Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Odds: YouTuber Against Undefeated Fury Set for February 26

Next on the list for Jake Paul? Tyson Fury's undefeated half-brother, Tommy Fury. A date is set for the pair to fight on February 26. Check out the updated early odds for Paul vs. Fury.

Last Updated: Feb 24, 2023 9:22 AM ET Read Time: 4 min
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YouTube star Jake Paul and Tommy Fury will finally face off in the boxing ring after reaching an agreement for a fight on February 26 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 

These two were first expected to square off in December 2021. But Fury (the younger half-brother of heavyweight champ Tyson Fury) withdrew due to a bacterial chest infection and a broken rib.

They were then set to fight last August at Madison Square Garden, but the Manchester-born Fury was denied entry to the U.S. 

Now, it's finally happening, and with the bout just days away, here are the latest Paul vs. Fury odds — and be sure to also check out our Paul vs. Fury picks and predictions for Sunday's fight.

Odds for Paul vs Fury

Method of victory Jake Paul Tommy Fury
Win outright -138 +110
Win by KO/TKO +250 +240
Win by points or decision +240 +400
Draw +1,000 +1,000

Odds courtesy of bet365 as of February 23, 2022.

Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury odds analysis

Paul originally opened as a +120 underdog against Fury back in 2021. But after knocking out Tyron Woodley (who replaced Fury on short notice) his odds shifted to -110 just before their rescheduled bout in August.

Following a unanimous decision defeat of UFC legend Anderson Silva this past October, Paul is now a moderate fave in this matchup at -138, with Fury coming back at +110.

The 26-year-old Paul has shown massive improvement as a boxer since knocking out fellow YouTube star AnEsonGib in the first round in 2020. He's gradually increased the quality of his competition. Paul beat former UFC welterweight champion Woodley via split decision in August 2021, and then he starched him in their rematch four months later.

Woodley was never known as a striker and had a massive reach disadvantage. However, Silva is considered one of the greatest strikers in MMA history, enjoyed a 1.5-inch reach advantage on Paul, and had logged experience in the boxing ring.  

That didn't matter, with Paul dispatching Silva over eight rounds, with scores of 78–73 (twice) and 77–74.

However, Paul didn't quiet all of his detractors since Silva was 47 years old. The 23-year-old Fury should pose a different challenge. 

Fury might be a pro boxer. But like Paul, he's more well-known for his antics outside the ring after finishing as the runner-up on Love Island in 2019. Although Fury boasts a perfect 8-0 record, he's faced a bunch of unknowns who have a combined record of 25-177-5. 

Fury previously fought on the undercard of his brother's bout last April. He easily outpointed Daniel Bocianski over six rounds before immediately calling out Paul. 

Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury tale of the tape

Jake Paul   Tommy Fury
26 Age 23
6-foot-1 Height 6-feet
76 inches Reach 76 inches
4-0 (3 KO) Record 7-0 (4 KO)

When will Jake Paul fight Tommy Fury? 

Jake Paul and Tommy Fury will fight on Sunday, February 26.

Where will Jake Paul fight Tommy Fury?

Jake Paul and Tommy Fury will fight at the Diriyah Arena in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 

What is the undercard for Paul vs Fury?

The full undercard for Paul vs. Fury has yet to be announced.

How to read boxing odds

The most common way to bet on a boxing match is picking the overall winner of the bout. With Paul being the favorite for this fight, the minus sign (-) is in front of his odds at -180. That means bettors would need to wager $180 to win $100. A Fury win would pay out more, as he's the underdog at +150. A $100 wager would lead to a $150 profit. 

Other prop bets will become available closer to the fight date, such as the method of victory and round betting.

The odds listed above are in American format, but can easily be converted to decimal or fractional format via our odds converter tool. 

Get more boxing betting strategies in our How to Bet section and join the conversation with thousands of serious bettors in our Boxing Betting Forum.

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