Logan Paul filmed open-mouthed at brother Jake’s KO as he cradles WWE belt
Logan Paul bizarrely brought his WWE belt to his brother’s boxing bout – and was then left open-mouthed as Jake recorded a savage first round knockout.
Jake, 26, left Andre August flat on his back in the centre of the ring after delivering a thunderous uppercut to the little-known pro boxer. WWE star and fellow influencer boxer Logan was among his army of supporters at ringside.
And for some reason, Logan was cradling the United States Championship belt he won by beating Rey Mysterio at the Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia. He won the belt in dubious fashion after he used a pair of brass knuckles to clobber the iconic wrestler before scoring the pinfall.
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Shortly before beating Mysterio, Logan had defeated UFC star Dillon Danis in a farcical fight on a Misfits Boxing show in Manchester, which ended in a mass brawl as Danis tried to continue fighting after the final bell.
After the August fight, Logan and his belt, which seemed to be glued to his shoulder, joined his sibling in the ring for his post-fight interview. Speaking after his win, Jake said: “I said first round knockout all week, I manifested this, this is the power of manifestation and I said I need to bring back the old Problem Child.
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“I've been too nice with these people, letting them go into the later rounds. I set up my shot and he went night, night. I told him he was going to need a Celcius to wake up.”
As for the future, Jake is adamant he can be the “best in the world”. He said: “If the money fights wanna come, I’ve got smoke for them, too. But right now, I’m focused on being the best in the world and creating one of the greatest sports stories in the history of sports.
“It’s incredible to inspire these young kids. Whatever you want to do, you can pursue it and rise to the top.”
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