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KSI Says He's Returning To Boxing So That He Can Finally 'F**k Jake Paul Up'

Nasir Jabbar

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KSI Says He's Returning To Boxing So That He Can Finally 'F**k Jake Paul Up'

​KSI says he's making his return to boxing so that he can finally 'f**k Jake Paul up' in what would be a blockbuster showdown. 


​Jake is set to return to action in August, having stopped former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley in his last bout. 

The 5-0 fighter is looking for his next assignment, with the likes of Tommy Fury and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr touted as potential opponents. 

And it appears he has a future opponent brewing in the shape of KSI, who insists he needs to 'f**k Paul up'.

Image: PA
Image: PA

KSI hasn’t fought since his one and only professional boxing bout with Logan back in 2019.

He's looking to return to the ring before clashing with the 25-year-old American. ​

A clip from one of his concerts shows the British star addressing a fight with 'The Problem Child'. 

​"It’s so funny, so many motherf**kers think ‘he ain’t going to box again, he’ll stick with the music’ and to be honest, I probably could have," he told the crowd.

"But I was like nah man, I need to f**k Jake Paul up! So, you best believe it’s coming."​

Image: PA
Image: PA

KSI kicked off the YouTube boxing craze following his bout with Joe Weller in 2018.

But it was his fights against Logan Paul which propelled YouTube boxing into the mainstream. 

In particular his professional match-up with Logan which sold out the Staples Centre in Los Angeles, California. 

Speaking to Logan on his Impaulsive podcast, KSI didn’t hold back his feelings towards Jake when his fellow YouTube star was brought up as a subject.​​

"I still f*****g hate [Jake] him, I’m sorry, Logan," KSI said.

"I think he’s a c**t. Obviously he’s smashed it, he’s killed it, with what he’s done - fair f**king play, it’s pretty good.

"The way he knocked out Tyron Woodley, stupid. People are saying it’s fake, it’s not fake, he cleaned him out and it was a great shot.

"But for me, I can’t in my heart be like, 'Ah, I like him now.' I can’t."

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: KSI, Jake Paul, Boxing

Nasir Jabbar
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