Logan Paul Wants To Fight Anthony Joshua After He Beats KSI
Logan Paul is hoping to beat KSI in their rematch on November 9th and then he wants to stay in professional boxing and take on former world champion Anthony Joshua.
YouTuber Paul and long term rivals KSI faced each other in a fight with head guards, heavier gloves and over just six rounds last year in Manchester but this time it'll be under professional rules with lighter gloves.
However a source close to Paul, speaking to the Express, revealed the 24-year-old wants to continue with his professional boxing career after facing his rival and face AJ, saying, "KSI isn't going to have the proper mindset that Logan will.
"Logan wants to actually continue doing this after KSI. He wants to continue boxing professionally.
"Logan event wants Anthony Joshua, he wants them all.
"He's on a mission, he posted on his Instagram stories that he will kill KSI.
"That's a whole different level [of confidence].
"They're both having to pack away like 4,000 calories a day, there's a lot of mind over matter stuff to be thought through as well.
"KSI thinks he's already won it but his team are nervous, they're fearful but KSI thinks he'll be fine.
"In KSI's first match with Joe Weller it didn't last very long and it ended quickly."
2012 Olympic champion Joshua has got bigger issues to deal with before thinking about a YouTube presenter without a single professional fight.
The former unified heavyweight world champion lost his belts to Andy Ruiz Jr on June 1st, after being stopped for the first time in his career, and is eyeing winning them back in his own rematch.
Ruiz and AJ will face each other in Saudi Arabia in December and both men will have Deontay Wilder's WBC's title in their sights in the future.
In another rematch Wilder next takes on Luis Ortiz at the MGM Grand on November 23rd, in a repeat of their fight from May 2018.
After that Bronze Bomber is expected to take on yet another rematch should he beat Ortiz with a second, and potentially third, fight already reportedly agreed between him and Tyson Fury.
Fury might be the only one of the top heavyweights not keeping himself with a future boxing fight, before Wilder, but that doesn't mean he won't be in a ring.
The British boxer was at WWE Smackdown on Friday night and had an altercation with WWE heavyweight Braun Strowman.