Logan Paul is feeling pretty confident when it comes to getting in the ring and he’s now setting his sights on a fight with Chris Hemsworth.
The YouTube star, 25, is set to take on legendary boxer Floyd Mayweather, 43, in February in an exhibition match held in Las Vegas.
Mayweather has been retired since 2017, but Logan has managed to lure him back into the ring, with a date set for their showdown next month.
With his eye on the prize, Logan is already thinking about securing his next match and made it clear he’d be keen to take on Thor star Chris, 37, following his tussle with Mayweather.
A video of a ripped Chris throwing some punches during a training session has been doing the rounds on Twitter – hailing him a ‘new boxing hope’ for Australia.
Fancying himself against the Marvel star, Logan shared the clip of the actor and tweeted: ‘I’ll fight him after Mayweather.’
Fans were torn over the idea, with some of Logan’s followers so sure that he’d come out as champ after sparring with Chris, while others were convinced the Extraction star wouldn’t even consider fighting Logan.
Others joked that Dwayne Johnson (aka The Rock) should be next on Logan’s hit list, but before we all get too carried away, Logan has the slight matter of going head-to-head with Mayweather first.
Last year, Logan told TMZ that he fancies his chances against Mayweather.
‘If I caught Floyd with one punch – one punch – I would snap this f**ker in half,’ he told the publication.
Mayweather – who famously beat Conor McGregor after the UFC star challenged him in the ring – wasn’t fazed, as he teased Logan and his ‘kid games’.
The fighter tweeted: ‘These YouTube girls better find some Barbie dolls to play with cause I’m not the one for the kid games.
‘3 years ago a fighter from the UFC said my name and I had to put a muzzle on that bitch.
‘@loganpaul can get the same treatment before I go conquer Japan again.’
Mayweather is set to take on Logan on February 20. The YouTuber turned pro following his previous fights with KSI.
The pair’s first fight was ruled a draw, while KSI was crowned the winner during his second go in the ring with Logan last year.
Credit: Original article published here.