Logan Paul reveals fight with brother Jake WILL happen and be 'one of biggest and highest grossing' PPVs of all time

LOGAN PAUL is confident he will fight brother Jake, leading to 'one of biggest and highest grossing' pay-per-views of all time.

The YouTubers have both embarked on professional boxing careers, and seem equally open to one day facing each other in the ring.

They have headlined on PPV before, and never have two brothers fought each other.

As a result, Logan predicts they have the perfect formula to smash records and reignite their old rivalry.

He told Access: "I'm a showman, so is Jake, and we had a little rivalry on YouTube that has never been matched and I don't believe it ever will.

"Our diss tracks against each other have like 300million views, it was like we were the two brothers that despised each other online.

"And I think we can probably make a similar wave if Jake and I ever fought each other.

"I'd go ahead and say Logan Paul versus Jake Paul would be one of the greatest, and biggest and highest grossing pay-per-view combat sports events of all time."

The Pauls both started their boxing journeys together in Manchester in 2018.

Logan boxed to a draw with KSI – while the Brit's brother 'Deji' was beaten by Jake.

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KSI, 27, and Logan, 26, would turn pro a year later for the rematch.

And Logan lost by split-decision, after a two point deduction cost him the result.

Jake, 24, on the other hand, turned pro in 2020, stopping online rival and friend of KSI's 'AnEsonGib' in the opening round.

He improved to two knockouts in as many fights last November, leaving ex-NBA star Nate Robinson, 36, out cold and turned into a viral meme.

Jake now faces retired ex-UFC welterweight Ben Askren, 36, in his biggest step up, on April 17 in Atlanta.


Meanwhile Logan is set to fight boxing legend Floyd Mayweather, 44, in an exhibition.

Mayweather – who officially retired in 2017 after beating Conor McGregor – has the all-time box office record.

His 2015 win over Manny Pacquiao, now 42, sold 4.6m PPVs, while the crossover fight with McGregor did 4.4m.

It would take some doing to topple those numbers, but Logan is at least sure he would beat his little brother.

He said: "I'm biased, because I'm me, but yes, I would."

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