Jake Paul Next Fight Odds: Tommy Fury, KSI, Nate Diaz Among Most Likely Opponents

Jake Paul has officially suffered his first defeat as a professional boxer to Tommy Fury, who will "The Problem Child" Jake Paul fight next? We provide the odds for which fighter will be Jake Paul's next fight.
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Jake Paul Next Fight Odds: Tommy Fury, KSI, Nate Diaz Among Most Likely Opponents

Last weekend, Jake Paul suffered the first loss of his professional boxing career at the hands of Tommy Fury. Following the split decision loss to Tommy Fury, many wonder what Jake Paul's next fight will be. Will he demand a rematch and face Tommy Fury next, or will Jake Paul face another opponent in his next fight?

Plenty of options are available for Jake Paul's next fight, but which opponent will take on Jake Paul next?

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Jake Paul Next Fight Odds

Next OpponentOdds
Tommy Fury-300
Nate Diaz+900
Dillon Danis+1600
Jorge Masvidal+2000
Carl Froch+2500
Floyd Mayweather+3300
Manny Pacquiao+5000
Andrew Tate+6600
Conor McGregor+10000

Jake Paul Next Fight: Tommy Fury (-300)

According to Jake Paul, Jake Paul reeled in an incredible $30 million for his fight with Tommy Fury. He claimed this on social media, so we can not confirm this number to be true, but if it is the case, Jake Paul likely won't be in a rush to get back into a ring.

Jake Paul's rise in the sport of boxing has been nothing short of incredible. After the fight, Tommy Fury had nothing but respect for Paul and accepted him as a real boxer. He also said he would end the fight if there were a rematch. He guaranteed there would be a stoppage if he got into the ring again with Jake Paul. Immediately after the fight, Jake Paul said he believes he deserves "that rematch" and would love to "run it back."

There is no official word of a rematch at this point, but it sounds as though both Jake Paul and Tommy Fury are willing to get back in the ring at some point in the future. The current odds for Jake Paul's next fight imply a 75% chance we see a rematch with Tommy Fury.

Jake Paul Next Fight: KSI (+700)

If Jake Paul wants to return to the world of celebrity boxing, a massive fight with KSI awaits him. The two have bickered on social media over a potential scrap, and a fight between them has been rumored for years now.

Considering KSI is on a three-fight winning streak in the amateur boxing world against other YouTube celebrities, this could be a massive payday for Jake Paul!

Jake Paul Next Fight: Nate Diaz (+900)

In early January, Jake Paul officially announced his signing with the Professional Fighters League (PFL), and with the announcement, rumors of a potential fight with Nate Diaz began. Jake Paul's first opponent in the PFL has yet to be announced, but it's expected that his MMA debut will come in 2023. On the other hand, Nate Diaz is a free agent as his UFC contract expired in September after his victory over Tony Ferguson.

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Jake Paul on his contract with PFL back in January, “I’ve proven myself in and out of the boxing ring, and now I am going to do the same in MMA,” Paul said in a statement. “I plan to enter the PFL SmartCage and once again show the world that anything is possible with hard work and dedication. I believe in PFL, their mission, and what they have accomplished in a very short period of time. That is why I chose to partner with PFL exclusively, both as a fighter and a businessperson.”

It sounds to me that the plan all along was for Jake Paul to have his fight with Tommy Fury and then move on to honor his contract with the PFL. Paul's PFL deal is a multi-year, multi-fight contract in which he will lead the way for PFL's new PPV Super Fights division, giving fighters 50% of revenue. Paul's fights in the PFL will not be part of its season in which champions are crowned, with the winner earning a $1 million prize. Instead, Paul will be exclusive to these "PFL PPV Super Fights," separate events sold on pay-per-view.

It sounds to me that Jake Paul will either commit to a rematch with Tommy Fury in the summer or early fall of 2023, and he will then begin his MMA career and likely face UFC legend Nate Diaz.

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Tom Viera is an experienced betting and fantasy sports writer. Tom brings a vast knowledge of all things NFL, NBA, MLB and soccer to the OddsChecker stable of handicappers.

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