LOGAN PAUL and his brother Jake have been backed by Zab Judah as the boxing legend said: 'Both can fight'.
The Pauls have both embarked on professional boxing careers, after finding fame as YouTubers.
They have divided opinions since bursting onto the scene in polarising fashion, under the nose of Judah.
The two-division champion has been part of Logan's training to face Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition this year, and watched Jake in sparring before.
And Judah, 43, has vouched for the internet celebrities and warned they have real fight in them.
He told SiriusXM: "Jake and Logan, I'm gonna stand up for them. I'm gonna put it out there big, they can fight.
"They've both got two different styles, but they both can fight. They both are good at what they both do.
"Jake is a bring-it-to-you, in your face fighter, my son going to knock your ass out.
"Logan, I ain't going to front y'all, I ain't gonna front, I'm gonna say it right here; he's looking like a young Muhammad Ali."
The siblings both started their boxing journeys together in Manchester in 2018.
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Logan boxed to a draw with KSI – while the Brit's brother 'Deji' was beaten by Jake.
KSI, 27, and Logan, 26, would turn pro a year later for the rematch.
And Logan lost by split-decision, after a two point deduction cost him the result.
Jake, 24, on the other hand, turned pro in 2020, stopping online rival and friend of KSI's 'AnEsonGib' in the opening round.
He improved to two knockouts in as many fights last November, leaving ex-NBA star Nate Robinson, 36, out cold and turned into a viral meme.
Jake now faces retired ex-UFC welterweight Ben Askren, 36, in his biggest step up, on April 17 in Atlanta.
Meanwhile Logan is set to fight boxing legend Mayweather, 44, in a pay-per-view spectacle.
It was set for February 20, but has since been postponed to allow fans to attend, with a new date yet to be announced.
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