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Jake Paul’s Next Fight Odds: Danis Early Fave To Be Next Opponent

Here are Jake Paul's next fight odds!

Jake Paul once again entered the boxing ring and silenced haters with his first-round knockout win over former MMA champion and Olympian Ben Askren on April 17. That victory left a bad taste in the mouths of the MMA community and thus, Bellator competitor Dillon Danis is the favorite in Jake Paul next fight odds.

Online sportsbook Bovada has listed Jake Paul’s next fight odds and has Dillon Danis as the +285 favorite to be his opponent. Danis is followed by Joe Fournier at +300, Tommy Fury at +350, Dustin Poirier at +400 and Tyron Woodley at +600 to round out the top five names on the oddsboard.

With Danis being the favorite at +285, this means if you bet $100 on him to be Paul’s next opponent and it comes to fruition, you would profit $285. Our sports betting calculator tells us that the +285 odds have an implied win probability of 25.97 percent.

Jake Paul’s Next Fight Odds

FighterCurrent Odds
Dillon Danis+285
Joe Fournier+300
Tommy Fury +350
Dustin Poirier+400
Tyron Woodley+600
Nate Diaz +600
Conor McGregor+1500
BJ Penn+1500
Chris Leben+1600

Odds as of April 20 at Bovada

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Why Danis is Favored in the Jake Paul Next Opponent Odds

Although there are several names on the Jake Paul next fight odds list and I’m sure there are other candidates out there who weren’t listed, the one that makes the most sense is Dillon Danis.

The Bellator fighter is constantly running his mouth on social media, calling out anyone who will listen. “El Jefe” is a really good submission artist and has two pro wins, both in that manner. Paul and Danis had a brief beef following Jake’s victory over Nate Robinson and it appeared the two were going to collide before Askren got thrown into the mix.

Danis is UFC star Conor McGregor’s training partner and, ultimately, that’s the fight Paul really wants. I’m sure he believes if he can beat up McGregor’s buddy, it may open the door for that coveted “red panty night.” 

Who is Jake Paul Fighting Next: Value Pick

While Danis is the likely opponent and worthy of being the favorite, my money is on the third man on the oddsboard, Tommy Fury (+350), the younger brother of world champion heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury. 

As you can see, the 5-0 light heavyweight boxer took the first shot by calling out Paul, now 3-0 with three knockouts, and it didn’t take long for the YouTube star to accept the fight. However, that acceptance came with a condition that the “Gypsy King,” Tyson Fury, would have to be on the card and fighting Michael Hunter. Tyson already has a two-fight deal with Anthony Joshua in the works to crown an undisputed heavyweight champion.

Perhaps Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury could take place below Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua rather than Michael Hunter. Regardless, there was an acceptance on the challenge and you can get the odds at 3.5:1. That’s the shot I’m willing to take.