Logan Paul has admitted a fight with his brother Jake in the boxing ring "excites" him and insists it would not affect their relationship.
The YouTube star has fought three times in the boxing ring having lost to fellow social media personality KSI twice before sharing the ring with boxing legend Floyd Mayweather. Meanwhile, his brother Jake has won all five of his professional fights, defeating the likes of former UFC champion Tyron Woodley and fellow YouTuber AnEson Gib.
Logan has claimed any fight will not be "replicable" in history and believes the pair could put it behind them afterwards due to their past childhood experiences. "Maybe," Paul said when asked about the possibility during an episode of his Impaulsive podcast. "That is why it excites me I don't think it is replicable on a scale like this ever.
"That is like some history in the making and in the textbook s*** and it excites me. It is a little f***** up but we are not the most sane people in the world. We are f****** brothers we have been through it all, I don't give a f***. It's fairy dust right now it doesn't exist."
Paul recently made his debut in WWE and fought in the promotion's hallmark Wrestlemania 38 event, partnering up with The Miz against the Mysterio brothers. His exploit was considered a huge success and he is also considering a longer-term future in wrestling.
Meanwhile his brother Jake has just announced his latest boxing venture will take place on August 13 with an opponent yet to be named. The likes of Tommy Fury and Anderson Silva are in the running to share the ring with Paul who insists he can become world champion.
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Elder sibling Logan has confirmed his plans to return to the boxing ring and was recently called out by Brazilian YouTube star Whindersson. Paul later accepted the challenge and later confirmed his plans to meet the social media star in the ring.
Both Logan and Jake have made a significant impression in combat sports since their arrival earning praise from the likes of Mike Tyson and Chael Sonnen. Logan previously suggested that the pair are just getting started in making their impression, and could be open to fighting each other despite their "love" for one another.
"We love each other," he said when asked about the possibility of facing his younger sibling. "But we also love putting on big shows. Maybe down the line. Again, give us some time to acclimate in this sport a little bit. I'm 26 years old, the kid is 24. What happens when I'm 30? Where am I at? Where is he at? Let us get good at this sport. Let us take over a little more. We're just getting started."
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