Logan Paul Has Retired From Boxing – What’s Next?

Logan Paul has revealed that he will no longer be boxing following his win over Dillon Danis.

Paul’s boxing career has been brief, with the only other bout being against Floyd Mayweather Jr. in an exhibition where he managed to last the distance. And yet, the fight with Danis did raise many talking points that will live long in the memory. The MMA fighter, who was making his boxing debut, was disqualified after trying to execute a takedown and a guillotine choke. Thereafter, the referee stopped the fight as Paul walked out victorious. With that being said, Paul felt it was the right time to walk away.

“I think I’m retired from boxing. I’ve done enough going fully undefeated at 25-0. I’m going to be a wrestler now. No more money in boxing, every company is going broke. Full-time wrestler. Beat Rey Mysterio. Fair and square for the US Championship. It feels great. It was a dominant performance. Some frog splashes, some punches, it feels good,” Paul said

Those comments would indicate that a rematch with Danis is not on the table, which leaves Logan’s brother, Jake Paul, the sole Paul brother in the sport of boxing. But given Logan’s following comments, the fighter has outlined his next steps moving forward.

“I have to defend this belt. There are going to be people coming after me. Seth Rollins, LA Knight, Cody Rhodes. Whoever wants it, they can come get it. Mr. Bad Bunny. Whoever wants it can come get it. I have stuff to do in WWE,” Paul


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