Logan Paul last shared a boxing ring with one of the greatest boxers of all time, Floyd Mayweather Jr., in June. Before the end of the year, he may look to share a boxing ring with one of the greatest mixed martial artists of all time, Anderson Silva. Paul’s manager, Jeff Levin, teased a potential bout while speaking with ESPN.
“I’ll be putting on prizefights,” Paul said after his exhibition against Mayweather Jr. in June.
“I’m sure there’s a list of opponents on Twitter, people chirping, saying this, saying that. I’ll pick one, make ’em get f*ckin’ embarrassed.”
At this time, Levin hasn’t provided many concrete details regarding a potential bout. There is no word as to where the fight will take place or the type of bout it will be.
“We just haven’t got there yet,” Levin added.
Silva has not commented on the potential bout, but he has appeared to be willing to box anyone at any time. After defeating Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., Silva indicated that he’s interested in making a second career in the sport after winning multiple titles in the UFC.
“I love fighting and boxing is my dream for many, many years,” Silva said.
“I need to prove my respect for boxing.”