- Joe Rogan talked about Jake and Logan Paul’s accomplishments in combat sports
- The UFC commentator broke down the difference between the Jake and Logan
Some of us may not like it, but the Paul brothers have indeed achieved something in their respective careers. The younger Jake Paul has knocked out a former UFC champion in a pro boxing match, while the older Logan Paul has generated quite a buzz in his recent WWE debut.
For longtime UFC commentator Joe Rogan, it’s only right that combat sports fans give them props.
Joe is impressed
On ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’, the 54-year-old lauded Jake and Logan for their success. According to Rogan, he was impressed as both of them have what it takes to become a star athlete and they are proven it through their recent work output.
“[Logan] He’s done a lot of s**t man, I mean you gotta give the guys props,” Rogan said of the Paul brothers. “[Logan’s] He’s not lazy. He fought Floyd Mayweather in a boxing match. I don’t care if he’s 50 pounds heavier. It’s still Floyd f***in Mayweather.
“That’s pretty impressive,” Rogan said as he watched clips from Logan’s Wrestlemania 38 match. “Damn! He’s a f***ing athlete! Look at that flexibility. I had no idea he was that flexible, That’s crazy!. Him and his brother are f***ing animals. I mean what they have been able to do is incredible. His brother knocked out Tyron Woodley with one punch.”
Logan is an athlete, Jake is a boxer
Despite acknowledging that both Jake and Logan are doing great in their careers, Rogan reckoned that between the two, it is “The Problem Child” who can fight, having gifted with “legit power” in his hands.
“[Jake] He was a wrestler,” Rogan assessed. “He would just have a lot of power. But the fact that he knocked out one of the greatest welterweight champions of all time with one punch is f***ing bonkers.”
“[Jake’s] got the power, out of the two of them. Logan is a really good athlete but he’s not as good of a boxer. But Jake Paul, on top of being a better boxer, he’s got like legit power.”
As things stand, Jake has been urging the UFC to allow him to fight Conor McGregor in MMA. Logan, meanwhile, has previously said that he’s open to sticking around in the WWE for a little longer.