Jake Paul says KSI grudge fight will happen when his YouTube rival is ready to get 'embarrassed' and left 'unconscious' | The Sun

JAKE PAUL said he will fight KSI whenever his YouTube rival is ready to get "embarrassed" and left "unconscious".

The online feud is set to finally be settled this year with talks of a blockbuster in December.

And the two publicly agreed to fight at a catchweight of 180lb in a winner-take-all bout with only the victor receiving pay.

Paul told the Daily Mail: "It was good that we agreed on a weight, and we agreed on winner takes all. That’s pretty exciting. 

"I thought the weight was going to be more of an issue, but it actually looks like it’s starting to progress.

"But who knows if he’ll actually follow through in the year. I’m ready whenever.


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"KSI has said December, so whenever he wants to get embarrassed, whenever he wants to be unconscious, I’m ready whenever. I’ve always been ready."

The bad blood dates back to KSI's pair of fights with Paul's brother Logan, 27, drawing the first and winning the rematch.

But he would take three years out to focus on his music career, since winning three comeback fights.

Meanwhile Paul, 26, is now 6-0 and most recently beat UFC legend Anderson Silva, 47, in October.

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He is set to face the first professional boxer in Tommy Fury, 23, next on February 26 in Saudi Arabia.

Fury has twice pulled out before due to a rib injury and US visa issue although the rivals hope it will be third time lucky.

For KSI, 29, he is set to return in the summer maid rumoured talks with 9-0 boxer and millionaire businessman Joe Fournier, 40.

It all leads to a legacy-defining fight with his bitter enemy to close out 2023.

And Paul said: "Like I’ve said before, anyone, any time, any place. I’ve said that and proven it.

"It’s going to be a good one. It’s going to be one for the history books."

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