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Jake Paul reacts after knocking out Andre August as we look at the best Paul vs. Tyson odds
Jake Paul reacts after knocking out Andre August in the first round at Caribe Royale Orlando. Photo Credit: Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports.

The wait continues for the rescheduled bout between Jake "Problem Child" Paul and "Iron" Mike Tyson, but the former YouTube star remains a heavy betting favorite against the boxing icon, as we explore the latest Paul vs. Tyson odds from our best boxing betting sites.

It's been over a month since we got our resscheduled Paul vs. Tyson date, but the odds have barely budged as we creep closer to Nov. 15.

A health scare forced Tyson to postpone his fight with Paul. The highly anticipated heavyweight boxing match from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, will be streamed live on Netflix.

Our best sports betting sites didn't take long to get us new odds, but they've been pretty stagnant. With the original date of July 20 vacated by the postponement, Paul is set for a bout with Mike Perry, so we may see some movement following that fight as people see how he looks. 

Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson fight info

  • Date: Friday, Nov. 15
  • Location: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas
  • How to watch: Netflix
  • Favorite: Jake Paul (-245 via bet365; bet $24.50 to win $10)
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Paul vs. Tyson odds

(Paul vs. Tyson odds from our best sports betting apps as of July 11 | 🔥 = best available odds | ❄️ = worst available odds)

FighterDraftKingsFanDuelbet365
Jake Paul-240 🔥-320 ❄️-245
Mike Tyson+180 ❄️+250 🔥+195

As expected, the postponement of this marquee heavyweight bout has moved the odds even more sharply in Paul's favor. The former YouTuber has odds as short as -320 via FanDuel, implying a 76.19% win probability. It would take a $32 bet on Paul to return a profit of just $10 with a victory in the ring.

As such, FanDuel then offers the best odds on an upset by Tyson. His +250 odds equate to a 28.57% implied win probability and a winning $10 bet would fetch a profit of $25. That's a difference of $5.50 in profit on the same bet placed with bet365.

FanDuel also offers a three-way fight line, with Paul as a -230 favorite, Tyson a +210 underdog, and a tie priced at +700.

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Paul vs. Tyson opening odds

FighterOpening odds
Jake Paul-500
Mike Tyson+325

Paul opened in early March as a heavy betting favorite against the man 30 years his senior, but the odds have moved starkly in Tyson's favor. Paul opened at -500 but went up to a high of -180 via DraftKings once it was announced this would be a sanctioned, professional bout.

At 27, Paul remains strategic in his opponent choices as he builds his resume. His latest selection is the 57-year-old boxing icon. The 31-year age difference will be the largest gap between pro fighters in boxing history, according to ESPN's Andreas Hale. For that, Deontay Wilder has criticized the Paul-Tyson bout.

Paul vs. Tyson tale of the tape

Jake PaulMike Tyson
"Problem Child"Nickname"Iron Mike"
27Age57
6-foot-1Height5-foot-10
230 poundsWeightUnofficial 220 pounds
9 wins, 1 lossRecord50 wins, 6 losses
6Knockouts44

Paul vs. Tyson rules

It was previously announced that Paul vs. Tyson would be a professional bout sanctioned by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations. These were the official rules prior to the postponement, but it's unknown what may change:

  • The fighters will wear 14-ounce gloves
  • Rounds will be two minutes long
  • The outcome will affect professional boxing records.

Paul vs. Tyson fight card

Odds via FanDuel as of July 11.

Fighter AFighter BWeight class
Jake Paul (-320)Mike Tyson (+250)Heavyweight
Katie Taylor (-178)Amanda Serrano (+144)Lightweight (title fight)
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (OFF)Darren Till (OFF)Cruiserweight
Asthon Sylve (OFF)Flody Schofield (OFF)Lightweight
Neeraj Goyat (OFF)Whindersson Nunes (OFF)Middleweight

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Paul vs. Tyson FAQs

Who is the favorite for Paul vs. Tyson?

Jake "Problem Child" Paul has odds as short as -320 as the betting favorite in his fight against "Iron" Mike Tyson. Those odds represent an implied win probability of 76.19%.

How many rounds will Paul vs. Tyson be?

Paul vs. Tyson will be fought over eight, two-minute rounds.

What's the weight class for Paul vs. Tyson?

Paul vs. Tyson will be fought as a heavyweight bout.

When is Paul vs. Tyson?

Paul vs. Tyson will take place on Saturday, Nov. 15, 2024. No time has been announced.

Where is Paul vs. Tyson?

Paul vs. Tyson will take place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. That's the home of the Dallas Cowboys.

How to watch Paul vs. Tyson

Paul vs. Tyson will be streamed live on Netflix.

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