Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury Odds: Jake Paul The Underdog For First Time In Career

Jake Paul defeated Tyron Woodley on Sunday night via split decision. Who will Jake Paul fight next? Almost everyone thinks it'll be Tommy Fury, and Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury odds have Paul as the underdog for the first time in his career.
Brian Good
Mon, August 30, 6:10 AM EDT

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury Odds: Jake Paul The Underdog For First Time In Career

Anyone that watched on Sunday knew that it was just a matter of time until we saw Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury odds go live. And, while those Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury odds aren't yet available in the United States, UK bookmaker Sky Bet has priced up the fight, and they're eye-opening.

According to Sky Bet, Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury odds will be the first time in Jake Paul's career that he opens a fight as the underdog.

Jake Paul has fought YouTubers, former NBA players and former UFC champs. But, if Jake Paul's next opponent is Tommy Fury, it will be the first time Paul has ever fought a professional boxer.

Now, there are still questions about Tommy Fury the boxer. He hasn't fought anyone of note in his professional or amateur career. But, Fury has beaten everyone put in front of him and is 7-0 as a boxer.

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Tommy Fury vs. Jake Paul Odds

Jake Paul loves to talk about all the adversity he's faced to get to this point. How no one has believed in him. But, the reality is he's been the favorite in every single one of his professional boxing matches to date.

Even when he's going up against a former UFC champion, Jake Paul has been the favorite. But, for the first time in his career, he can now call himself an underdog, if he decides to fight Tommy Fury.

There still hasn't been any confirmation from either camp that this fight is set, but that hasn't stopped UK bookmakers from pricing up Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury odds.

As of Monday, Jake Paul's odds to beat Tommy Fury in sit at +120, which implies a 45.5% chance that he wins and moves to 5-0 in his career.

As for Tommy Fury, his Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury odds sit at -175 for the potential fight. At that price, oddsmakers are implying a 63.6% chance he improves to 8-0 and hands Jake Paul his first ever loss in a boxing ring.

Result Odds Implied Probability
Tommy Fury Win -175 63.3%
Draw +2200 4.3%
Jake Paul Win +120 45.5%

Tommy Fury

Tommy Fury is best known for being the half-brother of the best heavyweight boxer on the planet, Tyson Fury. But, he rose to superstar status as a member of Season 5 on the television show Love Island.

Fury came into Sunday night at 6-0 as a professional boxer. He fought Anthony Taylor, a former mixed martial artist.

Fury won his fight vs. Taylor via decision. He dominated from the opening bell to the finish, but it also left some questions. The fight only went four rounds and most expected Fury, the much bigger and more experienced fighter, to knock Taylor out and he didn't even put him on the canvas once.

Either way, Fury and Paul had a face-to-face in the locker room following Paul's win over Woodley, seemingly setting the stage for their potential fight.

Jake Paul

Jake Paul won on Sunday. He beat a more experienced fighter in Tyron Woodley and got some good shots in. But, I left with more questions that I did answers.

I think it was clear to most that watched that Woodley, not Paul, was in control of the fight for most rounds. Woodley was taking the fight to Paul, who was trying to pick his spots and counter punch and land combinations.

The problem for Woodley was he didn't press the issue enough. When he threw punches, he frustrated Paul. But, he wasn't active enough to win the fight. Give Jake Paul credit for having a game plan and sticking to it.

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury odds are interesting because neither were overly impressive on Sunday night, but for some reason, Fury comes in as the favorite despite Paul getting the biggest win of his career.

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