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Jake Paul calls out own brother Logan and KSI for fight after YouTube rivals turn friends to hail their impact on boxing

YOUTUBE sensation Jake Paul has accused his brother Logan of ducking him after seeing him pose for a snap with former rival KSI.

Logan recently had KSI – whom he boxed in August 2018 and November 2019 – appear on his IMPAULSIVE podcast.

KSI and Logan Paul appear to have settled their beef
But Jake Paul has accused the pair of ducking him

The Maverick shared a photo of himself and KSI – real name Olajide Olatunji – to Instagram, writing: “Look how far we’ve come @KSI.”

Jake was quick to share the post to his own Instagram story, although it included a dig at the pair.

Jake wrote below the post: “A picture of 2 guys who don’t want to fight me.”

It didn’t take long for Logan to get wind of his little brother’s jibe, which he responded to in blistering fashion.

The 26-year-old shared a snap of a conversation with his sibling that read: “OMG (oh my god).

“Ur my brother ofc (of course) I don’t want to fight you. But I will if I have to pu$zy.”

The trend of YouTubers entering the boxing ring has divided opinion in the sport, with many believing they’ve made a mockery of the sweet science.

But KSI reckons himself and the Paul brothers have brought new eyes to the sport.

He told Logan: “Boxing purists are gonna be like, ‘It’s bad for boxing, blah, blah, blah.’

“It really isn’t man. It’s done so much.

“The amount of young people who are now into boxing is f***ing through the roof. What we’ve done is incredible.”

KSI hasn’t fought since his split decision victory over Logan in November 2019.

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Logan, meanwhile, was last in action last month in an exhibition against boxing hall-of-famer Floyd Mayweather.

The elder Paul brother went the distance with the 44-year-old, who tried his best to stop the fight.

Jake is set to return to the ring next month, locking horns with former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley in Cleveland.

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