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Logan Paul wants to fight Tommy Fury to avenge his younger brother Jake Paul's defeat

Nasir Jabbar

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Logan Paul wants to fight Tommy Fury to avenge his younger brother Jake Paul's defeat

Logan Paul wants to fight Tommy Fury to avenge his younger brother, Jake, following his crushing defeat in Saudi Arabia.

Paul suffered the first defeat of his professional career after losing a split-decision to Fury, who improved his record to 9-0 with the big win.

'The Problem Child' has already expressed his desire for the rematch as he bemoaned the judges' scoring of the bout during his post-fight interview.

But if he doesn't get a second crack at the former Love Island star, then Logan is hoping to 'handle' Fury - revealing that was his first instinct after the scorecards were read out.

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Speaking on Jake Paul's podcast, he said: "If you don't [have a rematch], I'd like to handle that... That was like my first instinct, obviously."

Tommy Fury raises his arms after beating Jake Paul. Image: DAZN
Tommy Fury raises his arms after beating Jake Paul. Image: DAZN

The Paul brothers' mum, Pamela Stepnick, weighed in, saying: "I think what you said was, 'I'm going to kill that kid.'"

To which Logan replied: "Yeah that's what I said. He's my little brother. F**k that. Inflatable arm ass, motherf***er. F**k."

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Logan is now a WWE superstar, but has fought the likes of KSI (x2) and Floyd Mayweather in his career.

Though it appears a rematch between Jake and Fury is the immediate priority, with the undefeated Brit more than happy to run it back.

"100 per cent this is my first main event," he said. "I’m only going to stronger. I’m only going to bigger and better. There were a lot of nerves coming into it and I override that. If he wants a rematch, bring that."

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Jake recently revealed the huge pay-per-view sales for his bout against Fury, which suggests a rematch could be even bigger and more lucrative.

He claimed the PPV generated over 'half a million buys'. He said: "It’s probably coming in at, like, over half a million buys, but still totalling everything.

"So, the business is great, obviously there’s still so many names out there for me to fight.

"I want to do the rematch with Tommy but I think all of those fights are still there and still massive.

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"I think the rematch - I’ve got to go get that back."

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Jake Paul/Instagram

Topics: Logan Paul, Tommy Fury, Jake Paul, Boxing

Nasir Jabbar
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