Logan Paul Originals NFT lets buyer join him in next fight
Logan hasn’t boxed since that draw with Mayweather.
Logan Paul is selling another of his Originals NFT project, and if you fork up the cash, you can get involved in his next fight. Though, you won’t exactly be his next opponent.
Just like his brother Jake, Logan Paul has been helping raise the bar when it comes to influencers being involved with boxing. He was a part of the first professional fight – where he lost to KSI – and he’s even gone the distance with Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather.
His interest in NFTs and collectibles have also played a big role in his fights as well, as he brought a 1998 holographic Charizard card to the ring for his fight with Floyd, and did so again at Wrestlemania.
Logan has been out of the ring since that big-time exhibition with Floyd, and he’s been preparing to get back inside the squared circle, he’s been selling NFTs as a part of his ‘Originals’ collection – and now, his two interests are intersecting again.
On June 10, Logan announced that the 16th part of his 99 Originals NFTs – an image of his broken hand from inside the hospital – would be going up for sale.
As well as getting their hands on the NFT, the eventual buyer will also get to walk with Logan to the ring during his next fight, and they’ll also be able to pick the colors for his trunks and fight robe.
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So, while it’s not like they’ll be paying to be Logan’s opponent, the winner of the auction will play a pretty role in his next fight – whenever that may be.
The owner of this NFT will walk me out to my next fight & choose the color of my outfit 😮💨 https://t.co/M54jECfNut
— Logan Paul (@LoganPaul) June 10, 2022
Up to now, there have been claims that Logan will fight in August – on his own card, separate to his brother Jake – against a yet-to-be-announced opponent.
The social media star hasn’t confirmed these rumors just yet, but with plenty of talk swirling around it, as well as the incentives with the NFT, his return to the ring can’t be far off.