Once again, Jake “Problem Child” Paul steps into the boxing ring, and now, he is facing the younger brother of the Gypsy King, to test his boxing skills once again, but this time, against a known and active boxer.
This event takes place in the Diriyah Arena, in Diriyah, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and it has only 5 bouts in total, being headlined by this exciting main event between the Influencer turned boxer and the brother of the legend.
Jake Paul has been making waves in headliners, keeping a 6-0 record against big names that aren’t really that remarkable in the boxing world, but now he faces an undefeated 8-0 record boxer in Tommy Fury.
This fight has become infamous on the internet due to all the trash talk both fighters had been having in the last few years, fueling an intense rivalry that, for many, is just another theater put up to mask the fact that Paul’s career is nothing more than an act.
Whatever you believe, is obvious that these two don’t like each other, and the case became more heated up when Fury missed the face-off in Arabia Saudi. After a while it was known he was sparring with Cathal Crawly, with the latter famously tweeting:
Great experience out in Bolton helping Tommy get ready for his fight with Jake Paul. While Jake Paul was chatting s**t at a press conference, me and Tommy were doing eight hard rounds of sparring.
With an exciting headliner title fight on Sunday 26th, fight fans will be on the edge of their seats as another test comes towards the Problem Child.
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Ziyad Almaayouf vs. Ronald Martinez – Super lightweight
Muhsin Cason vs. Taryel Jafarov – Cruiserweight
Bader Samreen vs. Viorel Simion – Lightweight
Friday, Sunday 26th at 4 pm GMT (8 am PT, 10 am CT, 11 am ET) at the Diriyah Arena, in Diriyah, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Ringwalks time (estimated):
7 pm GMT (11 am PT, 1 pm CT, 2 pm ET)
Jake Paul –165
Tommy Fury +135
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Why Bet on Jake Paul?
Paul gained fame as a Disney star and social media influencer, before turning his attention to boxing back in 2018.
Since then, however, he has put together a record of 6-0, with four KOs, against arguably more impressive opposition than Fury, including former UFC champions Tyron Woodley and Anderson Silva.
It has been quite the run, and while he may have his doubters, Jake has come a long way from his very first match to what we saw in his battle against Anderson Silva.
Why Bet on Tommy Fury?
Fury comes from a fighting family and he has been boxing since he was a child and is unbeaten as a professional, with eight wins in his eight fights so far, which includes four knockouts.
The brother of the gypsy king usually fights at a lower weight class and has a ton more experience under his belt than his opponent, but going up multiple weight classes and battling against a stronger opponent might be a difficult challenge to overcome.
Final Betting Analysis – Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury
Back when this fight was first announced, it would have been easy to believe that Tommy Fury would wipe the floor with Jake Paul because the problem child was just a YouTube guy and not a great boxer.
We might argue that Paul is still not great at boxing, however, he’s improved a hell of a lot and he’s been putting in a lot of work and training with the best trainers over in America, taking things as seriously as he needs to perform.
Tommy “TNT” Fury is no slouch either, and has been training with Tyson Fury, the great “Gypsy King”, but due to the weight class change and the fact that the Problem Child does have good KO power in his hands, this might a hard fight for Tommy.
We are edging towards Jake Paul as our betting pick for this fight, mostly because of the impressive performance going to a decision against Anderson Silva and the fact that he should have a notable weight advantage coming into the contest.
Go for another win for the internet star Jake Paul. If you bet $100 at -165 you’ll get a $60,61 win with a total payout of $160,61.
Paul vs. Fury Betting Pick: Jake “Problem Child” Paul
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