Logan Paul Wants To Fight Film Star Chris Hemsworth After Floyd Mayweather Exhibition Bout
Logan Paul has called out actor Chris Hemsworth after seeing the Australian on the pads.
The YouTuber-turned-boxer has his hands full with 50-0 Floyd Mayweather, who he will take on in a "super exhibition fight" on February 20.
But after he squares off against arguably the greatest boxer of all time, 'The Maverick' wants a piece of Marvel star Hemsworth.
Footage of the 37-year-old throwing some combinations while showing off his ripped physique as part of a boxing workout has been doing the rounds on social media and Paul, 0-1 in professional boxing, took to Twitter to call him out.
In response, Paul's younger brother Jake took a break from calling out the biggest names in MMA to say he will then fight Mayweather.
Paul made his professional boxing debut against YouTube rival KSI at the Staples Center in November 2019 and lost via a split decision.
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Mayweather, who is a four-weight world champion, is undoubtedly the overwhelming favourite for when they lock horns live on FanMio next month.
But former WBC welterweight champion Victor Ortiz, who was knocked out by Mayweather back in 2011, has seen Paul brutally knock out sparring partners and reckons the 25-year-old, with his size and weight advantage, has the tools to make it an interesting fight.
"What I'm saying, in a sense, is that he will give Floyd trouble," he told MMA Fighting, as per Boxing Scene.
"I'm telling you, it's going to be an interesting fight. I've talked to him about Floyd a few times. ... I give him the simple things: 'Floyd is Floyd, but you're unstoppable. You're on another level.' I strongly believe Floyd will have trouble. Logan can box, and he has power, reach speed, and he can move now.
"[Mayweather] found a YouTuber - that sounds easy enough for a 20-time world champion. Alright, let's beat him up. But what I've been watching and seeing is a YouTuber gone professional boxer who puts in hours and hours of work studying films. He's very disciplined, and he's working his butt off, and he listens.
"He has a heck of a coach [in Milton Lacroix] who's very knowledgeable and very experienced. I believe it's a dangerous combo. From what I see at the gym, I can honestly say Logan can probably hit harder than [Mayweather]. Now, who's more accurate? We'll see Feb. 20."
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