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Logan Paul accidentally leaks Jake Paul's strategy for Mike Tyson fight in chat with WWE legend

Logan Paul accidentally leaks Jake Paul's strategy for Mike Tyson fight in chat with WWE legend

Logan Paul gave a lot of insight into how his brother Jake is preparing for his huge bout with Mike Tyson.

Logan Paul appears to have accidentally given away Jake Paul's strategy for his upcoming boxing superfight with Mike Tyson.

Paul returns to the ring on July 20 against heavyweight boxing legend Tyson at the AT&T Stadium live in Arlington, Texas.

The bout will be shown live on Netflix and will be Tyson's first fight since an exhibition contest with Roy Jones Jr in 2020.

On the undercard of that event, Paul made his professional debut when he knocked out Nate Robinson.

The 9-1 boxer has vowed to put the former heavyweight champion to sleep yet his older brother Logan has given insight into his game-plan.

The WWE superstar, who once took on Floyd Mayweather, discussed the fight and Jake's approach on his IMPAULSIVE podcast with WWE chief content officer Triple H.

He said: "He [Jake] is going to be sparring guys who fight like Mike. I know he's old but he can hit hard and still fast.

Triple H then weighed in with his take on the fight, stating that Paul may be best off running around the ring to avoid the brutal blows Tyson has in his locker.

"If the old Mike Tyson shows up, how do you get past that?" the 14-time WWE champion asked.

"He doesn't need to be there for the old fight, he just needs to be there for five minutes. I don't know that I wouldn't just run for two to three rounds and hope that he gets tired."

Image: Getty
Image: Getty

Paul agreed, adding: "Maybe that's a strategy too, I don't know!"

Triple H is now spearheading the new era of WWE and credited with a number of changes which saw WrestleMania 40 broke a slew of records.

But he hailed the decision to put Paul-Tyson on Netflix, a platform which will soon show WWE's programming.

The Game explained: "When I first heard that deal and you know I saw the announcement, just like everybody else did, I was like 'he’s gonna fight Tyson?'

"And then just in my mind, I was like 'oh that’ll be a good pay-per-view, that’d be cool'.

Featured Image Credit: IMPAULSIVE podcast & Most Valuable Promotions

Topics: Logan Paul, WWE, Jake Paul, Triple H, Mike Tyson