Conor McGregor vs. Jake Paul Odds, Woodley Tattoo Location

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Does Conor McGregor want a piece of Jake Paul?


Well, where there are pay-per-view millions to be made we know that McGregor is going to be lurking.

Paul responded to McGregor's "salivating" tweet today, and there are already odds on a potential boxing match between the two fighters.

While McGregor is a much more accomplished standup fighter than Tyron Woodley, SportsBetting.ag initially installed Paul as a slight -130 favorite (McGregor +100).

However, early betting action has flipped the favorites.

Fight Odds

Conor McGregor -130

Jake Paul +100

Odds are subject to change and you can see current ones on this page: https://www.sportsbetting.ag/sportsbook/boxing/bouts

McGregor is listed with +800 odds to be Paul's next opponent while Woodley is the favorite at +150.

If a rematch between Paul and Woodley occurs, it appears the latter will have to fulfill the wager of getting an "I love Jake Paul" tattoo.

The oddsmakers decided to have some fun with that bet and create odds as to where the tattoo will surface.

Part of body Tyron Woodley inks Jake Paul tattoo

Foot +125

Leg +150

Torso/Buttocks/Pelvis +200

Arm +500

Hand +900

Neck/Head +2000

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