Undisputed World Lightweight Champion and Olympic Gold medallist Katie Taylor has recently spoken out about the upcoming Logan Paul vs KSI fight.
She told talkSPORT that the fight makes a mockery out of the sport and that it is all about business.
“It makes a mockery of the sport. These YouTubers are headlining a big show. It’s all about business.
“I love the purity of the sport. This is our lives, it’s what we’ve trained towards.
“We’ve had all these amateur competitions, we’ve put our bodies on the line and go for years and years now.
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“I just want to see good fights really.”
The fight between the two YouTubers will be on November 9.
This is the second time that they will face each other, however, this time it will be as professional fighters. The fight will take place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
The first fight took place in Manchester. It ended in a majority draw, with one judge scoring it 57-58 in favour of KSI and the other two scoring it a 57-57, 57-57 draw.
Logan Paul started strong and came out on top in the first two rounds, although the American began to tire and KSI landed heavier blows in the third round to bring himself back into the contest.
Ben Phillips, a social media star with 4.4 million YouTube subscribers, is a friend of Paul, and according to him, the American is already planning a third mega boxing fight, which leads boxers like Taylor to believe that this is all about the business.
Phillips said: “YouTubers always want to do the next thing or break through things.
“For Logan I think the next step is going professional, [fighting] other mainstream boxers, or even jumping into the Octagon.
"I'm sure he would love to jump into the Octagon and give Conor McGregor a slap.
"But it's more seeing where this journey takes him. He might decide to do something new, it's always about what's next and what's new.”News Now - Sport News