Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson odds: Former heavyweight champ underdog for July fight
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Jake Paul and Mike Tyson will step into the ring this summer at AT&T Stadium.

The latest: If anything, this fight will draw tons of eyeballs. Paul (9-1) is in the early stages of his boxing career while Tyson (50-6-0-2) hasn't fought in a sanctioned bout since 2005. This will count towards both fighters' records and will be contested over eight two-minute rounds.

Check out our Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson odds below for their fight on July 20.

Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson odds

Paul/Tyson betting marketsBetting odds
Paul to win-200
Tyson to win+140

Boxing odds as of 11:56 a.m. on 05/09/2024.

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Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson overview

Long gone are the years of "Iron Mike" Tyson but the 57-year-old can still put people in seats.

The former undisputed heavyweight champ has fought once since losing to Kevin McBride 19 years ago and it sold $1.6 million pay-per-view copies.

Tyson went the full eight rounds against Roy Jones Jr. and the fight was controversially declared a split draw, with many believing Tyson won the bout.

Now, he steps into the ring against the man who is the king of novelty fighting. And it looks like Tyson can still pack a punch:

Paul kicked off his career by beating up on YouTubers, basketball players, and washed-up MMA fighters.

He took down Nate Robinson, Ben Askren, Tyron Woodley (twice), and Anderson Silva before losing to Tommy Fury — half-brother of WBC heavyweight champ Tyson — back in 2023.

But the "Problem Child" rebounded with an impressive victory via unanimous decision against Nate Diaz before beating a pair of boxers in the leadup to this fight.

Paul won his latest bout with a first-round KO over Ryan Bourland, who didn't exactly look the part of a world-beater.

Paul is a -200 favourite to win, which makes sense considering he's 30 years younger and is actually an active boxer.

But even in years removed from his prime, Tyson still might have knockout power.

Wouldn't it be something to see the former champ put the young gun to sleep?

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