Jake Paul believes his brother Logan is “f*****” after agreeing to face Floyd Mayweather in a boxing exhibition next year – while insisting he is the “real fighter” in the family.
Logan has struck a deal to lock horns with Mayweather, who is widely considered one of the greatest fighters of all time, in February 2021.
The online sensation only has one professional boxing contest under his belt, which ended in a narrow points defeat against fellow YouTuber KSI last year.
Despite coming unstuck on his debut, he is now set to step in the ring with a former undefeated, five-weight world champion in Mayweather.
Many believe Logan will be on the wrong end of a one-sided beatdown next February – including his own brother.
Jake, who has claimed victory in each of his three professional outings to date, says his sibling is “f*****” ahead of a meeting with Mayweather in 2021.
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When asked by TMZ Sports how Logan can expect to beat Mayweather when a fighter as skilled as Manny Pacquiao couldn’t even do so, Jake replied: “No exactly, I agree. My brother’s f*****
“It’s bad for the sport. I think it’s just for clout.
“My brother’s a fake fighter. I’m the real fighter. He’s 0-1 and I’m 3-0.
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“I wish him the best of luck, I just [wouldn’t] get in there with the guy who’s never even been knocked down. He’s been knocked down once and it was by accident.”
Mike Tyson agrees with Jake, who knocked out Nate Robinson on the undercard of his own exhibition against Roy Jones Jr last month.
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The former undisputed heavyweight champion recently said on Logan’s own podcast ‘imPaulsive’: “Floyd’s gonna beat his f****** a**.”
But after the social-media star and his co-hosts descended into laughter, Tyson added: “But it’s gonna be good, he’s gonna fight back though! He’s gonna fight back.”
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