Logan Paul has compared his brother Jake to Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson when he knocked out Tyron Woodley.
Jake Paul, 24, defeated the former UFC world champion for the second time on 18 December, leaving Woodley on the canvas.
The YouTuber now has a professional boxing record of 5-0 and has amassed a huge amount of money from his bouts.
This prompted older brother Logan, who fought Floyd Mayweather earlier this year, to praise his sibling.
Logan said on his Impulsive podcast: “You know what they’re saying?
“They’ve been saying this: Our great grandparents had Muhammad Ali, our parents had Mike Tyson and we had Jake Paul.”
Jake Paul has said the same in the past, following in the footsteps of Ali and Mayweather, declaring himself the No. 1 fighter of the younger generation.
And he has an interesting resemblance to Ali – the pair share the same birthday, January 17th.
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In response to Logan growing up, Jake said: “When I sat down with Mike Tyson on his podcast, bro, he’s so smart and intelligent and he sat next to me for 20 minutes, he was just preaching wisdom. Had been.
“And he goes, ‘Brother, you’re the goat, don’t mess with people on January 17th.’ When I told him my birthday, he was like, ‘Oh my god.'”
Despite Tyson’s accolades, Jake Paul has a long way to go in cementing his boxing legacy.
Paul could be the next Tommy Fury after Britain pulled out of their scheduled fight due to illness and injury earlier this month.
Fury promoter Frank Warren is aiming to date for a bout in early 2022, but Paul has refused to commit to a fight after his latest win.