Jake Paul And KSI Trade Shots As Fans Pray For Grudge Match

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Jake Paul is coming off a loss to Tommy Fury and is trying to figure out what to do next. The most common rumor is that he will fight Fury again in July. But, there are other fans who would prefer to see him battle someone new.

Overall, there are a lot of people he may face. This includes people like KSI, a YouTuber who has dabbled with boxing. In truth, these two have been tormenting one other for quite some time, but nothing has ever come of it.

Recently, the two ended up engaged in a brief spat. This was all due to KSI’s string of tweets against combat sports reporter Wade Plem. In the now-deleted tweets, KSI went off on the reporter, claiming that he plays both sides and that he doesn’t know anything about boxing. Consequently, KSI got the attention of Jake Paul, who took to Twitter with some words for KSI. “Such insecure clowns. Wade is quality. Plays it down the middle,” Paul said. “Says things about me I don’t like, but that just means he’s keeping his opinions real. Now back to my vacation.” Immediately after this tweet, KSI and Jake trade a few “this you’s.”

Jake Paul Vs. KSI

In the first tweet from KSI, you can see him post a screenshot of Paul saying that anyone who plays both sides is a bad person. Overall, it was a pretty good gotcha. However, Paul came right back with a reminder of the things KSI said about Plem. “This you?….talking about a REPORTER that worked DAZN shows? You are regressing maturity wise,” Paul wrote. “You remind me of me when I was 19, but you about to be 30. Apologize to Wade and fire the unprofessional manager.”

At this point, it is very obvious the distaste these two have for one another. That said, it should be noted that a lot of boxing rivalries are manufactured for the Pay-Per-View sales. We cannot forget that KSI is in business with Logan Paul through Prime, which is a sports drink company.


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