Odds on Mike Perry vs. Jake Paul

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Jake Paul won't wait until November 15 to return to the ring.


Instead of the anticipated showdown with Mike Tyson, Paul will fight Mike Perry in an eight-round cruiserweight bout at the Amalie Arena in Tampa. The event, billed as "Fear No Man," will be available via DAZN Pay Per View.

SportsBetting.ag posted a line for this matchup once rumors started flying last Wednesday. Oddsmakers made Paul a -190 favorite with Perry coming back as a +160 underdog.

Now that the fight is officially in the books, bets are flooding in on Paul and the line is moving quickly. Here is the current line:

Mike Perry        +190

Jake Paul          -240

"When Paul vs. Tyson was rescheduled, I knew immediately that I wanted to still fight on Saturday, July 20. Now, as I prepare for my fight against Iron Mike, there's no better opponent for me than Mike Perry," Paul said in a statement to ESPN. "He's a proven knockout artist who has shown to be a maniac in and out of the ring. This is the perfect experience for me to gain in advance of facing Mike Tyson. But getting that experience comes with risk. Those who know me know I'm a risk taker and while 'Platinum' Perry might try to end me, I'm Titanium Jake Paul and I fear no man.

"I'm going to get the W and give everyone a preview of what I'm bringing to the ring against Mike Tyson. Tune in on DAZN PPV as I return to Tampa and send 'Platinum' Perry the Platypus back to bare knuckle for good."


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