The Paul brothers have taken the boxing world by storm. Hate them or love them, Logan Paul and Jake Paul are doing something right. Jake Paul beat a MMA world champion, Ben Askren, in one of the biggest spectacles of the year. And now Logan Paul will take on Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition fight.
Pro boxers dream of fighting someone as big as Floyd Mayweather after years of hard work and dedication in the sport. But, not a lot of boxers become successful to get to the pinnacle of the sport. However, with just 3 years of boxing, Logan Paul will compete against the greatest boxer of this era.
Though both Jake Paul and Logan Paul are fairly new to the sport there is intrigue among the fans to find out who is the better boxer between the two brothers and will they ever fight each other.
Well, we might not have to wait too long to find that out as Jake and Logan seems okay to compete in the boxing ring in a PPV event despite being brothers. In a recent interview with Max Kellerman, Jake Paul was asked whether he is a better boxer than Logan Paul. Jake replied:
“They are gonna have to figure out when we do a PPV even against each other.” When Logan surprisingly asked him will he ever fight him in a boxing match Jake replied: “Why not?”
Logan Paul says Jake Paul will not be easy to beat
If Logan loses to Floyd Mayweather then it’s very unlikely that this fight will ever take place. But, if both the Paul brothers keep on winning then we might see a clash between the two in the future. Logan Paul stated:
“I think Jake and I pride ourselves on just being trailer blazers. And again at the end of the day, entertainers, Doing stuff that nobody has ever done, nobody can ever repeat successfully. Because we never sparred, we never had any actual combat experience with each other. I don’t think me being the big brother would have anything to do with who will win the fight. Jake is my little brother but little bro got big. He is a massive human being.”
What do you think about this fun matchup? Which Paul brother will come out victorious?