Love him or hate him, Logan Paul fearlessly seizes every opportunity that comes his way as a result of his celebrity status. The renowned influencer and boxer recently demonstrated his grappling abilities alongside UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya in exclusive training footage from his camp in Puerto Rico.
Logan Paul has made a successful transition into the realm of professional wrestling. Over the past five years, he has engaged in a series of high-profile boxing matches that have captivated audiences and garnered significant media attention. Despite not clinching a victory in any of these bouts, Paul’s performances have earned him widespread respect within the combat sports community.
Additionally, Logan Paul has frequently hinted at his interest in mixed martial arts. He has held discussions with Bellator president Scott Coker and even explored the possibility of securing a deal for a UFC bout during a podcast appearance with UFC president Dana White.
Both Logan and his brother Jake Paul possess a solid foundation in wrestling, honed during their high school days in Ohio. Furthermore, Logan briefly competed in college wrestling.
Recently, new training footage has emerged featuring Logan Paul engaging in grappling exchanges with UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya. The footage also includes appearances by UFC featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt Craig Jones.
The esteemed trio were in Dorado and shared a training session with Logan Paul. A snippet of this session was shared on Instagram, garnering attention from fans and the media alike.
Following the training session, Alexander Volkanovski took to social media to express his thoughts. He posted a picture of the four men together and writing, “Good session in the books.”
In response, Logan Paul playfully remarked: “‘good session’? Yeah right, they murdered me!” He also shared his own pictures and footage, captioning a picture of himself with Adesanya as “they tired me out.”
Notably, Logan Paul has established himself as one of the UFC’s prominent sponsors through his energy drink brand, Prime. Co-owned by fellow YouTube boxer KSI, Prime has achieved significant success and visibility within the combat sports community.