The Paul brothers, especially Jake Paul has been making waves in the Boxing world. The last two years have been immense for the famous Internet sensation. Having taken up professional boxing in January 2020, Jake is currently 4-0 up in his career, with his most recent win coming against Tyron Woodley a couple of days ago.
His elder brother Logan, the one who first popularized celebrity boxing, has just one fight in his professional boxing career- against fellow YouTuber KSI. But, he has fought one of the greatest boxers in the history of the sport – Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition boxing bout.
In a recent interview with Submission Radio, MMA legend Anderson Silva who is also a professional boxer, spoke about the possibility of fighting the Paul brothers in a boxing contest. While acknowledging the smartness and entertaining abilities of the brothers, Silva claimed that anything could be possible in the future.
“A lot of people are talking about this fight with Logan” – Anderson Silva
Anderson Silva was quoted as saying, “Everything is possible. A lot of people are talking about this fight with Logan. I think it’s good because Logan is a very good guy, very entertaining, smart. The Paul brothers are very good guys, very smart guys and doing something good for us. It’s an entertaining show and we’ll see. Everything is possible.” [via MMA Fighting]
Silva is coming off a massive win over Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. – a split decision win in an eight-round boxing contest in Cesar Chavez’s own backyard, Mexico. ‘Spider’ is now set to take on UFC great Tito Ortiz in another eight-round contest at Staples Center on the 11th of September. This will be Ortiz’s first-ever professional boxing match.
Jake Paul is currently flirting with a possibility of fighting Tommy Fury, Tyson Fury’s half-brother. The pair had an altercation backstage after Paul’s victory over Woodley. Logan Paul, on the other hand, is currently concentrating on his YouTube career.
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