Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury Fight Date, Odds, Betting and Where to Watch

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury date, odds, where to watch and betting data since the fight was announced Friday. Who is the Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury favorite?
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Fri, October 29, 12:27 PM EDT | 4 min read
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Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury Fight Date, Odds, Betting and Where to Watch

The world’s worst-kept secret was made official on Friday night. Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury is on! The fight is scheduled to take place on Saturday, December 18 in Tampa Bay, Florida.

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury has been brewing for some time. Last time Jake Paul (4-0, 3 KOs) fought, when he defeated Tyron Woodley earlier this year, Tommy Fury (7-0, 4 KOs) fought on his undercard. That was no coincidence.

Fury was seen after the fight challenging Paul his next time out. Now, those challenges have become an official bout, coming our way in late 2021.

There are no Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury odds available in the US right now, but UK sportsbooks have odds available to bet.

So, let’s go over everything you need to know about Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury, including where to watch, when the fight is and the odds you can expect.

 

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Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury Fight Date

Location: Tampa Bay, Florida

Date: December 18. 2021

Time: TBA

How to Watch Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury

Channel: Showtime PPV

How to Stream: Sho Anytime App

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury Odds

Like we said earlier, there are no readily available odds for Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury right now. But, you can be sure that when those Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury odds make their way to the United States, we’ll be the first to have them.

Still, Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury odds are available across the ponds, and things aren’t looking too good for the unbeaten YouTuber.

Right now, Tommy Fury’s odds sit at -188 to defeat Paul, implying a 65.2% probability he delivers Paul his first loss. As for Paul his odds of winning are +175. This isn’t just the first tie Paul has ever fought someone with professional boxing experience, it’s also the first time in his career that he’s been the underdog. Ever.

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury Betting

If it wasn’t bad enough for Paul that the oddsmakers don’t think he can win, wait until he sees how the betting public has reacted to the news of Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury being made official.

In the last few hours, since the fight was announced, 83.3% of all moneyline bets in the UK have been on Fury to win and Paul to suffer his first loss. Even with the shorter odds on Fury, bettors aren’t taking the bait and betting Paul.

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