Throughout the summer, Paul brothers, Jake and Logan Paul have made headlines picking up major boxing match victories against seasoned athletes. Mike Tyson has now officially spoken out about potentially taking the ring with either of Paul brothers, confirming that he would be willing to fight.
In a recent episode of his Hotboxin’ series with Freddie Gibbs, the two began a conversation about how “boxing fell off” and later discussed the matchups they would want to see. Gibbs leads with stating, “They just need to put the right fights together, man. You know what I’m sayin’? I’m sick of seeing all these Jake Paul fights and all that type of shit.”
Tyson offers his point of view, sharing that there is a lot of money in these fights, especially if these “guys have 75 million people watching them.” When asked the question of whether or not he would be open to fighting either Jake Paul or Logan Paul, Tyson did not hesitate to say yes, “Hell yeah. They would, that would be a lot of money.” He continued to say that he would rather take on the 190-pound Logan as opposed to his brother. Tyson seems confident that the brothers will accept the challenge, knowing it will make them serious cash, “$100 million bucks? They’ll do anything.”
Gibbs later chimes in saying that he would love to see the brothers knocked out and put in their place. Back in June, Logan Paul called out the 55-year old fighter, “You can’t tell me I can’t beat Mike Tyson. He’s old.”
Watch the full Hotboxin’ interview above.
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