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Logan Paul Says There's 'No F***ing Way' KSI Would Win Rematch

Logan Paul Says There's 'No F***ing Way' KSI Would Win Rematch

Logan Paul may have seen his fight with fellow YouTuber KSI finish up as a draw, but he's already declared that there's 'no fucking' way his rival will win a rematch.

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In a video showing the Youtuber giving a post-fight locker room speech, he said: "Each and every one of you in this room, thank you for supporting me and my brother and I'm sorry I couldn't bring home the official (title).

"But let me tell you something, there is no fucking way he'll win the second time.

"Let's fucking party, man!"

He added some further thoughts on Twitter, including that he was 'the better boxer and athlete', but he 'got too tired'.

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He also posted a list of conclusions he's drawn from the fight to Instagram, including that he 'should've won that fight' and this gem: "When i punch it looks like I'm pooping."

Most significantly, he also added that he 'will not leave it up to the judges in the USA rematch', which sounds like things are already hotting up for bout #2.

Credit: Instagram
Credit: Instagram

In what was hailed the 'biggest event in internet history', KSI and Logan took to the boxing ring in Manchester Arena last night to settle their ongoing online feud, which saw the pair embark on a series of insults, trolling and diss tracks.

During the fight, one ringside judge had KSI ahead by one point but the other two scored it even, meaning a majority draw was declared.

Not satisfied with the outcome, both sides immediately called for a rematch - the second set is to take place in the US.

And after betting $1m (£774,375) on himself to win, it would appear the draw has not done anything to dampen Logan's confidence in himself.

We wouldn't be surprised if he places even more money on himself to win next time - especially considering the paycheque he and KSI are taking home from the fight.

Credit: Instagram
Credit: Instagram

More than 15,000 tickets were sold for the Manchester fight, with thousands more paying £7.50 each to watch it live on YouTube. As such, the two are reported to be splitting somewhere between the £150 million ($192m) mark, which will be added to the fruitful sponsorship deals that they signed.

So yeah, it's no surprise Logan's ready to 'party'. He's certainly bounced back since the 'suicide forest' scandal broke and he was subsequently dropped from Youtube.

Logan faced a torrent of criticism for posting a video showing the body of a dead man in Aokigahara, the 'suicide forest' at the base of Mt. Fuji in Japan.

However, he clawed his way back into the limelight in recent months after accepting a fighting challenge from KSI, who announced after winning his February boxing match against Joe Weller (also a YouTuber): "If any YouTuber wants it, you can come get it. Jake Paul, Logan Paul, any of the Pauls, I don't care."

Logan accepted and now we're here, with a second boxing fight on the cards and no doubt another £150 million paycheque for the Youtube stars. What a time to be alive, ladies and gents.

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Featured Image Credit: YouTube/SecondsOut

Topics: Logan Paul, Celebrity, Boxing, KSI, YouTube

Daisy Phillipson

Daisy is a UK-based freelance journalist with too many opinions. She loves everything film and music-related and has a track record writing for Little White Lies, BWRC, and Film Daily. Contact her at [email protected]

 

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