YouTube Boxer Logan Paul has again called for a fight with UFC star Paddy ‘The Baddy’ Pimblett. Logan appeared on The True Geordie Podcast over the weekend and had some strong words for the Scouser.
Since his quick rise to stardom, Paddy Pimblett has found himself on the end of dozens of fight callouts, whether it be from celebrities, boxers or fellow MMA fighters. The name value of ‘The Baddy’ is at an all-time high, so it’s hard to see why people wouldn’t want a fight with him.
Internet personality and podcast host True Geordie sat down with Logan on his podcast and discussed a number of topics. Once it got to MMA, Logan made it clear who his eyes were set on for a scrap.
‘I’m taking out Paddy The Baddy, dude’
Geordie explained to Logan that Paddy had been on the podcast before him
‘Paddy has sat here before? fuck this chair’
Logan then went on to question whether Paddy was really the ‘savage’ people have made him out to be
‘Is he? Are you sure? What makes you think that? Fought a couple of guys? Bro, I have a lot of wins’
Logan Paul Wants Paddy Pimblett
How Likely Is a Fight Between the Two?
It’s clear to see Logan isn’t too impressed by Pimbletts 18-3-0 MMA record. But how likely is he to put the gloves on and test that?
On his own podcast, Logan welcomed UFC president Dana White, who said a stint for Logan in the UFC wasn’t off the cards.
Paul has a background in high school wrestling and has famously entered the boxing ring to face opponents such as KSI and Floyd Mayweather in the past. Entering the UFC with no MMA experience is a rarity, with only people such as CM Punk getting that treatment.
Paddy has previously responded to callouts from Paul, stating ‘He’s a lot bigger than me’ however, ‘I think I’d submit him quite easily’
While the chances are never zero, a fight in the UFC between these two is quite unlikely. Although, if Paddy wanted to do something similar to Conor McGregor and put the boxing gloves on, there could be more chance of this one happening in the ring.
Can you see this fight happening in the future?