An almost 30-year age hole won’t be sufficient for Logan Paul to hang with “Iron” Mike Tyson in the boxing ring, as indicated by previous Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Middleweight champion Michael Bisping. Something that every boxing news Philippines fan are looking forward the Tyson vs Paul match.
It is muddled if the challenge between 55-year-old Tyson (50-6, 1 NC) and 26-year-old Paul (0-1) will be challenged as a show or expert session. A fight pitting Tyson versus Paul is purportedly in progress for Feb. 2022. Notwithstanding, if knockouts are allowed, Bisping anticipates “The Baddest Man on the Planet” to smoke the online media powerhouse.
“Logan, you know, he’s tall, you know, he’s long. He’s kind of a big guy, he’s athletic,” Bisping said in a video for his official YouTube channel (h/t SportsKeeda). “He’s got a great physique. Jake Paul is by far the better boxer I would say. If I had to pick who was better then I’d say Jake Paul’s way better but Logan, you know, he has some skills. He can certainly punch and as I say, he’s big and he’s athletic and he’ll learn from the fight against Floyd.
“Maybe he’ll learn to manage his gas tank a little better. But there’s just no way I don’t see Mike Tyson going out there and absolutely flatlining him.”
Paul’s most recently boxed Floyd Mayweather Jr. (50-0) in an eight-round exhibition snoozefest. Tyson emerged from retirement in Nov. 2020 for an exhibition match with Roy Jones Jr. The general agreement is that Tyson appeared to be sharp and fit as a fiddle thinking about his 15-year cutback. He lost his main professional bout to an individual YouTuber, KSI.