Jake Paul Fight Odds After Woodley Win By Split Decision

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Don Shapiro
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YouTube sensation Jake Paul beat former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley by split decision.  That method of victory prop bet paid out $800 for every $100 bet.


This was Paul's third win in nine months to improve his overall record to 4–0. Judge Dana DePaolo scored the fight 78-74 in favor of Paul, while Jaime Garayua gave Paul a 77-75 edge. Phil Rogers scored 77-75 in favor of Woodley.

Woodley last competed in a mixed martial arts event in March, losing to Vicente Luque at UFC 260.

The fight was among the most trafficked of the year for Gambling911.com, though much of that was confined between the hours of 5 pm ET and 9 pm ET Sunday.

BetOnline reported that this could be one of the most wagered on fights in that company's 22 plus years in business.

Paul's next bout odds have already been released by BetOnline:

Woodley 3-2

Fury (Tommy) 2-1

McGregor 8-1

Dillon Danis 8-1 Masvidal 8-1

Anderson Silva 12-1

Fournier 12-1

Nate Diaz 12-1

Canelo 16-1 (LOL)

Cerrone 16-1 (BetOnline's Dave Mason's vote)

PacMan 16-1

Oscar 16-1

Vitor 20-1

BJ Penn 22-1

Nick Diaz 22-1

Lidell 28-1

Mayweather 28-1

Dana 50-1

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- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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