Logan Paul criticizes boxer Tyson Fury for his upcoming MMA bout, claiming that “the bigger they are, the harder they fall.”


Logan Paul criticizes boxing legend Tyson Fury for his upcoming MMA bout, claiming that “the bigger they are, the harder they fall.”

LOGAN PAUL has challenged Tyson Fury to a mixed martial arts fight, claiming, “The bigger they are, the harder they fall.”

Jake, the YouTuber’s brother, is a 4-0 boxer who will face Tommy Fury in Florida on December 18th.

Logan, on the other hand, did not hesitate to express his admiration for Tommy’s older brother, WBC heavyweight champion Tyson, who is undefeated.

While the social media influencer appeared to rule out ever boxing the Gypsy King, he instead issued a challenge to fight in the ring.

When asked who his favorite fighter is, Logan said, “Probably Tyson Fury.”

Tyson Fury is one of my favorite fighters.

“I believe Jake should fight Tommy first, and then I should fight Tyson,” says the fighter.

Logan, 26, was then questioned about his callout to Fury, 33, and whether or not he would fight the boxing legend.

“Sure,” he said.

During a mixed martial arts (MMA) fight.

Brother, the bigger they are, the more difficult it is for them to fall.”

After his boxing career ends, Fury has toyed with the idea of switching to MMA.

But, more recently, he dismissed the idea, admitting that he would be open to a striking match in MMA gloves, with grappling allowed.

Logan, on the other hand, wrestled in high school and has long desired to make the transition to the ring.

He’s fought three times before, the first two times against online rival KSI, 28, the first of which ended in a draw.

A year later, they turned pro, and Logan was defeated in a scrappy split decision.

The American then returned in June for a thrilling exhibition bout against Floyd Mayweather, 44, who gave away TWO STONES in the process.

There was no winner after Mayweather failed to score a knockout.

Logan has been linked to a fight with heavyweight legend Mike Tyson, 55, who last fought in an exhibition with Roy Jones Jr, 52, in November.


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