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Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley Odds: Paul’s Odds To Win Keep Getting Better As Fight Approaches

Can Jake Paul move to 4-0 as a boer? Oddsmakers like the YouTuber's chances and have slashed his odds as the August 19 fight gets closer.
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Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley Odds: Paul’s Odds To Win Keep Getting Better As Fight Approaches

We are officially just a week away from Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley, and more importantly we’re a week away from getting to take advantage of those Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley odds. If you have backed Tyron Woodley in the past, we have some bad news for you. He could still win, but the value you’re getting now vs. when Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley odds were released is not good.

As for Paul, if you bet on him to win when odds came out it’s looking like a smart move as the closing line value on his original price is looking like the best you’re going to get on this one.

Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley odds have been available for some time, but with the fight just a few days away the oddsmakers are loading up on a Jake Paul win, slashing his odds as we get closer to the opening bell.

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Jake Paul Fight History

So far, betting on Jake Paul odds has proved to be a pretty sound investment strategy. After all, he’s won every single bout he’s fought in. All three of them.

Jake Paul is yet to take on a fighter with even one professional boxing match in his career and Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley won’t change that.

Paul’s first professional fight came against fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib, who he KOd. Then, he scored a highlight-reel KO against former NBA player Nate Robinson. His last fight came against an out of shape Ben Askren, who he easily knocked out in the first round.

Woodley will be Paul’s toughest test to this point, but that isn’t necessarily saying much.

Jake Paul Fight Record

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

Tyron Woodley Fight History

Tyron Woodley may not have a professional boxing match under his belt, but he’s far from a rookie when it comes to the fight game.

Woodley is the former UFC welterweight champion. At one point not too long ago, Tyron Woodley was considered one of the best pound-for-pound mixed martial artists in the world. But, he lost four straight fights to end his career and was eventually dropped.

Now, Woodley takes on Jake Paul, a former YouTuber, in his first ever professional boxing match. Woodley was never known for his striking. He is a former All-American wrestler in college but never was much of a knockout artist.

If he plans on not getting embarrassed on Sunday night, let’s hope he’s been practicing his striking.

Tyron Woodley Fight Record

Loss19–7–1Vicente LuqueSubmission (Brabo choke)UFC 260March 27, 2021103:56
Loss19–6–1Colby CovingtonTKO (rib injury)UFC Fight Night: Covington vs. WoodleySeptember 19, 2020501:19
Loss19–5–1Gilbert BurnsDecision (unanimous)UFC on ESPN: Woodley vs. BurnsMay 30, 2020505:00
Loss19–4–1Kamaru UsmanDecision (unanimous)UFC 235March 2, 2019505:00
Win19–3–1Darren TillSubmission (Brabo choke)UFC 228September 8, 2018204:19
Win18–3–1Demian MaiaDecision (unanimous)UFC 214July 29, 2017505:00
Win17–3–1Stephen ThompsonDecision (majority)UFC 209March 4, 2017505:00
Draw16–3–1Stephen ThompsonDraw (majority)UFC 205November 12, 2016505:00
Win16–3Robbie LawlerKO (punches)UFC 201July 30, 2016102:12
Win15–3Kelvin GastelumDecision (split)UFC 183January 31, 2015305:00
Win14–3Dong Hyun KimTKO (punches)UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs. LeAugust 23, 2014101:01
Loss13–3Rory MacDonaldDecision (unanimous)UFC 174June 14, 2014305:00
Win13–2Carlos ConditTKO (leg kick)UFC 171March 15, 2014202:00
Win12–2Josh KoscheckKO (punches)UFC 167November 16, 2013104:38
Loss11–2Jake ShieldsDecision (split)UFC 161June 15, 2013305:00
Win11–1Jay HieronKO (punches)UFC 156February 2, 2013100:36
Loss10–1Nate MarquardtKO (elbows and punches)Strikeforce: Rockhold vs. KennedyJuly 14, 2012401:39
Win10–0Jordan MeinDecision (split)Strikeforce: Rockhold vs. JardineJanuary 7, 2012305:00
Win9–0Paul DaleyDecision (unanimous)Strikeforce: Fedor vs. HendersonJuly 30, 2011305:00
Win8–0Tarec SaffiedineDecision (unanimous)Strikeforce Challengers: Woodley vs. SaffiedineJanuary 7, 2011305:00
Win7–0André GalvãoTKO (punches)Strikeforce: Diaz vs. Noons IIOctober 9, 2010101:48
Win6–0Nathan CoyDecision (split)Strikeforce Challengers: Lindland vs. CaseyMay 21, 2010305:00
Win5–0Rudy BearsSubmission (arm-triangle choke)Strikeforce Challengers: Woodley vs. BearsNovember 20, 2009102:52
Win4–0Zach LightSubmission (armbar)Strikeforce Challengers: Kennedy vs. CummingsSeptember 25, 2009203:38
Win3–0Salvador WoodsSubmission (Brabo choke)Strikeforce: Lawler vs. ShieldsJune 6, 2009104:20
Win2–0Jeff CarstensSubmission (rear-naked choke)Respect Is Earned: Brotherly Love BrawlApril 30, 2009100:48
Win1–0Steve SchniderTKO (submission to punches)Headhunter Productions: The Patriot Act 1February 7, 2009101:09

Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley Odds

So, neither Jake Paul nor Tyron Woodley are seasoned boxers. Still, there will be massive hype around their fight and there will be massive action on Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley odds. So, how have the Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley odds moved since they were live?

The very first Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley odds available had Jake Paul as a -139 favorite and Tyron Woodley sitting at +100. Those odds implied a 58.2% chance of winning for Paul and a 50% chance for Woodley.

Now, the latest Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley odds have shifted heavily, especially when it comes to Woodley’s odds of winning.

Right now, Jake Paul is a -166 favorite, odds that imply he has a 62.4% chance to go 4-0. As for Woodley, his odds are all the way out to +162 and implies a 38.2% shot at he upset.

FighterOddsImplied Probability
Jake Paul-16662.4%
Tyron Woodley+16238.2%

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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