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Tommy Fury vs. Anthony Taylor Odds: 93.3% Chance Tommy Furry Wins on Sunday

Tommy Fury vs. Anthony Taylor odds are one-sided, favoring Fury to come out on top. Could a fight against Jake Paul be next for the Love Island star?
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Tommy Fury vs. Anthony Taylor Odds: 93.3% Chance Tommy Fury Wins on Sunday

Jake Paul's full attention will be on his fight against Tyron Woodley come Sunday night, but he may want to keep his eyes on the ring when Tommy Fury enters for his bout against Anthony Taylor. After all, Fury could be Paul's next opponent.

Tommy Furry, younger brother of heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, is set to fight on the undercard for Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley. and, there have been rumors that Tommy Fury is next in line to get a shot at the YouTuber. There were even media members at the weigh-ins for the fight asking if Fury is thinking about a Paul matchup.

Why would Tommy Fury fight Jake Paul? Besides the fact that he's the younger brother of one of the best boxers in the entire world, Tommy Fury rose to superstardom in the UK recently after appearing on the television show Love Island, giving him the name recognition need to get a fight vs. Jake Paul.

Still, if Fury loses to Anthony Taylor on Sunday he can probably kiss a fight against Paul goodbye. So, a lot's riding on this one for Furry.

Luckily for Tommy Fury, the sportsbooks think the reality TV star will breeze through his opponent. The latest Tommy Fury vs. Anthony Taylor odds give him an implied probability of 93.3% to win on Sunday in Cleveland, Ohio.

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Tommy Fury vs. Anthony Taylor Odds

There are actually quite a few similarities between Tommy Furry and Jake Paul. A famous older brother, online fame, and of course a lot of questions about the quality of opponents they have fought so far heading into Sunday's fight.

Tommy Fury needs a win against Anthony Taylor, but the latest Tommy Fury vs. Anthony Taylor odds suggest that the win will do little to convince people he's a top-tier boxer.

This is Anthony Taylor's first-ever professional boxing match. Taylor was a journeyman MMA fighter for a little while, eventually earning a spot as one of Jake Paul's sparring partners. Now, he's just a few days away from fighting on the Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley undercard

So, just how lopsided are the latest Tommy Fury vs. Anthony Taylor odds? Well, they don't give Taylor much of a chance of winning.

As of Friday, Tommy Fury vs. Anthony Taylor odds have Fury as a massive -1400 favorite to beat Taylor. Meanwhile, Taylor's odds sit at +890.

Those Fury vs. Taylor odds give Fury an implied probability of 93.3%, while Taylor stands just a 10.1% chance of winning.

FighterOddsImplied Probability
Tommy Fury-140093.3%
Anthony Taylor+89010.1%

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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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