Paul uploaded a video discussing the issue on February 16, where he hit back at KSI’s claims that he was too “pussy” to organize their rematch.
In fact, Paul claimed that KSI’s team appeared uninterested in pursuing the fight when prompted with the matter, and even speculated that KSI was getting out of shape due to a supposed lack of gumption.
“I’m wondering if he’s like, losing motivation, if he doesn’t want to do it,” Paul questioned. “Here’s what I will say: I am fighting someone this year, and we will have a venue in the United States.”
Paul went on to allege that he would replace KSI, should he decline, and held that he had even denied terms for a fight in February of 2019, as detailed by a previously leaked version of their initial contract.
Despite KSI’s claims to the contrary, Paul continued to argue that his rival had broken the terms of the contract, and hopes to write up a new version with potential consequences in place should either of them back out.
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Paul claimed that he is in the process of booking a venue, and explained the difficulties of securing a locale for unsanctioned boxing matches.
KSI and Logan Paul are set to throw down again in November of 2019 – although a concrete date has yet to be scheduled.