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Best Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2 Prop Bets

Dylan Bowker

by Dylan Bowker in Boxing

Dec 17, 2021 · 8:30 AM PST

Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2 prop bets
Jun 3, 2021; Miami Beach, Florida, USA; Professional MMA fighter Tyron Woodley speaks with the media after announcing the boxing match date against YouTube star Jake Paul (not pictured) at World Famous 5th St. Gym. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
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Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2 prop bets are steadily popping up ahead of Saturday night’s cruiserweight rematch. The Paul vs Woodley 2 odds still favor Paul at -260, with Woodley listed at +210 in the boxing odds.

After breaking things down in the Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2 preview, here is the in-depth analysis on which prop bets present good value in this weekend’s Showtime pay per view main event.

Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2 Props – Goes the Distance

Goes the Distance Odds
Yes -135
No +100

All odds as of December 16th at DraftKings

Paul vs Woodley 2 Betting Analysis

I can understand why oddsmakers favor this one to go the distance.

Considering that the previous bout went the full eight rounds with Paul winning via split decision and this rematch is set for the same round duration.

I think the complexion of this sequel affair looks a little different though.

I foresee both doggedly seeking the finish. Especially considering that both promised a stoppage the first time out, which ultimately did not transpire for either.

Paul is looking to stop the only opponent of his career that he has not finished yet. Woodley is seeking out a redemptive victory and to get a new lease on his combat sports life.

I think there’s good value on the prop that this bout does not go the distance.

Pick: No (+100)

Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2 Props  – Winning Method

Outcome Odds
 Jake Paul by Decision or Technical Decision +120
Jake Paul by KO, TKO, or DQ +220
Draw +1400
Tyron Woodley by Decision or Technical Decision +800
Tyron Woodley by KO, TKO, or DQ +330

Jake Paul Odds Favor Decision

The Problem Child beating the former UFC welterweight champion on the scorecards is the most favored outcome for Paul considering what we saw in the first fight.

In fact, there are some respected combat sports pundits who favor Jake Paul winning on the judges’ scorecards once again.

Woodley’s most favored path to victory is via KO or TKO. This is understandable considering the way he knocked Jake Paul into the middle rope during their first fight in what was the biggest singular moment of the contest.

In terms of the winning method here, I see Woodley halting the action.

Pick: Tyron Woodley by KO, TKO, or DQ (+330)

Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2 Odds – Round Betting

Round Paul Odds Woodley Odds
Round 1 +2000 +2800
Round 2 +1800 +2500
Round 3 +1600 +2200
Round 4 +1400 +2200
Round 5 +1400 +2200
Round 6 +1400 +2500
Round 7 +1600 +2800
Round 8 +2000 +3500

When Does Paul vs Woodley 2 End?

Woodley is most favored by oddsmakers to win in the middle rounds. The short notice turnaround of this fight for him makes it understandable that the odds dropoff is more pronounced for him winning in the final two frames.

Paul is favored by the oddsmakers between rounds 4-6. With the inference being that many see him collecting intel on Woodley and finding his range in the earlier frames before going in for the kill.

Both pugilists were purportedly nursing injuries before the first fight (Woodley’s shoulder and Paul’s elbow). So I think the rematch will potentially see both men in a more vibrant state and physically capable to close the show.

Paul’s team has offered up a $500,000 knockout bonus should Woodley end the pugilistic proceedings. I think The Chose One will cash in on that.

I think Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2 ends with the latter halting the former in either round four or five (both valued at +2200). The fifth frame is when I see the referee waving things off.

Pick: Woodley in Round 5 (+2200)

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