People know pretty well that Andrew Tate and well-known YouTubers Logan Paul and Jake Paul do not get along.
The Paul brothers have recently found it difficult to speak about anything except their dislike of contentious social media personality Andrew Tate. Logan Paul is busy posting videos on YouTube in which he imagines clashing with Tate while Jake Paul is still negotiating a match with the four-time kickboxing world champion.
The elder Paul described a vivid dream he had in which he beat Tate mercilessly in a mixed martial arts match during an interview on Jeff FM.
“I had this vision this morning. I had this vision. Real vivid in my head. It was me and Andrew Tate, we finally did an MMA fight. We finally signed up for it.
“I choked him out in 15 seconds. I’m not kidding. 15 seconds and I in this vision stood up and I looked at him and I was almost like, disappointed for him because I think that’s what would happen. I think I’d f**king destroy him quick and then look at him like, ‘That was the Top G? That was the guy?’”
Even more specifically, Logan Paul described how he beat Andrew Tate quickly in the situation that only existed in his imagination.
“You know what I did? I grabbed the fence. The bell rang and I grabbed the fence and I didn’t move. Then he tried to come in super hot. Then I just took his back and choked him out. It only took 15 seconds and then I even went through the social afterward and there’s like a picture of me pointing at it with a look of confusion on my face and the caption would be, ‘The Real Top G’. I play all these scenarios out in my head.”
Logan Paul will probably have to limit his battles with him to his dreams. Paul has been unable to get a win in boxing – and Tate is a serious striker with a history in the sport. In fact, Tate even has some MMA experience making any event between the two unlikely to get sanctioned.
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