Looking for something different to fill the late summer sports void? Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley might be the perfect option.
Football season isn’t quite in full swing yet, so there’s still some room for more unique sporting events like this to shine.
Fans can catch the fight on Aug. 29 at 10 p.m.
Showtime FITE.TV will be streaming the action live.
Can you bet on Paul vs. Woodley?
Paul isn’t exactly a top-tier boxer, but he’s still a big draw for match organizers.
His last outing against Floyd Mayweather generated over $50 million worth of pay-per-view sales alone.
Unfortunately, gamblers had to sit on their hands for that last bout. Since there was no regulatory body overseeing the fight, Indiana’s legal online sportsbooks were not allowed to take bets on the action.
That will not be the case this time around.
Paul-Mayweather took place at Hard Rock Stadium in Florida, with the Woodley fight moving things over to Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse in Ohio.
The Ohio Athletic Commission is overseeing the Paul-Woodley matchup, which puts it on the board for gambling at sportsbooks around the country.
Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley odds
Hoosiers can bet on the Paul-Woodley fight online, or by visiting a casino in-person.
Woodley is a former UFC welterweight champion, although he’s a bit past his prime in the octagon. He’s lost each of his last four MMA outings.
Woodley may be 39, but his move into the boxing world won’t be an easy one for Paul to ignore. Wrestling is his best strength, but Woodley still has eight different knockout wins.
Barstool Sports is sponsoring the fight, so naturally, gamblers can find betting odds for the action over at Barstool Sportsbook.
BetMGM Indiana is the other sportsbook taking bets on the fight right now, and its odds are identical to Barstool’s.
Paul is the favorite for the matchup, despite this being only his fourth professional fight.
- Jake Paul: -190
- Tyron Woodley: +155
- Draw: +2,000
If you’re looking for a handful of different betting options, then Barstool’s betting app has you covered. It has the widest selection of options for the fight by far.
For example, you bet bet on the winning method with Barstool. Either fighter to win by KO, TKO, DQ or points is on the table for betting.
Round betting is also available, so you can wager on exactly how long you think the fight will last. All eight potential rounds of the fight are options for gamblers.
As of right now, sportsbooks don’t have any promotions out there for the fight.
However, that could easily change closer to Sunday night’s action. If you’re betting on the fight, be sure to check in with your favorite sportsbook for the complete list of options.