Jake Paul is favored to rematch Tommy Fury

Jake Paul’s Next Fight Odds: Mike Perry Offering Great Value

The Paul Brothers have created a buzz in pro boxing. 

Logan Paul brewed a storm before his bout against Dillon Danis October 14, but it's the younger Paul brother, Jake, who possesses much more star status as a fighter.

Excluding a wee stumble vs Tommy Fury, "The Problem Child" has dispatched UFC veterans Ben Askren, Tyron Woodley (twice), Anderson Silva and, most recently, Nate Diaz.

So what's next for the YouTuber-turned-boxing sensation, who announced he'll fight again on Dec. 15? Here are the odds for Paul's next opponent. 

Jake Paul Next Opponent Odds

FighterCurrent Odds
Derek Brunson+300
Dillon Danis+500
Tommy Fury+600
Mike Perry+700
Oscar De La Hoya+1200
Jorge Masvidal+1200
Conor McGregor+1600
Canelo Alvarez+3300
Floyd Mayweather+3300
Pac Man Jones+4000
Stipe Miocic+4000

Odds as of October 17

It's unsurprising to see fellow YouTuber KSI take chalk spot. Jake's older brother Logan and KSI fought in an amateur match back in 2018, then again in 2019. The first bout was a draw, while Logan lost the second fight by split decision. Perhaps his brother Jake will now avenge that result.

According to our odds calculator, the +175 odds on KSI assume a 36.36% implied chance of victory. If you bet $100 on KSI and that fight is booked, you'd win $275.

Why Is KSI the favorite to Fight Paul?

As I said, KSI and the Paul family have a history, but now KSI has proved himself as an opponent worthy of fighting Paul...sort of.

KSI recently tangled with Tommy Fury (the lone fighter to defeat Paul), and although he lost, he didn't look completely lost. It was a sloppy match, but KSI isn't more than a few bouts away from meeting Paul's level.

Jake Paul would still crush KSI, though. Perhaps that's why The Problem Child is entertaining this matchup.

Jake Paul Next Opponent Pick: Mike Perry (+700)

We only need a brief plunge down the oddsboard to find Mike Perry at +700. He should be way higher, so this is quality value.

Perry, a former UFC scrapper, has transitioned from the Octagon to the square circle with relative ease. He's got three bare-knuckle-boxing dubs under his belt, with his last victory over Luke Rockhold coming in brutal, teeth-smashing fashion. Perry is scary.

But "Platinum" also served as the backup fighter for Logan Paul vs Danis, indicating the Floridian is hovering around the YouTube boxing scene. Perry is aggressive, experienced, and would pose a new challenge for Paul.

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