Jake Paul's Response When Asked Who'd Win A Fight Between Himself And Brother Logan
Jake is coming off a victory over NBA point guard Nate Robinson on the undercard of Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr last weekend, while Logan lost to fellow YouTube star KSI last November.
But in an interview with TMZ Sport, Jake revealed he's gone over fighting his sibling in his head.
"I sort of change my mind on [fighting Logan] every day. One day I'm like I'll do it, the next I don't think we should," he begun.
"People say, 'Jake, he's the younger brother, he would lose,' but really I'm ten times the better boxer. People really underestimate my punching power, so yeah I'd do it to prove those people wrong.
When asked if a knockout was possible, the 23-year-old replied: "If we fought: yeah."
One man Paul isn't keen on getting in the ring with is legendary fighter Tyson. 'Iron Mike' returned to the ring for the first time in 15 years at the STAPLES Center, battling Jones to a draw.
Replying to the potential of Paul vs Tyson, he said: "Nah. First of all, he's heavy, and I don't think people would wanna see that.
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"Plus, me and him are friends, we're cool now. So I'd rather stay friends with Mike than pit myself against him."
Tyson praised Paul on Saturday and said YouTubers helped keep the sport of boxing relevant during the rise of UFC.
"I didn't know he existed until my sons wanted to fight him one day," said Tyson post-fight. "I said: 'Who are you going to fight? This guy? Come on' - and he was a big star.
"Everybody knows who he is, and I'm so happy that he joined on the bandwagon with me and Roy."
Some old-school boxing fans find the presence of celebrity boxers an insult to the sport and the professionals dedicated to perfecting it. But Tyson is not among that number.
"Listen, my ego says so many things, but my reality is they help boxing so much," Tyson continued.
"Boxing owes these guys. They owe these YouTube boxers some kind of respect. They should give them some belts because these guys make boxing alive.
"Boxing was pretty much a dying sport. UFC was kicking our butts, and now we got these YouTube boxers boxing with 25 million views. Boxing's back. Thanks to the YouTube boxers."
Featured Image Credit: Jake Paul/Instagram & Logan Paul/Instagram
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