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Jake Paul now the betting underdog against Anderson Silva after opening as a sizeable favorite

Jake Paul, Anderson Silva

Jake Paul is currently the betting underdog for his rumored upcoming fight Anderson Silva after he opened because the betting favorite.

On Monday evening, news surfaced that Paul and Silva have decided to headline a Showtime boxing pay-per-view on October 29. This is a massive fight and a large step-up in competition for Paul who hasnt fought since he knocked out Tyron Woodley last December.

Although Silva is another former UFC fighter, he’s got boxing experience and is coming off a KO make an impression on Tito Ortiz and defeated Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. by decision in his first fight since leaving the UFC. With that, it seems the betting public likes him to defeat Paul because the YouTuber may be the betting underdog after checking as a betting favorite some time ago when this fight was rumored.

Listed below are the chances for Jake Paul vs. Anderson Silva:

Jake Paul +100 (1/1)

Anderson Silva -130 (10/13)

The chances opened at Paul -180 (5/9) and Silva +150 (3/2).

(odds via @betonline_ag) #PaulSilva

Chamatkar Sandhu (@SandhuMMA) August 30, 2022

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Paul-Silva Odds:

Jake Paul +100 (opened -180)

Anderson Silva -130 (opened +150)

With Paul being +100, a $100 bet would net you $100 if you believe he wins, when compared to opening line where you wouldve had a need to wager $180 to win $100. If you want the Silva side, you should bet $130 to win $100 while on the opening line, a $100 bet wouldve won you $150 if he won.

In addition, it isnt the 1st time that Paul can be an underdog as he was the betting underdog for his fight Tommy Fury before that fight was called off.

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Jake Paul (5-0) is coming off a KO make an impression on Tyron Woodley last December which served as a rematch after he edged out a split decision win in August. Paul was likely to face Tommy Fury and Hasim Rahman Jr. this season but both fights never found fruition. In his boxing career, Paul also holds a TKO make an impression on Ben Askren, a KO make an impression on Nate Robinson, and a TKO make an impression on fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib in his debut.

Anderson Silva (3-1 boxing, 34-11, and something No Contest MMA) has transitioned into boxing following his release from the UFC. Silva lost his pro boxing debut in 1998 and found his first win in 2005 before concentrating on MMA. After ending his MMA career, he scored a choice make an impression on Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and knocked out Tito Ortiz last September.

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