Jake Paul vs. Andrew Tate Odds: Paul Given 75% Chance to Beat Tate in Potential Boxing Match
Jake Paul vs. Andrew Tate Odds: Paul Given 66% Chance to Beat Tate in Potential Boxing Match
Earlier today, Jake Paul announced that he has a deal signed for his next fight, which will be coming up in October.
Obviously, this led to a bunch of different internet outlets wondering who Paul will fight next. And, according to sportsbooks, internet celebrity Andrew Tate is a real possibility. As a result, we're beginning to see Jake Paul vs. Andrew Tate odds pop up.
If you aren't familiar with Tate, he is a former professional kickboxer who then went on the television show Big Brother and has since been making waves with his abrasive comments about pretty much everything. Tate has been banned from Instagram, Facebook and YouTube in the past few days due to comments he has made about certain groups.
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So, why are Jake Paul vs. Andrew Tate odds becoming popular?
In the past week, Paul was asked about Tate and gave a candid response that was extremely critical of both Tate and his fans. This led to some wondering if an Andrew Tate fight was already in the works.
It makes all the sense in the world, but will it happen? Let's take a look at Jake Paul vs. Andrew Tate odds
Jake Paul vs. Andrew Tate Odds
Jake Paul vs. Andrew Tate odds quite clearly favor the only one of them that is allowed to post videos to YouTube. But, it's not as lopsided as you may have assumed.
Because of Tate's kickboxing background, sportsbooks have priced up Jake Paul vs. Andrew Tate odds conservatively, making Paul a favorite but not by any outlandish margin.
According to the latest Jake Paul vs. Andrew Tate odd, Paul is currently a -300 favorite to beat Tate. At that price, his implied probability is 75%. It's a good price for Paul backers as he's been training for a few years now and looks to be a legitimate boxer in his own right.
As for Tate, at +200 his implied probability to win is just 33%.
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