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By Jessica Lynch
He's already managed to lure undefeated former champion Floyd Mayweather back into the ring for February, and now Logan Paul has voiced his desire to fight Thor himself, Chris Hemsworth.
The YouTube star took to Twitter to comment on a video of the jacked Aussie actor boxing, telling his fans he wants to take on the film star following his match with Mayweather.
"I'll fight him after Mayweather," Paul declared in a retweet of the clip of Hemsworth boxing in the gym.
Social media users were divided over who would win in a match between the pair, with one user commenting: "Ok I'm a fan of Logan but I think that Chris would win because he had to train for Avenger movies cause he had to look like a God, not a regular person, so he worked out like crazy and boxing is a type of cardio which he probably did and he is really strong."
Another added: "Being fast and powerful in training sessions doesn't mean that someone mastered boxing, it's in the ring what matters.. the speed, stamina, accuracy and strength, all show up in a real fight."
Meanwhile, others thought the social media star was getting a bit too overconfident about his skills - particularly when it comes to Floyd Mayweather.
A user warned: "Bro, if you can feed yourself and speak in complete sentences after Floyd gets done with you, consider it a win."
Both Logan Paul and his brother Jake Paul have recently ventured into the world of boxing, with the brothers first competing against fellow YouTubers KSI and Deji.
The fights generated 1.3 million pay per view buys and sold 21,000 tickets, with Jake Paul knocking out former NBA player Nate Robinson on the undercard of Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr.
The event generated a whopping $80M, mostly due to Tyson, but was enough to pique the interest of Floyd Mayweather, who later signed a deal to fight Logan Paul.
However, it's hard to see Hemsworth taking the bait to jump in the ring, considering the risk of injury while he's likely working on film projects.
The Mayweather and Paul fight is scheduled for February 20, 2021, with pay-per-view streams of the event are currently selling for $59.99.
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