Sam Alvey Calls Out Jake And Logan Paul Following Heavyweight Debut Win: ‘I’m Coming For You’

"Smile'n" put on a great performance and an even greater Jake and Logan Paul callout.

Sam Calling Out Jake Paul
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  • Sam Alvey delivered an epic callout for Jake and Logan Paul after winning a heavyweight match
  • The ex-UFC fighter claims to have almost broken Logan’s jaw in a sparring match

Former UFC fighter Sam Alvey secured a huge win in his heavyweight debut at B2 Fighting Series 183. After the fight, “Simle’n” wildly called out the Paul brothers, Jake and Logan.

Sam knows what he wants next

Speaking in his post-fight speech inside the cage, Alvey, who earned a third-round TKO victory over his opponent, Cameron Graham, delivered quite a pitch for a showdown with Jake and Logan Paul.

“Francis, you’re off the hook. Jake Paul, your a** is back on the hook, my man,” Alvey said. “I would welcome you in the PFL… And when I’m done with you, I’m coming back for your brother, Logan Paul. I will pin you, one, two, three in ladders, tables and chairs match. It has been offered, you accept Paul brothers. I’m coming for you.”

Alvey’s performance was quite impressive that an MMA reporter even suggested that he be inducted in the UFC Hall of Fame one day.

It wasn’t the first time

As it turns out, it wasn’t the first time Alvey called out “The Problem Child.” In the wake of his UFC release in August last year, “Smile’n” already flirted with the idea of taking on Jake.

“Hey @jakepaul I’m not under contract anymore,” Alvey wrote in an Instagram post.

Right around that time, Alvey revealed that he used to spar with the Paul brothers. Alvey claimed that he was just doing his thing as a sparring partner but he ended up almost breaking Logan’s jaw. He was supposedly set to spar Jake too but “Smile’n” said “The Problem Child” backed out.

After that, Alvey said he was never invited to the gym again.

“Logan, I actually almost broke his jaw in the sparring session,” Alvey said. “I was doing the best I could to carry him, to just be a training partner for him, throw something and he just kept getting hit. At one point he kinda fell back. I was supposed to spar his brother too. Jake wouldn’t do it afterward.”

Alvey boasts a pro MMA record of 33-18-1-1 but he mostly gained popularity for staying in the UFC despite going winless in nine fights in a row. In August last year, he was finally cut by the promotion following a first-round TKO loss to Michał Oleksiejczuk.

Published on May 28, 2023 at 12:19 pm
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