Jake Paul says bitter feud with KSI is 'over' but admits he wants to 'pummel' rival Youtuber's 'face 'into the canvas'

Jake Paul says bitter feud with KSI is 'over' but admits he wants to 'pummel' rival Youtuber's 'face 'into the canvas'

JAKE PAUL insists his feud with KSI is over, but that doesn't mean he's against the idea of pummeling his fellow YouTuber.

The pair, 24 and 28 respectively, almost came to blows in January 2020 following Paul's first-round demolition of AnEson Gib.


A fired-up Paul immediately told KSI 'let's make it happen' but a fight between the social media sensations has so far yet to materialise.

Paul doesn't foresee himself sharing the ring with KSI, real name Olijade Olatunji, telling The Daily Mirror: "I think it's over. I don't see it happening.

"However, I will take that fight and do it wherever or whenever and I would love nothing more than to pummel his face into the canvas.

"I think he knows the level that I've got to and he won't ever be able to even come close to beating me.

"So he'd basically be signing up to lose."

KSI, of course, twice shared the ring with Paul's older brother Logan, fighting The Maverick to a draw in their first encounter and winning a hotly-contested split decision in the second.

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Paul recently called out both KSI and his brother after seeing the pair being pally in an Instagram photo.

He wrote: "A picture of 2 guys who don't want to fight me."

Paul is currently gearing up for a showdown with former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley, whom he'll face a week on Monday in his home state of Ohio.

The Problem Child has gone 3-0 as a pro thanks to first-round stoppages of Gib, Nate Robinson and former UFC star Ben Askren.

I don't see it happening

And he's predicting another early night at the office when he shares the ring with The Chosen One.

When asked to predict the outcome of his fourth professional bout, Paul told Sky Sports: "Before this camp, I said three [rounds] and now I'm thinking max two.

But to be honest, something in my heart tells me it's going to be another one round fight As crazy as that sounds, I think it's going to be a very very short night for Tyron.

"Let's hope Tyron is very very prepared and is a lot better than I expected.

"Because then the fight will go into the later rounds where I am actually a better fighter.

"In sparring, the first couple rounds I'm usually getting warmed up and I come alive in the back half of a fight.

"I haven't even got to warm up in a fight yet and I haven't been hit in a fight yet."

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