Logan Paul and KSI officially announce their return

Logan Paul and KSI are set to fight on the 14th of October, separately against different opponents.

by Aryan Lakhani
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Logan Paul and KSI officially announce their return

The next Misfits boxing event promises to be breathtaking as the two former rivals, KSI and Logan Paul, will be featured in the next Misfits prime card; they will be fighting against different opponents, and both their matches are labelled as the main event.

It is scheduled to take place on the 14th of October at the AO Arena, Manchester. Interestingly, their opponents haven’t been announced yet, but if the rumours are true, KSI could be fighting against Tommy Fury, and Logan Paul could be fighting against Dillon Danis.

Logan Paul is yet to secure a win in his professional boxing career; he has a record of 0-1.

Logan Paul returns after 2 years

Recently in an interview with ESPN, Logan Paul expressed his excitement for his upcoming boxing match in October and revealed that he is ready to put on a show.

"I'm ******* pumped, man,” Paul said, as quoted by talksport.com. “It's been so long since I had a boxing fight, and I feel like I've kind of been left out of the conversation. "But I don't train wrestling. I train boxing.

I practice for my matches a couple times, but it's not like I'm doing WWE training. "I've been behind the scenes just boxing for the past two years, so I'm so excited to finally get back in the ring and show people how good I really am at the sport." Logan Paul has been inactive for about 2 years, and it will be interesting to see if he continues to fight professionally and build a boxing career.

On the flip side, KSI currently has a professional record of 5-0 it could have been 6 wins, but due to an accidental elbow shot against Joe Fournier, his knockout victory decision was reversed to a no-contest draw. If KSI is actually fighting fighting Tommy Fury next, it would definitely break the internet, and people will stop critiquing KSI as it will turn out to be the toughest challenge of his career so far.

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