Logan Paul Says Brother Jake Is 'F**king Dumb' For Conor McGregor Call Outs
Jake Paul has been told he is 'f**king dumb' for calling out Conor McGregor, by his own brother.
The YouTuber took his professional boxing record to 2-0, when he fought former basketball star Nate Robinson, on the undercard of Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr.
That win, against a former NBA player, has led the 23-year-old social media star to believe that he should be fighting against the biggest UFC star on the planet and caused him to start a campaign to fight McGregor.
He's taken to social media on several occasions to call out the former two weight champion, even throwing water balloons at the Irishman's teammate, without reply so far.
"I love Jake, obviously, but this one is f***ing dumb. Sorry, sorry, this one is f***ing dumb, dude," the 25-year-old said on his podcast after reacting in shock to the call out he'd just seen.
Paul, who fights the man who beat McGregor in his only professional boxing fight, was then asked why he objects to his brother's call out, despite him being in a seemingly tougher fight.
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"Conor McGregor is a southpaw, he's bigger than Floyd Mayweather, he's younger than Floyd Mayweather," Logan explained.
"He's way active. I understand what you're saying, so did everyone else, but he's just a precision striker, knockout artist.
"Floyd is not. He's just not. He's older, everyday he gets older, everyday I get better.
"I understand the discrepancy between us."
Logan is due to take on the retired Mayweather in an exhibition fight in February and it's unlikely to even be over 12 rounds.
Should Jake actually manage to get into the ring with McGregor, or any of the other MMA stars he' called out, then it would be a fully professional official fight, which is another huge difference in the two rivalries.
It remains to be seen if McGregor does respond to the call outs of if he stays concentrating on Dustin Poirier and his UFC career.
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