won since September of 2018.

Tyron Woodley’s Record

Tyron Woodley is 19-7-1 in his 27-fight MMA career. He has never fought in a professional boxing match so Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley will be his first.

Loss19–7–1Vicente LuqueSubmission (Brabo choke)UFC 260March 27, 2021
Loss19–6–1Colby CovingtonTKO (rib injury)UFC Fight Night: Covington vs. WoodleySeptember 19, 2020
Loss19–5–1Gilbert BurnsDecision (unanimous)UFC on ESPN: Woodley vs. BurnsMay 30, 2020
Loss19–4–1Kamaru UsmanDecision (unanimous)UFC 235March 2, 2019
Win19–3–1Darren TillSubmission (Brabo choke)UFC 228September 8, 2018
Win18–3–1Demian MaiaDecision (unanimous)UFC 214July 29, 2017
Win17–3–1Stephen ThompsonDecision (majority)UFC 209March 4, 2017
Draw16–3–1Stephen ThompsonDraw (majority)UFC 205November 12, 2016
Win16–3Robbie LawlerKO (punches)UFC 201July 30, 2016
Win15–3Kelvin GastelumDecision (split)UFC 183January 31, 2015
Win14–3Dong Hyun KimTKO (punches)UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs. LeAugust 23, 2014
Loss13–3Rory MacDonaldDecision (unanimous)UFC 174June 14, 2014
Win13–2Carlos ConditTKO (leg kick)UFC 171March 15, 2014
Win12–2Josh KoscheckKO (punches)UFC 167November 16, 2013
Loss11–2Jake ShieldsDecision (split)UFC 161June 15, 2013
Win11–1Jay HieronKO (punches)UFC 156February 2, 2013
Loss10–1Nate MarquardtKO (elbows and punches)Strikeforce: Rockhold vs. KennedyJuly 14, 2012
Win10–0Jordan MeinDecision (split)Strikeforce: Rockhold vs. JardineJanuary 7, 2012
Win9–0Paul DaleyDecision (unanimous)Strikeforce: Fedor vs. HendersonJuly 30, 2011
Win8–0Tarec SaffiedineDecision (unanimous)Strikeforce Challengers: Woodley vs. SaffiedineJanuary 7, 2011
Win7–0André GalvãoTKO (punches)Strikeforce: Diaz vs. Noons IIOctober 9, 2010
Win6–0Nathan CoyDecision (split)Strikeforce Challengers: Lindland vs. CaseyMay 21, 2010
Win5–0Rudy BearsSubmission (arm-triangle choke)Strikeforce Challengers: Woodley vs. BearsNovember 20, 2009
Win4–0Zach LightSubmission (armbar)Strikeforce Challengers: Kennedy vs. CummingsSeptember 25, 2009
Win3–0Salvador WoodsSubmission (Brabo choke)Strikeforce: Lawler vs. ShieldsJune 6, 2009
Win2–0Jeff CarstensSubmission (rear-naked choke)Respect Is Earned: Brotherly Love BrawlApril 30, 2009
Win1–0Steve SchniderTKO (submission to punches)Headhunter Productions: The Patriot Act 1February 7, 2009

Jake Paul Fight History

It’s a little bit of a different story when we look at Jake Paul’s fight history and how they impact Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley Odds.

Paul has fought professionally exactly three time. He seems to be taking the fight game seriously, but he didn’t start boxing until a few years ago and is miles behind other fighters his age. That is the main reason he’s spent the early part of his career fighting people with no boxing experience.

Jake Paul is yet to fight a person who he isn’t serving as their first ever opponent in a boxing ring. Ben Askren actually may have been an easier fight than his bout against Nate Robinson, where he delivered a thunderous KO.

His lack of experience is the exact reason why we don’t see him fighting guys like Tommy Furry or other accomplished strikers. If he was to get in the ring with someone with experience, he would be made short work of. So, we see him fighting guys with no boxing experience and coming in as the favorite, as has been reflected in Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley Odds.

Jake Paul’s Record

Jake Paul is 3-0-0 in his three-fight career. He's finished all three fights early, with only his fight against Nate Robinson making it out of the first round.

No.ResultRecordOpponentTypeRound, timeDate
3Win3–0Ben AskrenTKO1 (8), 1:59Apr 17, 2021
2Win2–0Nate RobinsonKO2 (6), 1:24Nov 28, 2020
1Win1–0AnEsonGibTKO1 (6), 2:18Jan 30, 2020

Brian is a sports journalist with close to ten years of experience in the business. A lifelong Philadelphia sports fan with a passion for all things sports gambling.


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