SportsBetting.ag portrayed Jake Paul as the favorite at -130 odds signifying a 57% chance for him to triumph over Tyron Woodley. Amazingly, wagers online have even put up more stake on Paul pushing his likelihood of winning to 61%, pushing the odds to -155.
This, therefore, means that the odds are likely to go even down as we near the scheduled bout as the statistics and other reasons seem to favor the youtube sensation. The gap between Paul and Woodley seems to widen at the SportsBetting.ag since Tryon’s odds opened at -110 but later moved to +125, deeming him as the underdog.
This actually means that Woodley has a 44% chance of winning, and betting $100 on him would earn you $125 when he tramples over Paul on August 28th.
Jake Paul, who has defeated Ben Askren, Nate Robinson, and Ali Eson Gib, has rather confessed of the weight of the anticipated bout against Tyron Woodley. Speaking via his Instagram account, Paul has admitted that the fight against Woodley will be a challenging one in his career.
“This will be the hardest fight I’ve had, the toughest opponent by far, the most known opponent,” Paul wrote on his Instagram. “We will break another boxing PPV record.” He wrote.
Also, it is worth noting the apparent advantages that Paul holds against Woodley before the match day. Paul, 6 foot 1’, has a height advantage over Tyron, who is 5 foot 9’. The difference may not be that much for him should Woodley use that for his benefit.