Logan Paul books boxing return after two year hiatus

YouTuber-turned-boxer, Logan Paul, is set to make his long-awaited return to the boxing ring after a hiatus of over two years. Despite his success in professional wrestling, fans have been eager to see him back in the boxing arena since his last exhibition match against Floyd Mayweather, which drew over a million pay-per-view buys.

In a recent episode of the ImPaulsive podcast, Logan Paul spilled the beans about his plans to box again, mentioning that he has a match already booked for the near future.

While he didn’t reveal the opponent’s name, he did express his desire to spar with Bradley Martyn and even invited him to Puerto Rico to promote his upcoming event.

The YouTuber didn’t hold back, confidently stating, “I will spar you and I will humble your **** a**.” He also addressed some recent comments from Martyn about his brother, Jake Paul, and asserted that someone needs to “take care” of him for running his mouth.

Dillon Danis was the front runner to face Logan Paul prior to his hiatus, however it’s unclear if Paul plans to follow through with the match considering Danis has previously backed out of KSI boxing match.

Despite not having a boxing victory under his belt, Logan Paul remains determined and passionate about making a mark in the sport. He admitted that he is hungry to get back in the ring and prove himself as one of the best YouTubers to transition to boxing. In his eyes, believing in himself as the best is essential for success.

While YouTube boxing has become immensely popular, Logan Paul is aware of the challenges that lie ahead. He acknowledged the talents of some of the greats in the field but emphasized his hunger to succeed and his belief in being number one.

In addition to his boxing pursuits, Logan Paul is also preparing for his return to the WWE, indicating that he is dedicated to pursuing multiple goals simultaneously.