Erling Haaland gives brutal answer when asked who will win out of KSI and Tommy Fury in front of YouTube star
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Erling Haaland brutally put down KSI when asked for his prediction on his upcoming fight with Tommy Fury.
The Manchester City sensation, recently crowned the PFA Player of the Year for a record-breaking debut campaign in the Premier League, appeared on the latest episode of Logan Paul's IMPAULSIVE podcast.
It comes after Haaland became the third PRIME athlete, following on from UFC stars Israel Adesanya and Alexander Volkanovski joining the movement.
PRIME, the hydration drink from KSI and Paul, have made moves in football by signing partnership deals with Arsenal, Barcelona and Bayern Munich.
Norwegian goal machine was drafted in as their first sponsored-footballer last week and sat down on a podcast with the co-founders.
A whole host of topics were discussed in the episode but at one point Haaland was asked about KSI's next bout, which is taking place in Manchester on October 14.
Paul told him to forget about the fact that KSI was sat next to him in an Arsenal shirt and quizzed him on who he thinks will win.
Haaland paused for a few moments, before saying: “The other guy.” That prompted KSI to laugh hysterically and reply, "Haaland I hope you score no more goals!".
The striker revealed he had actually saw what went down in the fiery press conference, which ended up abruptly when John Fury caused utter chaos and destroyed the tables on stage after completing losing his cool.
“I saw the press conference, it kicked off a bit there."
The former Borussia Dortmund man also talked about KSI and Deji back in a 2020 Instagram live and admitted he used to watch the brothers growing up.
Paul asked Haaland: "You used to watch KSI..."
Haaland responded: "Yeah, I watched a little bit when I was younger."
KSI reacted by saying:"Aw, I'm gassed!"
Haaland smashed in 52 goals for City last season and has started the new campaign with three in his four matches in the Premier League.
He missed the first penalty of his Premier League career on Sunday before putting Pep Guardiola's side 1-0 up against Sheffield United.