Jake Paul is now the bet loser as he is rumored to be facing off against Anderson Silva.
On Monday night, news broke that Paul and Silva have agreed to host a Showtime boxing pay-per-view show on October 29. Paul, who hasn’t played since beating Tyron Woodley last December.
While Silva is another ex-UFC fighter, he has boxing experience and is KO’ing Tito Ortiz and Julio Cesa Jr. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. makes the decision in his first fight since leaving the UFC. In doing so, the gaming public seems to like him beating Paul, as the YouTuber became a betting loser after becoming a betting darling when the fight was rumored a few months ago.
Here are the odds for Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva:
Jake Paul +100 (1/1)
at -180 (5/9) for Paul and +150 (3/2) for Silva.
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Paul Silva odds:
Jake Paul +100 (opening -180)
Anderson Silva -130 (opening +150)
Paul is +100, a $100 bet will bring you $100 if you think he won, compared to the opening line where you need to bet $180 to win $100. If you like Silva’s side, you need to bet $130 to win $100, and at the opening, bet $100 to win $150 if he wins.
Nor is it the first time Paul has been a loser, as he was a bet loser against Tommy Fury before this game was called off.
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Jake Paul (5-0) Ending pair Tyron Woodley’s KO victory in December served as a rematch after he won by split decision in August. Paul was supposed to face Tommy Fury and Hasim Rahman Jr. this year, but neither came to fruition. During his boxing career, Paul also defeated Ben Askren by TKO, Nate Robinson by KO and YouTuber AnEsonGib by TKO in his debut.
Anderson Silva (3-1 boxing, 34-11 and 1 no-fight MMA) switched to boxing after his release from the UFC. Silva lost his professional boxing debut in 1998, then got his first win in 2005 before focusing on MMA. After wrapping up his mixed martial arts career, he defeated Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. by a decisive score and then eliminated Tito Ortiz last September.
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