Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren Undercard: Public Betting Data For The Card

The full undercard for this weekend's Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren fight on Triller Fight Club, including public betting data
Samuel Farley
Fri, April 16, 7:08 AM EDT

Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren Undercard

It's the fight that we've all been waiting for and on Saturday we'll finally see Jake Paul step into a boxing ring against former UFC star Ben Askren. We've already covered the main event in big detail on OddsChecker, so if you you're looking for picks (click here), prop picks (click here) or a chance to win $100 on the fight (click here). 

We all know about Jake Paul and Ben Askren by now but who else is on the undercard for the fight? Don't worry we've got you covered and here is the full Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren undercard, including public betting data.

Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren

It goes without saying that it's the main event on the Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren card. Jake Paul is now the favorite with bettors and bookies alike. If you want to bet on Jake Paul then the best odds available today are -177. You won't be alone though, with Jake Paul accounting for 53.18% of bets over the past 7 days.

Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren Betting Odds

Result

Odds

Public Betting % (7 Days)

Jake Paul

-177

53.18%

Ben Askren

+160

43.39%

Draw

+2000

3.43%

Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren Prediction: Ben Askren

Regis Prograis vs. Ivan Redkach

If there is criticism around the main event, with two formative boxers headlining, then it's hard to argue with the penultimate fight of the night. This super lightweight fight features former champion Regis Prograis, with both men looking to rebuild their case for a world title shot. Prograis is the more established of the two men, with a 25-1 record, including 23 victories knockouts, with his sole loss coming at the hands of Josh Taylor. 

Prograis is the huge favorite with bookmakers but surprisingly over 43% of bets have been on Redkach, despite being inactive and out of the ring since January 2020, when he got beaten by Danny Garcia, a 5th loss in his career.

Regis Prograis vs. Ivan Redkach Betting Odds

Result

Odds

Public Betting % (7 Days)

Regis Prograis

-3000

56.25%

Ivan Redkach

+1200

43.75%

Draw

+2500

0%

Regis Prograis vs. Ivan Redkach Prediction: Regis Prograis

Lorenzo Simpson vs. Francisco Emanuel Torres

Lorenzo "Truck" Simpson was thrilled for his fight to be on the Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren undercard and says that he'll beat his opponent on the night, the 31-year old Argentinian Francisco Emanuel Torres. Simpson is 10 years younger and will look to use his youthful energy to secure the win.

It's not possible to wager on this fight currently so we don't have any betting data.

Lorenzo Simpson vs. Francisco Emanuel Torres Prediction: Lorenzo Simpson

Junior Younan vs. Jeyson Minda

This super middleweight contest on the Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren undercard has the potential to be really interesting. Junior Younan hasn't fought in two years since a fantastic, unanimous victory, but he's been missing in action for some time now.

He was 15-0 before going missing from the sport and will be looking to shake off that ring rust against Jeyson Minda. Minda is coming into the fight on the back of three straight defeats, something you'd expect will give Younan the platform to relaunch his career. 

Sadly it's not currently possible to bet on this fight.

Junior Younan vs. Jeyson Minda Prediction: Junior Younan

Quinton Randall vs. William Jackson

Next up on the Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren undercard is this welterweight clash between two boxers, one of which is coming out of retirement to fight.

Quinton Randall is still active and it'll be hard for William Jackson to get back to the level he was during his career, which would surely make Randall, 7-0, the favorite if we were able to wager on the event.

Quinton Randall vs. William Jackson Prediction: Quinton Randall

Steve Cunningham vs.  Frank Mir

The second fight on the Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren card which features a former UFC champion. Frank Mir is 41-years old but as a former UFC heavyweight champion he had 19 victories.

Cunningham was a two-time champion at cruiserweight and has stepped into this fight to replace Antonio Tarver who pulled out. While Cunningham is also quite old at 44, and been out of the ring since 2017, he's a former professional boxer. That has led to the books making him a huge favorite at -900, and he's also taken a huge 82% of all bets on the fight.

Steve Cunningham vs. Frank Mir Betting Odds

Result

Odds

Public Betting % (7 Days)

Steve Cunningham

-900

82.76%

Frank Mir

+650

17.24%

Draw

+1600

0%

Steve Cunningham vs. Frank Mir Prediction: Frank Mir

Joe Fournier vs. Reykon

There has been a lot of criticism of the main event, with many feeling that it disrespects boxing. Is that true? I'm not totally sure, but this fight is by far the most offensive of those on the Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren undercard. 

Neither man is a boxer. Joe Fournier is a British businessman, the 38-year old made his money in the nightclub business, so knows a thing about entertainment. His opponent on Saturday night is reggaeton singer Reykon. They fell out after an argument over a woman in a nightclub and now it's somehow ended up as a fight beind broadcast on Triller Fight Club as part of the Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren undercard.

Joe Fournier vs. Reykon Prediction: Joe Fournier

Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren Performances

The performances in the ring are only part of the reason to watch the Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren card, we're also being treated to some great music performances by some massive names.

It's believed that Justin Bieber, Diplo, The Black Keys, Doja Car and Major Lazer will all be performing. We're obviously very excited by Justin Bieber but arguably the biggest artist performing will be Mt Westmore. Who is Mt Westmore? It's a new rap super group featuring some of the biggest names in the history of the genre, with Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, E-40 and Too $hort all involved.

Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren Commentary Team

After Snoop Dogg's commentary for Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr, also on Triller, went viral it's clear that the team behind that event have gone for something similar. 

They've recruited Saturday Night Live comedian Pete Davidson to be part of the commentary team, which is sure to give us plenty of hilarious moments.

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