Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley Odds, Predictions, Picks
- Jake Paul has a 4-0-0 record
- Tyron Woodley has a 0-1-0 record
- These men fought out an eight-rounds thriller last time
Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley Odds
Here is the current betting on the winner of this fight with all odds taken from the Caesars Sportsbook.
|Jake Paul||-240 |
|Tyron Woodley||+200 |
Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley Pick
Jake Paul to win by KO/TKO @ (+180)
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Interest in this fight has been feverish, and the sport hasn’t attracted as much attention from neutrals and casual fans for some time. Probably since Jake Paul was last in the ring. The YouTuber ruffled a few feathers when stepping into professional boxing, with many of t
he game’s purists considering it an embarrassment.
Other pro fighters believed the social media star was jumping the line, getting the big money fights and media coverage they had worked their entire careers for.
That’s not Jake Paul’s fault, of course. The American isn’t the most technically gifted boxer on the scene, but he does have a talent and flair for boxing and has helped increase the attention around professional boxing.
He sells out arenas every time he fights with thousands in attendance and millions more watching around the world on pay per view.
As Jake will quickly remind anyone that questions his involvement in boxing, his viewing figures dwarf that of most other fighters. Contrary to popular opinion, he has been great for boxing.
The millions planning to watch Paul vs Woodley II will have an opinion on how the fight will go and who the winner will be.
Many will be tuning in to cheer on Jake, following him from his Youtube stardom to his boxing career, but Woodley won’t be without his share of the support on fight night. The Amalie Arena in Tampa plays host, and it will be packed to capacity with fight fans hungry for blood.
They saw the first fight go to a decision, which Paul won by the tightest of margins, but they hope to see a more dramatic rematch. They want to see a KO.
Amongst followers making predictions on the fight winner, there will be several backing those picks in the betting. There will be plenty to gamble on, thanks to the leading bookies.
The action will be exciting, but it will be even more dramatic, with a bet riding on the outcome. Boxing gambling can give you two reasons to cheer, one for your fighter as he punches his way to victory and again for the profits racing to your betting balance.
The fight winner betting is the simplest way to gamble on this bout and, by far, the most popular, but it’s not the only option open to gamblers. If you have an account registered with any bookmaker mentioned on this page or site, you can enjoy a list of gambling specials. These include winning rounds, methods of victory, to be knocked down, and more.
As you can see from the fight-winner market, Jake Paul is the hot favorite, but bookies haven’t completely written off the challenge of Tyron Woodley. Traders recall just how competitive the first fight was, ending in a split decision win for Paul, and they expect more of the same here. The oddsmakers are also unsure of what to make of Paul.
Will we see further improvement from him?
What about Woodley? Has he improved any, and is he capable of going one better than last time?
Another interesting side note to this fight is it was hastily arranged. Woodley is a late replacement, standing in at late notice after English fighter Tommy Fury was forced to pull out due to an injury sustained in training, or so he claims.
Jake reacted to the news of Fury’s withdrawal by calling him a coward, saying he pulled out to avoid embarrassing his family, which includes world heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury.
Whatever side you take or story you believe, Paul v Fury is off and may be made again for the summer of 2022.
Fury’s absence meant promoters of this bill had to arrange a replacement or refund everyone’s ticket money. They wanted to avoid the latter, of course but needed to get a fighter that excited the fans, and that was the Woodley rematch. It’s a bout people want to see again and one that will sell pay per view in the United States.
Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley Predictions
Where does that leave Woodley? Is he healthy and fit, ready for another grueling contest?
Was he standing on the sidelines waiting for the call, or has he been sitting around doing nothing since losing to Paul?
We’ll find out this weekend but, regardless of how fit he is, this is a late notice fight for him, and he’s up against an opponent that has enjoyed a full training camp. Jake Paul had been preparing for a Tommy Fury who is a much better fighter than Tyron Woodley. The smart money is on Paul, and his fitness encourages us to bet on the stoppage.
Woodley is a decent boxer, but he will have to be at his best to have any chance of beating Paul. That’s difficult to imagine at short notice. Paul is a strong fighter who can be a bit wild at times and get carried away, especially when he has an opponent hurt, but he does have the power to KO opponents, especially fellow novices.
He will put it on Woodley early, try to overwhelm him, and we’re backing the favorite for a knockout win, probably in the middle rounds after finding his distance.
Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley on the Wise Kracks Podcast
If you haven’t tuned in to our weekly sports betting podcast yet, what are you waiting for? Expert sports bettor Bill Krackomberger and co-host Jon Orlando team up each week to bring you the latest picks, predictions, and news from the sports betting world.
In this week’s episode, they give their 2 cents on the Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley rematch. Bill was looking forward to watching Jake Paul fight Fury and he’s not sure this fight will be more than just “a show”.
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How to Watch Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley
|Jake Paul v Tyron Woodley Information|
|Fight||Jake Paul v Tyron Woodley|
|Promoter||MVP Promotions (Jake Paul)|
|Location||Amalie Arena, Tampa|
|Date and Time||Saturday 18 December, 20:00 EST|
|How to watch||Live on USA Showtime PPV|
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