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What Super Fights Are Still Coming in 2022 That I Can Bet On?

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Jun/29/2022

Our friends at BetUS have released the likely super fights still to come this year.  These are the bouts that will take in a massive amount of bets. Unfortunately they don't see a Conor McGregor vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr 2 fight in the crystal ball.

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Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury

This one is official (at least for now). Odds were released following the official announcement on Thursday June 23.

Tommy Fury was listed at 5-2 as the next to fight Jake Paul.

Fight fans finally get to see Paul face “a real boxer” — albeit one just as green as he. This is but a diversion from Paul’s ongoing feud with Dana White and UFC fighters — the YouTuber-turned-boxer has called out the who’s who of the promotion. He’s already knocked out a former champion but a bout against a legitimate striker would be more enjoyable.

These fighters were both priced at -115.

Nate Diaz

Any fight featuring Diaz will be a good one and attract a lot of betting.  BetUS notes that he has the staunchest fanbase in combat sports despite having a middling record.

A fight versus Jake Paul will be marquee for certain.

Jorge Masvidal

Name recognition here despite Masvidal being on a downward spiral.

From BetUS:

The UFC’s “BMF” champion is renowned for his ability to mix it up and holds the promotion’s fastest knockout record. Paul also has a habit of picking on fading fighters so he may want to take on Masvidal now that he’s vulnerable.

Paul vs Mike Tyson

This one actually could happen and would attract plenty of wagering activity.

Last, but not least, is a prospective fight between Paul and former heavyweight champ Mike Tyson. Talks of the two boxing in an exhibition are on. Paul is slightly favored to win this match as Tyson is 55 years old and has been retired, professionally, for over 17 years. While Paul will be much younger and faster, Tyson can still crack.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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