Drake bets $400k on Jake Paul to KNOCK OUT Tommy Fury to win $1.4M
Drake places $400k on Jake Paul to KNOCK OUT Tommy Fury in their hotly-anticipated grudge match – with Canadian rapper set to pocket $1.4MILLION if YouTube star delivers
- The ‘Laugh Now Cry Later’ artist has wagered big on his fellow North American
- Drake and Paul have been known to party together – including on NYE in 2021
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Drake has gone big on fellow social media star Jake Paul to beat Tommy Fury in Sunday’s long-awaited fight between the pair.
The Canadian rapper put a $400,000 wager on Paul to not only beat Fury, but to do so via knockout.
If it is to come to fruition, Drake will earn himself a cool $1million profit.
Tyson Fury has also placed a sizable wager on his brother to instead do the business vs. Paul.
‘I’ve got 100 racks on it for an inside-the-distance stoppage, so if he loses, then I’ll lose 100 bags as well. I’ve got him at 3/1,’ The Gypsy King told iFL TV.
Drake has bet big on his fellow North American to overcome Tommy Fury on Sunday
Jake Paul and Drake have been known to party together, and brought in 2022 in St. Barts
‘I know Tommy is going to knock him out. What is a little bit stupid is I see all these experts and professional boxers picking Jake Paul over Tommy.
Betting big on sports events is hardly a new thing for Drake.
The 36-year-old won just one of his seven Super Bowl bets as the Kansas City Chiefs clinched their second Lombardi in four seasons, and yet still made a profit.
He wagered a total of $965k on the bets, and won $1.477m, making an overall profit of $512k.
Last month, the ‘Laugh Now Cry Later’ artist netted a $2m payout by placing a $1m winning bet on the Chiefs to beat the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship. However, there have also been some big losses.
In December, Drake bet $1m on Argentina to beat France in regulation in the World Cup final.
Unfortunately for him, Lionel Messi & Co. beat the French in a dramatic shootout.
Additionally, in November, he threw down $2m worth of Canadian dollars for Israel Adesanya to win UFC 281 over Alex Pereira, who won in the fifth round by knockout.
Tyson Fury has placed a £100,000 bet on brother Tommy to defeat Jake Paul on Sunday
Paul and Fury had long been discussing the prospect of a fight with it all now coming to a head
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