Logan Paul Open To Facing Tommy Fury if Jake Paul's Rematch Falls Through

Photo: Instagram/Logan Paul 

Following the highly anticipated fight between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury, which saw Fury win by split decision, Logan Paul has expressed his willingness to face Fury if his brother does not get a rematch.

The match between Jake and Tommy was long-awaited, and fans were excited to finally see it come to fruition.

Fury dominated the fight, although a knockdown by Jake in Round 8 evened the scorecards slightly.

Photo: Instagram/Logan Paul 

Despite this, Fury was declared the victory to the delight of fans and participants alike.

During an appearance on Jake's podcast, Logan discussed the possibility of Jake getting a rematch with Fury.

However, he made it clear that he is prepared to take on Fury himself if the rematch does not happen.

Logan's mother also weighed in on the conversation, revealing that Logan's first words after Jake's loss were a threat against Tommy Fury.

While it remains to be seen whether Logan and Fury will face off, fans are eagerly anticipating the next move in this ongoing saga.

The event took place at the Diriyah Arena in Saudi Arabia, and it was an unforgettable experience for everyone involved.

Although Jake suffered his first professional loss, the event demonstrated the potential for future matches between these competitors.

It remains to be seen whether a rematch will happen between Jake and Fury or if Logan will step in to take his place.

In any case, fans are looking forward to seeing what happens next in this exciting and dynamic rivalry.

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