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Anderson Silva vs. Jake Paul Odds: Silva Given 58% Chance To Hand Paul His First Loss

Oddsmakers are giving Anderson Silva a 58% chance to defeat Jake Paul in their upcoming bout. Let's take a closer look at Anderson Silva vs. Jake Paul.
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Anderson Silva vs. Jake Paul Odds: Silva Given 58% Chance To Hand Paul His First Loss

Jake Paul faces his toughest test to date as he takes on former UFC Middleweight Champion and future UFC Hall of Famer, Anderson 'The Spider' Silva.

Let's take a closer look at one of the premier boxing events of 2022.

Anderson Silva vs. Jake Paul Start Time, Where To Watch, and Odds

  • When: Saturday, October 29, 2022
  • Time: 8:00 PM EDT
  • Where: Footprint Center, Phoenix, Arizona
  • Where to Watch: Showtime PPV

Anderson Silva vs. Jake Paul Tale of The Tape

NameNationalityAgeRecordKOsHeightReachStyleNicknameLast Opponent
Jake PaulAmerican255-046'176INOrthodoxThe Problem ChildTyron Woodley
Anderson SilvaBrazilian473-126'278INOrthodoxSpiderTito Ortiz

Anderson Silva (3-1, 2 KO)

Anderson Silva made his professional boxing debut all the way back in 1998 and wouldn't compete in the ring again until 2005 due to putting together, perhaps, the best resumé in UFC history. Silva held the UFC's Middleweight Championship from October 2006 until July 2013. Following his UFC retirement in October 2020, Silva returned to Boxing and would get revenge over Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and avenged his loss to the Mexican-born star, back in 2005. Silva most recently competed in September 2021 and knocked out fellow-former UFC Champion, Tito Ortiz in under 90-seconds.

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Jake Paul (5-0, 4 KO)

Jake Paul will once again up his competition as he faces the future UFC Hall of Famer.

The Ohio-native dispatched YouTube star, Ali Eason Gib in his professional debut before viciously knocking out former NBA star, Nate Robinson. Paul then challenged former UFC star and ONE Championship Welterweight King, Ben Askren, where 'The Problem Child' would win via KO in under two minutes. Paul's fourth pro bout came against former UFC Welterweight Champion, Tyron Woodley. The 25-year-old star would defeat 'The Chose One' by a split decision. Paul's next scheduled bout would be against Heavyweight Champion, Tyson Fury's younger brother, Tommy, however, the Englishman would pull out of the scheduled bout due to an undisclosed injury.

Woodley would replace Fury on short notice and would have a highly-anticipated rematch against Paul, but this time, Paul knocked Woodley out. Following his second victory over Woodley, another bout between Paul and Fury was scheduled for this summer, but again, Fury would pull out of the matchup due to not being able to enter the United States. In stepped Hasim Rahman Jr., who was announced as Fury's replacement. However, that bout was also nixed due to Paul's camp claiming that Rahman Jr. was severely above the agreed-upon weight. Rahman Jr. would do his own weigh-in the day before the scheduled bout date and it was revealed that he was indeed above the agreed weight.

Anderson Silva vs. Jake Paul Odds

ResultOddsImplied Chance
Anderson Silva-14058.33%
Jake Paul+11047.62%


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