Jake Paul vs Mike Tyson fight date, time, odds, and everything you need to know

Jake Paul vs Mike Tyson fight date, time, odds, and everything you need to know


The sanctioned boxing bout between Mike Tyson and Jake Paul is less than two months away. Former heavyweight champion Tyson will face off against the influencer-turned-boxer in one of the year’s most anticipated fights that will be available globally on Netflix.

The recent news conference ahead of the fight was full of excitement, featuring the main attractions, Tyson and Paul. Tyson enters the ring with a record of 50-6-2 with 44 knockouts, while Paul has a record of 9-1 with six KOs. Their electrifying presence only increased the anticipation for the upcoming four-fight card in Arlington, Texas.

Here is everything to know ahead of the Tyson-Paul fight on July 20.

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Mike Tyson health update after medical emergency

According to a report by In Touch Weekly, on May 26, Mike Tyson had a health scare on a flight from Miami to Los Angeles that required paramedics to board the plane upon landing for assistance.

Just 30 minutes before landing, Tyson experienced symptoms of nausea and dizziness, attributed to an ulcer flare-up. He expressed his gratitude to the medical staff for their prompt and effective assistance. Tyson is now in good health, as confirmed by his representatives.

As of now, the Tyson-Paul fight is still slated for July 20.

Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson fight contract rules

This sanctioned fight, approved by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations, will consist of eight two-minute rounds instead of the usual three-minute rounds. Both boxers will wear 14-ounce gloves, heavier than the standard gloves.

When is the Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson fight?

The Mike Tyson-Jake Paul fight is scheduled for Saturday, July 20, 2024.

Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson fight odds

The latest odds from DraftKings give Paul a slight edge two months out from the fight.

  • Moneyline: Paul (-170), Tyson (+130)

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Where is the Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson fight?

The fight will be held at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, home of the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys.

Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson fight card

The full card features three more bouts before Paul and Tyson square off.

  • Katie Taylor vs. Amando Serrano (super lightweight title fight)
  • Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs. Darren Till (cruiserweight)
  • Ashton Slyve vs. Floyd Schofield (lightweight)

Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson fight tickets

AT&T Stadium can accommodate up to 80,000 people, leading to a wide range of ticket prices. Vivid Seats is offering first-row ringside tickets for over $47,000 each, but floor tickets are available for as low as $643. Additionally, upper level concourse seats are listed for as low as $87 each.

Jake Paul height and weight

Paul is listed at 6-foot-1 and reportedly weighs 230 pounds, up from his usual fighting weight of 200 pounds.

Mike Tyson height and weight

Tyson is listed at 5-foot-10 and fought at 220 pounds in his most recent exhibition bout.

How old is Jake Paul?

Jake Paul is 27 years old.

How old is Mike Tyson?

Mike Tyson is currently 57 years old, but will turn 58 by the fight date.

Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson Netflix details

The fight’s official start time is yet to be announced, but it will be exclusively streamed on Netflix. A Netflix plan will be required to watch the fight, with prices starting at $6.99/month for standard streaming with ads.

Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson fight predictions

Timothy Bradley: Tyson will knock out Jake Paul

Timothy Bradley told Fox News: “Mike Tyson, knock his a– out, baby! It can happen. Two minutes is going to favor Mike Tyson … banging him to the body, hitting him with power shots,” Bradley said. “He has the potential to knock this man out. The power is the last thing to leave you. Two minutes, that’s all it takes to knock Disney boy the hell out.”

The Sporting News: Tyson by decision

David Fletcher writes: “Due to the lack of experience of Paul’s opponents and the fear of his power, no one has dared bring the fight to Paul. Tyson is incredibly aggressive and is highly likely to do so in multiple rounds. Even if he doesn’t get the knockout, forcing Paul into retreat once he gets a taste of Tyson’s power is quite possible.”

Tyson Fury: Tyson knockout win

Fury chose his namesake when asked on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani for his pick. Prior to his title fight with Oleksandr Usyk, Fury said he’s “over the moon” for the Tyson-Paul bout.

“If Mike Tyson hits anybody, I don’t care if he’s 90, he’s going to knock them out cold,” Fury said. “It’s ‘Iron Mike Tyson.’ He’s the baddest man on the planet. … Paul’s obviously very experienced now, he’s had a lot of tough fights, he’s had a lot of good fights … but obviously I have to back Mike Tyson, I’m named after the legend and I’ll back him as he always backs me.”

Anthony Joshua: Paul wins

The two-time former heavyweight champion boxer weighed in on the fight on “The Jonathan Ross Show” this week.

“The only thing I’m worried about is father time,” Joshua said. “That’s one thing that’s never been beaten and Tyson, he’s older now. I pray that he comes out healthy but I think Jake Paul (wins) because of youth. That’s the only thing, because of the youth.”

Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson fight rumors

  • Tyson refuted rumors that the fight will be scripted during a news conference earlier this month. Instead, he wrote in a post on X that “this is a sanctioned fight and I’m knocking Jake out.”
  • The full fight rules ended earlier rumors that the fighters would use headgear and 18-ounce gloves.

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