Logan Paul insists brother Jake will continue to prove people wrong in the boxing ring because he is a “bad motherf*****”.
YouTube sensation turned boxer Jake has made a blistering start to his professional career, claiming three emphatic victories to open his account.
His latest win was the most impressive yet, with a brutal right hand knocking out former UFC star Ben Askren inside the first round of their highly-billed contest last weekend.
Jake is now desperate to entice Conor McGregor into the ring next, a fight many believe he would lose comprehensively given the Irishman’s iconic UFC success in recent years.
Yet Logan, who is reportedly set for a huge fight of his own against boxing legend Floyd Mayweather this summer, has urged people to top doubting his brother.
“What the f*** did y'all expect?” he told MMA Junkie after Jake’s win over Askren last weekend.
“Stop doubting Jake. Every fight I'm like, 'Ehhhh.' Stop doubting Jake.”
He then added: “He's not who you think he is. He's not the YouTube kid anymore.
“He's a f****** bad motherf***** with a heavy right hand. There's a reason no-one can survive those. No-one has.
“And he's gonna continue doing so. Doubt him all you want, but you're gonna be wrong every time.”
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While Jake has got his eye on a potential showdown with McGregor, fellow YouTube star KSI – who got the better of Logan when they met in 2019 – has thrown down the gauntlet to the second Paul brother.
KSI, real name Olajide Olatunji, insists he would “show how much of a fraud he is” if the fight happens.
He said: “I want to fight Jake. Don't get it twisted. When I saw he knocked out Ben Askren, I got angry.
“There's a part inside of me that feels like I need to f**k him up to show how much of a fraud he is. […] [But] best believe when we get in that ring, I'm knocking him out.”
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