Jake Paul has finally addressed the ongoing speculation about entering the ring with brother Logan Paul. In an interview held on June 27th, the YouTuber detailed how his parents were not pleased with the idea.
Following his older brother's footsteps, Jake has turned to the world of boxing after having a controversial career on the Google-owned platform. Despite still posting videos, the Ohio native has sought out boxing more frequently.
With a record of three wins by knockout and 0 losses, Jake Paul has stunned the world with his boxing skills, unlike his brother. In 2018, the content creator first appeared as an undercard for Logan Paul's fight against fellow YouTuber KSI.
Jake has stepped into the ring with Nate Robinson, Ben Askren, and Ali Eson Gib and won all three matches. Logan, meanwhile, is yet to win a bout.
Jake Paul addresses speculation
In an episode of "Below the Belt with Brendan Schaub," Jake Paul answered everyone's burning question regarding him possibly fighting his older brother in the ring.
However, Jake put the idea to bed, bringing up how strongly against the idea his and Logan's parents felt.
"My dad and my mom are already p****d about this. They're like, 'Absolutely not, we don't want you to do it.'"
The 24-year-old then explained how he tried to convince his mom, claiming that he wanted his future kids "to drive Rolls-Royces."
The younger Paul brother then stated that the idea of him fighting Logan was "both a joke and not a joke."
"Our relationship just keeps getting better, so I don't know."
Fans express that they want the fight
Fans took to Twitter to express their excitement over the idea of a Jake Paul vs Logan Paul match.
Despite it being an unlikely possibility, they have already begun anticipating who would win in the fight between the Paul brothers.
Logan Paul has not yet spoken about the speculations. However, as Jake Paul has an upcoming fight with professional fighter Tyron Woodley, many are sure it won't happen any time soon.
Help Sportskeeda improve its coverage of pop culture news. Take the 3-minute survey now.