Logan Paul challenged Conor McGregor to an MMA fight after his boxing rematch with KSI: 'He's f------ punching old men in the face'
- Logan Paul has reiterated his desire to take on Conor McGregor in the octagon.
- "I swear to God, yeah, I'll fight Conor. He's f------ punching old men in the face," he said in a video shared by Fight Hub TV.
- Paul fights fellow YouTuber KSI in a boxing rematch on November 9 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
- The last time the two fought, Paul also expressed his interest in fighting McGregor.
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Logan Paul has challenged Conor McGregor to a fight - and it's not the first time.
Just over a year ago, Logan and his brother Jake were gearing up to fight fellow YouTubers KSI and his brother Deji.
Speaking to TMZ at Los Angeles International Airport, Jake said: "I think it'd be dope to see one of us fight McGregor," to which Logan responded, "That's what I was thinking!"
"We've got to prove ourselves first," Logan said.
Earlier this month, a rematch without headgear was confirmed for November 9 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, and Logan has once again expressed his interest in entering the octagon and fighting McGregor.
Ahead of a press conference with KSI, Logan was asked by Fight Hub TV who McGregor should fight next.
"Me," he replied.
"I swear to God, yeah, I'll fight Conor. He's f------ punching old men in the face."
Of the incident, Logan said: "He did take it [the punch] though! He took the punch and then just drank his whiskey. Those Irishmen dude, those Irishmen ... wild."
Logan added that he is "obsessed" with MMA: "No offence to Eddie [Hearn], I'm an MMA fan. I want to do MMA after this. I wrestled in high school."
While the YouTuber might fancy his chances against the Irishman, it doesn't look like he'll be challenging the man that beat him last - Khabib Nurmagomedov - any time soon.
"I don't think Khabib's a human being," Logan said. "I don't know where he came from, but in my eyes he's unbeatable.
"Like, no offense to Dustin [Poirier], but I didn't think Dustin would win and look what happened, it was pure domination."