KSI says he wants to ‘break Jake Paul’s face’ after fighting brother Logan in rematch – The Sun

KSI is already plotting his next professional boxing match – against Jake Paul, his opponent’s brother.

The Brit YouTuber, who drew against internet rival Logan, 24, in an exhibition bout last year, has turned professional for the rematch on November 9.

Logan welcomes KSI – real name Olajide William Olatunji – to Los Angeles for the cruiserweight clash at the Staples Center.

But KSI, 26, told TMZ Sports the beef will not be over after their lucrative rematch, revealing he wants to settle the score with younger brother Jake.

He said: “I would love to break Jake’s face as well as Logan’s.

“I personally don’t think, as soon as I knock out Logan, I don’t think he’s gonna want to fight me.

“I think he’s gonna see that and be afraid and just be like, ‘Yo, actually, I don’t know if this whole boxing thing is for me’.”

Jake, like KSI and Logan, is a registered pro boxer after completing the necessary tests in LA to obtain a license.

The 22-year-old ex-Nickelodeon star beat KSI’s younger brother Deji – real name Olatunji – on the exhibition undercard in Manchester last year.

Jake publicly pleaded with promoter Eddie Hearn to allow him to box on the same bill as his brother in November.

But Hearn insisted no other YouTubers will be fighting on the undercard.

Though new signing Billy Joe Saunders is defending his WBO super-middleweight world title, with an opponent announced at a press-conference this evening.

And American star Devin Haney is also set to fight at the Staples Center, having won the WBC interim lightweight title against Zaur Abdullaev in September.

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