Jake Paul vs Ben Askren ODDS boost: Get huge 25/1 betting offer for Paul to win boxing showdown

PUNTERS can back the odds-on favourite Jake Paul to beat Ben Askren in his third boxing bout at a huge price this weekend.

William Hill are allowing new customers to back Paul to win at 25/1.

You can back Paul to win at a massive 25/1 HERE* (MOBILE ONLY).

This offer is only available to new customers and you must sign up to William Hill using promo code 'EPP25'.

The maximum bet for this offer is £1.

And if Paul wins his fight against Askren, you will be paid out in free bets.

WILLIAM HILL: BACK JAKE PAUL TO WIN AT 25/1 (mobile only)*

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Paul continues his venture into boxing after making his name on YouTube.

This is his third fight after beating fellow influencer AnEsonGib and former NBA star Nate Robinson.

Paul insists his boxing skills are better than what people think.

He said: "I see myself as an elite fighter right now.

"A young prospect with a lot of motivation, a lot of hunger and I think people see me as [an] amateur.

"There's sort of a big difference and there's a big gap in between where I'm actually at and what the general audience will think, but I'm excited again to show my ability again on Saturday, against Ben who is a world-class fighter."

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