Jake Paul reacts awkwardly after Logan shuts down his claims and says Tommy ‘beat you’
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So far, Jake Paul has been taking his loss to Tommy Fury relatively well.
But the Problem Child got a little bit awkward when his older brother Logan Paul shut down his claims that the fight could have ended in a draw.
It was a close call last month when Jake and Tommy finally settled their two-and-a-half-year long feud in Saudi Arabia, with judges eventually ruling that Tommy would take home the belt.
In the end, it came down to a split decision, with one judge scoring it 75-74 to Jake, and the other two scoring it 76-73 to Tommy.
Right after the grudge fight, Jake congratulated Tommy, but added: "I don't know if I agree with the judges, it is what it is, but that is the boxing world."
Now, just over a week later, Jake still thinks it should have at least been a draw between he and Fury, but his brother Logan has been quick to shut him down.
"I think it was a draw, honestly," Jake told Logan on the Impaulsive podcast.
"I think you would have been lucky to get a draw. I think he beat you," Logan replied matter-of-factly.
Probably a little taken aback by his brother's harsh words, Jake stuttered as he tried to get his point across.
"Regardless, yeah, I haven't watched but I'm - that's what I'm saying," he started.
"I'm not sitting here and saying that I should have won or whatever. I'm saying, like, it probably could have been a draw."
Finding his feet, he went on: "But all I'm saying is that Tommy should want to come back and, like, actually beat me properly."
Ever since Tommy Fury was declared the winner, Jake has been hounding his opponent for a rematch.
Pleading his case on the podcast, Jake explained: "Kind of like when I beat Tyron Woodley [the first time] it was controversial. It was kind of like, 'Damn that could have gone either way.'
"And I wanted to come back and prove myself. The saying of the next fight was 'leave no doubt'. And so I think that's the beauty of what Tommy should do here, is 'leave no doubt'."
Asked whether he thinks Tommy would bother fighting him again, Jake said the former Love Island star would be 'stupid' not to.
"It's money," he said. "The kid made a decent amount of money for this fight. For the rematch he would make life-changing, generational wealth, So he'd be stupid not to do it, honestly."