Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Rematch Betting Odds

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Ean Lamb
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BetOnline was quick to release odds on a Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury rematch.  Their odds were set at -115 each.


By a little after 6 pm ET Sunday, the odds for the Sunday bout between these two fighters went from Paul -170 to +350 and Fury +140 to -500 in live betting.

Dave Mason of BetOnline called it some "insane action on this Jake Paul -170 vs Tommy Fury +150 bout" with Team BetOnline needing Fury large. "69% of the cash on Paul. 81% of the parlay cash on Paul as well".

YouTube sensation Paul ultimately suffered his first defeat in the ring.

Paul (6-1) knocked down Fury with a short left hand early in the final round of their cruiserweight bout, but the younger half-brother of heavyweight champion Tyson Fury controlled long stretches of the eight-round meeting at Diriyah Arena.

Two judges scored the bout 76-73 for Fury (9-0, 4 KOs), while the third favored Paul, 75-74.

“I’ve already won every single way in life,” Paul said. “I made it farther than I ever thought I would, and beyond. This is a humbling experience. I’ll take it on the chin and come back.”

Gambling911.com witnessed significant traffic coming into this match, however, it was short-lived due to the early time compared to a typical boxing or UFC match.  Most gamblers were already settled in by 4 pm ET with the main event getting underway around 6 pm ET.  Still, this particular Sunday would otherwise had have nominal wagering activity.

13 of the 15 biggest bets were on Jake Paul, according to Mason.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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