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Jake Paul’s next fight? Odds, betting lines include Woodley rematch, Manny Pacquiao

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Now that Jake Paul has emerged victorious from his Tyron Woodley fight, which headlined last Sunday night’s (Aug. 29) Showtime pay-per-view (PPV) card, the combat sports community is already buzzing about who’s next for “The Problem Child.”

The oddsmakers at have a “Chosen One” rematch as the most likely scenario, which may require a tattoo in all the wrong places. Fellow UFC needle-movers like Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz have also made the list, alongside boxing icon Manny Pacquiao.

Sorry, Canelo fans.

Jake Paul’s Next Opponent

Tyron Woodley 3/2
Tommy Fury 2/1
Conor McGregor 8/1
Dillon Danis 8/1
Jorge Masvidal 9/1
Anderson Silva 12/1
Joe Fournier 12/1
Nate Diaz 12/1
Canelo Alvarez 16/1
Donald Cerrone 16/1
Manny Pacquiao 16/1
Oscar De La Hoya 16/1
Floyd Mayweather 20/1
Vitor Belfort 20/1
BJ Penn 22/1
Nick Diaz 22/1
Chuck Liddell 28/1
Dana White 50/1

Mayweather already defeated Jake’s brother, Logan Paul.

Paul, 24, has competed three times within the last year. After starching Nate Robinson on the Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. undercard, “The Problem Child” graduated to headliner opposite Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley, improving to 4-0 in the process.

“I’ve been boxing for 18 months now, I haven’t stopped,” Paul said after the fight. “I might chill out for a second.”

See you in 2022!