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Logan Paul explains why he might follow Joe Rogan to Texas

Published: 22/Oct/2020 11:51

by Jacob Hale


Logan Paul has suggested that he might be planning a move to Texas, following in similar footsteps to fellow podcast extraordinaire Joe Rogan.

In August, Joe Rogan officially moved to Texas, debuting his new Joe Rogan Experience podcast studio in early September and moving in to an incredible $14.4 million home in Austin.

Rogan seems particularly happy with his move out of Los Angeles, and it seems like he may have inspired other creators to do the same.

During an episode of his Impaulsive podcast, YouTube star Logan Paul suggested that a move out of LA and to the Lone Star state might be on the cards.

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Logan Paul’s LA house is very impressive — but Rogan’s new Texas mansion may have turned his head slightly.

While discussing the recent cancellation of Kanye West’s long-awaited appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience, as well as his impressive new house, the Texas conversation came up.

“Texas is nice,” Logan said, before adding that “we might be going there” — though who exactly he meant by “we” isn’t completely clear. He could mean the podcast, or his entire Maverick Media operations, or just himself and girlfriend Josie Canseco.

The reason he’s considering the move seems to be very similar to Rogan, too. “I mean, I don’t know… “ he said, clearly not completely decided. He mentions “lower taxes” before also suggesting that Los Angeles is “a weird bubble of fantasy and non-reality.”

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Of course, one of the many nicknames for Los Angeles is “La La Land” thanks to the idea of the ‘Hollywood lifestyle’ and connotations around it, so Logan isn’t the first and definitely won’t be the last person to believe the city is “a weird bubble of fantasy.”

That, plus significantly lower taxes between California and Texas, will surely be enough for any resident to consider making the move, especially if you can afford to move into a place similar to Joe Rogan’s

The idea still seems like little more than a miniscule seed in Logan’s mind right now, but it will be interesting to see if he actually makes the move.


Jake Paul appears to hint at potential fight with brother Logan Paul

Published: 17/Nov/2020 23:46

by Virginia Glaze


It’s no secret that Jake Paul has beef with quite a number of top-tier influencers, but it seems that his sights are now settling on his own brother, Logan, as told in an interview regarding his current boxing career.

Both Paul brothers have taken their athleticism to the next level, with the YouTubers throwing down in professional boxing matches against fellow influencers in the past three years.

However, Jake has since scored a match with former NBA pro Nate Robinson, and the trash-talk is as heated as you might expect; but a name has risen up in the banter that no one saw coming.

During an interview with YouTuber ‘The Schmo’ on November 16, Jake admitted that he’d take on his own brother, and appeared quite confident in his chances.


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“I think we’ll fight,” Jake admitted. “I mean, at this point, he’s talking s**t to the paparazzi! But how is this guy so confident when he hasn’t won a single f**king fight? I don’t get it!”

“Logan would get knocked out, though,” he added, after reminding viewers about the various invitations to brawl he’s received over the past year. “He can’t really box.”

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It’s worth noting that Jake isn’t the only one talking trash, at the present moment; Logan likewise called him out for using his body as a model for his fight poster, which was taken from a popular Instagram photo of his.


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Jake’s claims about Logan talking smack to the paps isn’t untrue, either; just a couple days prior, Logan bragged that he could defeat Floyd Mayweather in both a street fight and the UFC octagon, after it was rumored the two would face off in the boxing ring earlier this year.


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While this isn’t the first time the brothers have feuded, it certainly raises the unique possibility of fans seeing a legitimate boxing match between two of YouTube’s most divisive figures.

Sure, Logan may never have won a fight, but it’s worth noting that Jake won against two opponents who appeared wholly underprepared.

If the fight between them ends up happening, the winner is anyone’s guess — but we’re putting our money on the viewership.