- Mike Tyson is given -300 odds to beat Logan Paul in a boxing match.
- Paul returns as a +200 betting underdog in the potential fight.
LAS VEGAS - Mike Tyson may be Logan Paul’s next boxing opponent. Odds have been released for the potential bout and they favor Tyson by only a moderate margin.
Would Logan Paul Stand A Chance?
Logan Paul hasn’t done much to show he’d be able to compete with anybody that has boxing experience. He lost an exhibition bout to a YouTuber, KSI, and then fought Floyd Mayweather in a professional bout.
Although there were no scorecards or an official winner announced, Paul clearly lost the fight. Online sportsbooks now have odds for a potential fight with Mike Tyson.
Tyson vs Paul Moneyline Odds
- Mike Tyson -300
- Logan Paul +200
Tyson made his return to the ring against Roy Jones last November and seemed to easily win the fight despite it being called a draw. Plus, it seemed evident that Tyson was not giving it his all against Jones, which he later confirmed to be true.
Nobody can know for sure why Tyson looks like giving it 100%, but it’s fair to assume that it’s significantly better than what Paul has looked in his two fights.
For Paul It’s Not About Winning
It’s about making money and making history for Paul. Despite having never won a fight, he could become the first person to ever fight both Mayweather Jr. and Tyson, two of the greatest boxers of all time.
He’s shown and admitted that the talking he does is simply to promote the fight and make more money which everyone has their own opinion on, but for many it shows that he doesn’t truly care about winning, just making money.
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Those betting on boxing could’ve found Tyson at -150 odds about three weeks ago, but his odds have grown significantly. The fight is rumored to be in February of 2022 and it’s likely that Tyson’s odds will only get shorter as the fight gets closer.
Once the fight is official there may be more value in the method of victory props, but in fights like these, truly anything can happen.
Nick got involved with the world of sports at a young age and never turned his back on it. He graduated from Penn State University with a degree in Broadcast/Journalism. In his free time, you can catch him at the bottom of the leaderboards on any video game he’s playing.