Jake Paul vs Ben Askren Results and Closing Odds

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Jake Paul vs Ben Askren Results and Closing Odds – MMA Post Show: Triller Fight Club Paul vs Askren took place on Saturday, April 17th, behind closed doors at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. The event saw YouTuber turned pro-boxer Jake Paul defeated former UFC fighter Ben Askren, via a first-round knockout.

Jake Paul closed as a -128 favorite, cashing at -110 to win by stoppage, with the ‘Under 5.5 rounds’ prop cashing at +125. Paul managed to catch Askren with a devastating overhand punch that landed flush on the top of the former Olympian’s head, knocking him to the canvas. Askren managed to get back to his feet but stumbled after the standing eight-count, causing the referee to end the fight. While some fans thought the fight should have been allowed to continue, Askren was visibly dazed after the ref waived off the fight and had little to no protest over the decision to call it.

Jake Paul is now 3-0 in professional boxing with the victory and has turned a profit of +1.87 units on the moneyline. However, the real betting story has been the ‘to Win by T/KO’ prop. A $100 bettor who has backed Jake Paul to win by stoppage in all three of his boxing appearances has provided +$313 so far. An ROI of +$104 per fight.

Rumors are swirling about Paul’s next opponent. In his post-fight interview, Paul called out Daniel Cormier and had a verbal exchange with former UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley, who was in Ben Askren’s corner on Saturday night. Woodley and Paul have gone back and forth on Twitter, while Daniel Cormier has also chimed in. However, it is doubtful that either of these fighters steps into the squared circle with Paul, as he will likely hand pick another opponent with limited boxing skills.

Bet on MyBookie

Jake Paul def. Ben Askren

ResultMethod PropTotal RoundsDistance Prop
Paul (-128)
via 1st Round
TKO
Paul by T/KO (-110),
Inside the Distance (+145)
Under 5.5 (+125)Fight Goes Distance: No (-145)

Regis Prograis def. Ivan Redkach

ResultMethod PropTotal RoundsDistance Prop
Prograis (-1250)
via 6th round Technical Decision
(Accidental Low Blow)
Prograis by Decision (+350)Under 5.5 (-125)Fight Goes to Decision: Yes (+333)

Steve Cunningham def. Frank Mir

ResultMethod PropTotal RoundsDistance Prop
Cunningham (-570)
via Decision
Cunningham by Decision (+400)Over 3.5 (+135)Fight Goes Distance: Yes (+350)

Joe Fournier def. Reykon

ResultMethod PropTotal RoundsDistance Prop
Fournier -900
via Decision

Triller Fight Club Prelim Results

Junior Younan def. Jeyson Minda via Decision
Quinton Randall def. William Jackson via Decision

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