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Logan Paul offers fans his shares in Prime after Tommy Fury beat his brother Jake

Logan Paul offers fans his shares in Prime after Tommy Fury beat his brother Jake

He bet his shares just hours before the fight

Logan Paul has offered out his shares in Prime after his brother Jake was beaten by Tommy Fury last night (Sunday 26 February).

Fury and Paul finally fought it out at the Diriyah Arena in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, after months of cancelled bouts, with Fury coming out on top after winning on points.

Ahead of the big event, various wagers and ultimatums were placed to up the pressure – including Fury being told by his older brother, WBC World Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury, that he’d have to change his surname if he lost.

Days before, Paul also made his opponent an all-or-nothing bet, telling him that he’d pay ‘double’ what he’s paying him already if Fury won.

"But if I win, I take everything that I'm paying you,” he explained at their press conference.

“Deal or no deal, seeing as you're so confident?"

Hours before the fight, Paul’s brother Logan then bet his stake in Prime - the hydration drink he co-created with KSI - that his sibling would win.

He was so confident in his brother that he offered out his shares in Prime.
Instagram/Logan Paul

“I’d bet my equity in Prime that Jake Paul beats Tommy Fury tonight,” the YouTuber tweeted.

Of course, the result didn’t exactly work in his favour.

After Fury was named the winner by split decision, he wrote defeatedly: “Alright who wants it.”

Logan Paul has offered out his shares in Prime.
Twitter

The pair finally went up against each other in a fight that had been put off for two and a half years by Fury, following a series of medical issues and visa problems that prevented the British boxer from going head-to-head with the American online personality-come-boxer.

But thankfully, Fury managed to scrape in a win against his rival after eight rounds, claiming the prize money and bagging himself a WBC title.

In his post-victory speech, Fury took pride in winning his first main event at just 23.

Tommy Fury.
PA Images/Alamy Stock Photo

He said: "All the way through in these two and a half years, I had a dream, I had a vision that I would win this fight and no one would believe me.

"Now I can stand up and everyone can take note: in my first main event, 23 years old, I had the world on my shoulders and I came through."

Fury also dedicated his win to newborn daughter Bambi, his first child with Molly-Mae Hague.

He continued: "I want to dedicate this fight to my new baby girl Bambi at home and my missus.

"I love you and I can't wait to see you."

The star added: "This fight is for you, Bambi, I love you."

Featured Image Credit: loganpaul/Instagram/Shutterstock

Topics: Logan Paul, Jake Paul, Tommy Fury, Boxing