Logan Paul explains why he’s ‘banned girls’ ahead of KSI rematch

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Popular YouTuber Logan Paul has revealed his extensive training regime for his boxing bout with KSI – even going as far as to ‘ban’ girls.

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The YouTube star is set to take on KSI in a rematch on November 9, after their first boxing match which on August 25 ended in a draw in the Manchester Arena.

For the rematch, the content creators have decided to hold the event stateside, in the famous Staples Center, Los Angeles.

KSI vs Logan Paul, YouTubeThe popular YouTubers are set to run it back for a rematch in the Staples Center.
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Ahead of the big event, which is set to feature all professional boxers on the undercard – including rising star Billy Joe Saunders – Logan’s best friend Mike Majlak revealed his extensive regime to Metro and his reasoning for a ‘ban on girls’ ahead of the fight.

Mike, who regularly co-hosts Logan’s popular “Impaulsive” podcast, explained that Logan was on a much stricter schedule after bringing in former world champ Shannon Briggs for the rematch, revealing, “Things are completely different this time around – the camp…it’s like a death camp right now”

He then explained that Logan had also banned girls from his house in the weeks ahead of the boxing event, deeming them a distraction from his extremely strict routine.

Impaulsive youtubeLogan Paul also hosts a popular podcast, Impaulsive, alongside co-hosts Mike and Spencer.
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“There are no distractions, there are no girls at the house,” Mike revealed, before going to praise Logan’s discipline, “which is obviously a problem for me and Logan, but it’s really a great thing. He’s in bed by ten, no questions asked.”

The two fighters recently faced off on September 13 in their first press conference since the fight was announced and, as expected, Logan and KSI hurled insults at one another predicting KO’s on both sides.

Press Conference starts at 3:05.

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The much-anticipated rematch will be available for fans of the popular YouTubers to experience on November 9 in the Staples Center, or through online PPV.

There has been some criticism that the fight will only feature professional boxers, rather than other YouTubers, on the undercard, but promoter Eddie Hearn has hit back at these criticisms.