Jake Paul Doubts Logan’s Boxing Retirement, Eyes Future Possibilities
Logan Paul, known for his brief but notable boxing career, recently announced a shift to professional wrestling, leaving behind the boxing ring. However, his brother Jake Paul expressed skepticism on “The MMA Hour” about this being Logan’s final farewell to boxing, citing his brother’s innate fighting spirit and athletic prime.
Logan’s potential last fight, a peculiar victory by disqualification against Dillon Danis at Misfits’ PRIME Card, contrasts with his more high-profile boxing endeavors. His four matches included a draw and a loss against KSI and an exhibition bout with Floyd Mayweather. Despite these notable appearances, Logan cited financial concerns in boxing as a key reason for his retirement, telling Fox Business, “There’s no money in boxing. Every company is going broke.”
Jake Paul, reflecting on the dynamics of their relationship and shared industry, remarked, “I think that stuff happens in families, and happens especially between brothers who are in the same industry, two years apart… We’re just doing the best we can, and at the end of the day, just figuring out as we go.” Despite rumors of a potential bout between the two brothers following a heated argument on Logan’s podcast, both have dismissed the idea, with Jake emphasizing the overblown nature of the situation.
While Logan Paul’s boxing journey has been unconventional, his success in professional wrestling, highlighted by winning the WWE United States Championship at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia, suggests a promising new chapter in his athletic career.