During a new interview with ESNews, acclaimed YouTube sensation turned boxer Logan Paul gave his thoughts, albeit a biased view, on how he expects the outcome of the upcoming fight next month between his brother Jake Paul and former UFC Welterweight Champion – Tyron Woodley. During the same interview, Paul revealed that he is considering betting a quarter of a million dollars on his brother to win the fight. Wrestling-Edge transcribed the following remarks. Logan Paul recently ‘exposed’ this controversial UFC firing.
Logan: Jake’s going to f*** him up and I’m probably going to be a quarter of a million dollars on the fight. I have no doubt in my mind that Woodley doesn’t stand a chance. I’m even going to tell him when I see him, man to man – ‘you are so f***ing f***ed, it’s unbelievable. Jake is so sharp and so smart as a boxer. I think the thing that people kind of forget about Jake is that he’s really a f***ing lunatic dude. He’s crazy and missing some screws. I mean, if your boxing in general you are but he’s just very tough, dedicated and a very smart boxer too man. Jake is going to f*** him up. Woodley is f***ed. He’s going to cash his check and we will never hear about him again.
In other Logan Paul news, the famed internet star stood up for another one of his fellow content creators in Addison Rae – Rae was infamously ‘fired’ by the UFC after being hired by the company to handle the red carpet for UFC 264 and interview talent. She suffered inmense backlash regarding a controversial tweet that she tweeted the day of the event. Logan Paul stated the following on his popular ‘Impaulsive’ podcast. Credit to Newsweek for the following quotes.
“I notice with the the young TikTok stars, especially the women, for some reason they’re on the chopping block a bit more than the average creator, which I don’t like,” he said. “The D’Amelios go through this as well, and it’s horse****, to be honest with you.”
Logan Paul ‘passed out drunk’ in this recent video Paul continued: “I feel bad, because I don’t know if they’re in a spot yet like, for example, Jake [Paul] is, where they can kind of just raise a middle finger and be like, f*** off… They still have to be liked. That’s their shtick.
Paul concluded: “And I feel bad for them, because they’re trying to fit this persona that they may or may not be. But regardless, if they wanna keep doing what they do, they have to bend a little bit for a bunch of bull****, which I don’t like. I feel bad for her and any young creator who gets s*** on for being themselves and doing what they do. It kind of sucks.”