Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Odds, Fight Card and Predictions

Paul Vs Fury Feb 26

The time has come for Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury, after several attempts to reschedule and multiple injuries from Fury. Paul vs Fury odds have numerous betting markets on Bovada, but you can also find specialty bets like “Jake Paul shorts color” at our trusted boxing betting sites.

Let’s dig into the odds and see how we can capitalize off Jake Paul boxing a ranked fighter for the first time.

Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Fight Date and Time

Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury will take place on Sunday, February 26th, live on ESPN+ PPV from Saudi Arabia. The start time is set for 2pm ET with a price tag of $49.99.

The Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury fight date has been moved twice from its original fight night in December 2021 due to a broken rib, Covid and passport concerns for Tommy’s management.

Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Odds

There are dozens of bets available, but we’re including some of the most popular and likely bets on the market. Remember that the confidence rating of each bet is dependent on the payout. A higher payout can affect confidence and how you’ll play the bet.

Bet and OddsPayout per $100 WagerConfidence
Paul Money Line -170$158High
Fury Money Line +140$240Low
Under 6.5 Rounds +140$240Moderate 
Paul in Rounds 5-6 +900$1000Low
Fury by Decision +400$500Moderate
Total Knockdowns, 3 +800$900Low
Fight Goes the Distance, Yes -125$180Moderate
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There is a litany of interesting bets, including “Fury Knocked Down and Wins, Yes +700.” The above bets are the ones we find easily predictable depending on your fandom, with the Paul money line odds pulling far and away from the Fury props.

Jake Paul Boxing

Paul is now 6-0 in professional boxing, each some sort of exhibition match against other non-boxers or famous influencers. Jake Paul’s height is just one inch above Tommy’s at 6’1’’.

Consider that the majority of Paul’s opponents have been far shorter.

At 25, he’s just two years removed from his back-to-back wins against Tyron Woodley. However, Jake Paul’s age shouldn’t be a factor against the 23-year-old fury.

Both fighters have spent their career at cruiserweight, but Jake Paul’s weight is closer to 205 pounds. We estimate that Paul cuts 5-10 pounds more in water weight than Tommy, and has since the Nate Robinson fight in 2020.  

Paul vs Fury Prediction: Will we see a Jake Paul Knockout?

The current odds for a Paul knockout are +225, after opening at +240. We expect that to fall to +190 or lower after his fans come out toward the weekend.

Tommy Fury has never really been rocked, but his eight opponents include 7 complete scrubs, four of whom never had a win and two with massive losses.

Paul is the first real test of TNT’s skill, and there is a solid chance he could go to sleep. We give the Jake Paul by Knockout bet a moderate confidence. The disrespect for Jake Paul’s boxing won’t end until he’s fought someone better than Fury, but this is a good start.

I’m taking Paul to win this fight, and I like his moneyline as the best bet for this cruiserweight bout. If you prefer something more aggressive, take Paul to win via TKO at +225.

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Could a Jake Paul vs Tyson Fury Fight be in the Works?

Talk of Jake Paul vs Tyson Fury is starting to muster up after their interaction hyping this fight. If it does happen, it will be an exhibition like the Paul vs Mayweather bout.

Tyson Fury is in another class of fighter than Tommy or Paul, and no commission would actually allow this bout. It’s fun for the fans, but we don’t see it happening especially with Tyson’s massive height and weight advantages.

Tommy Fury vs Jake Paul Fight Card

The Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury odds are the punctuation mark on an intriguing card. Boxing fans are in for a treat with the co-featured bout of Makabu vs Bodou Jack for the WBC World Cruiser title.

Boxing betting odds for the full card have yet to be released, but they are slowly trickling in throughout the week. The following is the announced Fury vs Paul main card:

  • Jake Paul (6-0, 4 KOs) vs Tommy Fury (8-0, 4 KOs) in an 8-round cruiserweight contest
  • (c)Ilunga Makabu (29-2, 25 KOs) vs. Badou Jack (27-3-3, 16 KOs) in a 12-round cruiserweight title fight
  • Ziyad Almaayouf (1-0, 1 KO) vs. Ronnald Martinez (3-1) in a 4-round junior welterweight contest
  • Muhsin Cason (10-0, 7 KOs) vs. Taryel Jafarov (18-5, 17 KOs) in an 8-round cruiserweight bout
  • Bader Samreen (7-0, 6 KOs) vs. Viorel Simion(23-9, 9 KOs) in an 8-round lightweight matchup




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Jacob Clark had a 15-year career as a professional MMA fighter, coach, and Greg Jackson’s alum. Now, one of TikTok’s most important BJJ influencers, Jacob is bringing his fight sports and betting knowledge to you here at The Sports Geek. When not writing insightful fight sports content, Jacob can be found teaching jiu-jitsu seminars all over Indiana and surrounding states.

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