Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury Odds: Fury’s Odds Slashed, Given 65.3% Chance To Beat Paul

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury odds have always favored Tommy Fury to deliver Paul his first loss. But, recently those odds have moved even more in his favor
Brian Good
Wed, October 20, 1:07 PM EDT

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury Odds: Fury’s Odds Slashed, Given 65.3% Chance To Beat Paul

It’s been well documented That Jake Paul, to this point in his boxing career, has still not fought an actual boxer. Well, it looks like that will change in 2021.

There are rumors that Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury will be the next mega-fight for the YouTuber, and with those rumors come Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury odds. The latest news is that both fighters plan to get this fight finalized shortly, and we could see it take place before the end of the year.

Still, from a Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury odds perspective, the news isn’t that Jake Paul is finally boxing a real boxer. The news is that for the first time ever, Jake Paul is expected to be the underdog.

Now, there are no American odds available for the Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury fight yet. Those Jake paul vs. Tommy Fury odds will become available when the fight is officially announced.

However, UK bookmakers have priced up Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury. When odds opened for the fight, Jake Paul sat at +120 and Fury sat at -175, according to UK sportsbook skybet. But, since then, Fury’s odds have gotten even shorter and Paul’s odds of winning have lengthened.

We don’t know what Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury odds will look like come the opening bell. But, we do know that right now, Paul is the underdog for the first time ever and the odds aren’t moving in his favor.

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury Odds

As I mentioned previously, when Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury odds first became available in late August, we reported that Fury’s odds sat at -175, which implied a 63.3% chance he would defeat Jake Paul and give the Youtuber his first-ever loss.

Now, just a few months later, Fury’s odds have gotten even shorter. Right now, Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury odds have Fury at -188. At those odds, his implied probability of a win is 65.3%.

It isn’t just that Fury’s odds have been slashed. Jake Paul’s odds have gotten significantly worse in lose to two months as well. On August 30, Jake Paul was +120 to beat Tommy Fury. Now, Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury odds see Paul as a +138 underdog. Those odds drop his previous 45.5% implied probability to 42%.

Fighter Odds Implied Probability
Tommy Fury -188 65.3%
Jake Paul +138 42%

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Jake Paul

Jake Paul has had it relatively easy to this point of his boxing career. But, which boxer doesn’t start off their time as a pro with a few cupcakes? The difference is his first few fights are in front of millions of people, while others take place in front of dozens.

Paul started boxing professionally in January of 2020 with a TKO win over AnEsonGib, a fellow YouTuber. He then went on to deliver a highlight-reel KO of former NBA player Nate Robinson before putting down an out-of-shape and ill-prepared Ben Askren.

The first real test for Paul came earlier this year when he took on Tyron Woodley in an 8-round battle. Woodley was the better boxer, but Paul was far more active and earned himself a win on the score cards.

So, that’s why Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury odds have him as being competitive with a real professional boxer for the first time ever.

Tommy Fury

If you don’t know who Tommy Fury is, you’re clearly not a fan of heavyweight boxing or the UK reality television show Love Island. Tommy Fury’s half brother is Tyson Fury, the heavyweight boxing champion of the world who is fresh off his second win over Deontay Wilder. So, it makes sense that those in the boxing community are familiar with Tommy Fury.

But, Tommy Fury is also a former contestant on the UK television show Love Island, where he first rose into the national spotlight.

That all makes him the perfect opponent for Jake Paul this time around. Fury is a real boxer who has fought professional fights in the past and won them all. He will be the best opponent Paul has taken on to this point AND he’s a massive star in his own right.

Jake Paul Fight Record

Result Record Opponent Type Round, time
Win 4–0 Tyron Woodley SD 8
Win 3–0 Ben Askren TKO 1 (8), 1:59
Win 2–0 Nate Robinson KO 2 (6), 1:24
Win 1–0 AnEsonGib TKO 1 (6), 2:18

Tommy Fury Fight Record

Result Record Opponent Type Round, time
Win 7–0 Anthony Taylor UD 4
Win 6–0 Jordan Grant PTS 4
Win 5–0 Scott Williams TKO 2 (4), 2:05
Win 4–0 Genadij Krajevskij KO 2 (4), 2:56
Win 3–0 Przemyslaw Binienda TKO 1 (6), 1:02
Win 2–0 Callum Ide KO 1 (4), 1:34
Win 1–0 Jevgenijs Andrejevs PTS 4

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