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Jake Paul vs. Anderson Silva Odds: 72% of Bets on Paul to Beat Silva

Jake Paul is taking on Anderson Silva on October 29, 2022. When these two get in the ring who will come out on top? Here's a look at the latest Jake Paul vs. Anderson Silva odds and betting data.
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Jake Paul vs. Anderson Silva Odds: 72% of Bets on Paul to Beat Silva

Jake Paul puts butts in the seats. The YouTuber turned boxer is one of the most entertaining personalities in the sport and to his credit, he has massively improved as a boxer over time.

Jake Paul was supposed to fight Hasim Rahman Jr. earlier this year but after it was canceled, Paul pivoted to Anderson Silva. Can Jake Paul make it 6-0 in the ring? Let's see what the Jake Paul vs. Anderson Silva odds has to say.

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Jake Paul v Anderson start time, where to watch, and odds

  • When: Saturday, October 29
  • Where: Footprint Center (Phoenix, Arizona)
  • Time: 8:00 pm ET / 5:00 pm PT
  • How to watch: Showtime PPV

Jake Paul vs. Anderson Silva Odds

FighterOddsImplied Chance
Anderson Silva-11553.49%
Jake Paul-10551.22%

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Jake Paul vs. Anderson Silva Odds Breakdown

According to the Jake Paul vs. Anderson Silva odds, Silva is given a slight edge. Silva's odds imply a 53.49% chance at victory to Jake Paul's 51.22% chance of coming away with the win. Despite Anderson Silva being the slight favorite, the betting public is fading him.

72.22% of the bets that have come in are on Paul to pull off the win and move to 6-0 as a boxer. This isn't the first time Paul has taken on a UFC legend, and he's done well so far.

Silva is a combat sports legend as the former middleweight champion of the UFC. Silva has 34 wins in his UFC career and 23 of them have come by the way of knockout. He's moved on from the UFC but he's done fairly well as a boxer recently.

He's 3-1 in his boxing career and has a split decision win over former WBC middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. That's impressive no matter how you slice it.

Paul has his work cut out for him going against an opponent of the caliber of Anderson Silva. Will he be able to pull it out? The public certainly buys it.

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OddsChecker sports writer Matt O'Leary brings experience sports betting advice to the OC staff. You may recognize Matt from his popular New York Jets youtube channel, but his vast knowledge of sports and betting goes well past the boundaries of New York.


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