‘I’m taking you to the floor and I’m choking you’: Logan Paul calls Tyson Fury an MMA fight after ‘saw him talking’ when they fought their brothers in February — and he insists. I don’t care how big it is
- Logan Paul lost his only professional boxing match to fellow YouTuber KSI
- The 28-year-old also lost in his WrestleMania debut over the weekend.
- He has called out World Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury in an MMA fight
Logan Paul called for an MMA fight with world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury.
Despite losing his only pro boxing fight to fellow KSI turned YouTuber, Paul feels he could do better in the octagon, claiming he was ‘suffocating’ anger and calling the 33-year-old out after speaking his s**t ‘.
It comes after their brothers, Jack Paul and Tommy Fury, locked themselves in a grudge match in February, with Fury winning by split decision in Saudi Arabia.
Logan has now called for an escalation of Fury Ball’s hostility, he said BT Sport: “You know what I’m going to do because I saw Tyson talking s***?” I will fight Tyson in an MMA fight.
“I really would, I don’t really care how big it is if you don’t wrestle or do any ground work, I don’t care how big you are, you better land the first two punches you take and you better knock me out.”
Logan Paul called out world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury in a mixed martial arts fight
The 34-year-old sparked a fight outside boxing with Francis Ngannou
“Otherwise I take you to the ground, I will take your back and suffocate you.”
Paul has been wrestling in WWE since 2021, losing to Seth Rollins on Night One of WrestleMania 39 over the weekend.
Fury, meanwhile, was expected to face Oleksandr Usyk in a unification fight later this month, but the match ended after a financial agreement could not be reached.
Anthony Joshua called out the Roma King after his victory over Jermaine Franklin on Saturday, with the two-time world champion saying ‘the ball was in his court’ and that they should have the fight ‘the fans want’.
Logan and Tyson’s brothers, Jack Paul and Tommy Fury, had a grudge match in February
Anthony Joshua called out Tyson Fury after his recent win over Jermaine Franklin
Eddie previously told Hearn that Sportsmail talks had taken place regarding a Joshua vs. Fury fight this summer, though Frank Warren later angrily denied this.
A switch to MMA may not be out of the cards for the world heavyweight champion, as he has previously suggested fighting former UFC champ Francis Ngannou.
“I know he’s no longer under contract with the UFC, so I’m looking forward to that,” Fury said. IFL TV The fighter said in January, “And if the fight doesn’t go unchallenged, I’ll look down on the worst man on the planet.”
He suggested a “hybrid fight” with “MMA gloves and Queensberry rules, maybe in a cage to make it fun”.