Logan Paul Believes He BEAT Mike Tyson In Fight!
It appears Logan Paul is delusional, but this is what the Paul brothers do, they go after champions and build hype to get a fight and big money.
Let’s be real, Logan Paul is doing this to get attention to draw an audience, so he can collect another $30 million dollar check when he loses! Get more on Logan Paul thinking he can fight Mike Tyson…
CelebnSports247.com reports that the boxing world has become the new WWE with entertainment fights with a set winner.
The days of real fights have been overshadowed by the hype of social media influencers Jake and Logan Paul.
They are using their social skills and athletic ability to gain fights and make big money. It doesn’t matter if they lose because they still cash in, and can say they fought a real champion.
Now, Logan Paul is going after Iron Mike Tyson, and if agrees to the fight, real boxing fans will be pissed and feel bamboozled if Paul is not knocked out in the first round.
For some reason YouTuber Logan Paul has fooled many people and now they have turned to who he might be facing next.
During his latest IMPAULSIVE podcast, Logan pondered about a potential bout with Mike Tyson.
“Someone mentioned Mike Tyson,” Logan said with a shifty grin on his face. “How funny is that. One great at a time?”
Paul added and proceeded to imitate him:
My lawyer mentioned it…He’s like ‘no, Tyson would rip your head off, you don’t stand a chance.’ I just went through all this!
You can’t tell me I can’t beat Mike Tyson. He’s old, old.
Many expected him to get knocked out by Floyd Mayweather in their fight, but he managed to go the entire match without being knocked down, even though social media was convinced he got help in that department.
Tyson has already told TMZ Sports in May that he wasn’t interested in fighting either Logan or his brother, Jake Paul, calling them both “good guys.”
He told The Sun that he FaceTimed Logan Paul after his Mayweather bout to let him know he was “wrong” about him and that he was “proud” of him for his performance in the fight.