The narrative of the tape between Mike Tyson and Logan Paul: How the two boxers compare ahead of a peculiar scheduled exhibition match.

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The narrative of the tape between Mike Tyson and Logan Paul: How the two boxers compare ahead of a peculiar scheduled exhibition match.

MIKE TYSON is expected to face YouTuber Logan Paul in one of the most bizarre boxing bouts ever.

Tyson is a great legend in the sport and one of the most powerful punchers ever.

He won 44 of his 50 professional fights by KO, with only six losses.

Logan, the older brother of fellow social media sensation turned boxer Jake, has only fought once in his professional career.

That was a setback.

In November 2019, the American lost a split decision to British YouTuber KSI – real name Olajide William Olatunji.

It was a rematch of their amateur fight, which ended in a majority tie.

Both Tyson and Paul have fought in one exhibition bout. In November 2020, Tyson made a remarkable return to the ring to draw with fellow veteran Roy Jones Jr.

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Meanwhile, in June of this year, Paul survived eight rounds against one of the best in the world, Floyd Mayweather.

But now the 26-year-old will be facing someone his own size: Paul, who weighs 2st 7lb more than The Money but was given a boxing lesson, will face someone his own size.

Tyson, 55, is expected to fight either Evander Holyfield or Lennox Lewis, a former foe.

However, YouTuber Keemstar – real name Daniel Keem – claims that Tyson would face Paul next.

“Logan Paul vs Mike Tyson, Feb 2022, sources tell DramaAlert,” Keemstar tweeted.

Tyson is anxious to fight again and has been putting in a lot of work in the gym to get ready for his next opponent.

He had hoped to fight again in September, but has been told that he will have to wait until next year.

“I’m going to have a return fight in February,” Tyson stated in an exclusive interview with SunSport. “We’re pretty suspicious about the opponent, but it’ll be a tremendously stimulating opponent.”

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