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Logan Paul upset that Dana White hates him now because of brother Jake

Logan Paul really wishes UFC president Dana White wouldn’t lump him together with his brother when it comes to fight talk.

In recent weeks, Jake Paul has amplified his trash talk aimed at White, former UFC dual champion Conor McGregor, and a host of other MMA standouts – both active and retired – hoping to land a fight with someone. That doesn’t exactly sit well with Logan because, according to him, he’s had a fine relationship with White in the past.

Thanks to Jake’s antics, though, that no longer appears to be the case.

“He pissed off Dana White. (He’s been going) so hard on Dana White, and now Dana has grouped us together – which sucks,” Logan said on his “Impaulsive” podcast. “I love Dana White. I love the UFC. And now Dana’s mad at me because he thinks we’re the same person.”

White has clowned both brothers for believing they’re actual fighters and said he has no desire in doing business with either of the YouTube stars who have transitioned to boxing.

“Neither one of those guys can fight. It’s all a big gimmick,” White said. “Like I said in a (recent) press conference, there’s a market for that. If people are dumb enough to spend their money watching that (expletive), I don’t know what to tell you. Good luck to them.”

Logan, who admits he’d been hoping to fight in the UFC down the line, is disappointed by the ramifications caused by his brother.

“We’re so different. We’re so different,” Logan said. “I love the UFC fights. I want to do a UFC fight one day. I’m not saying now; let me get my skills up. … Dana, take me back. I’m not Jake. Please.”

Logan, 0-1 as a professional boxer after losing to fellow YouTube personality KSI in 2019, is set to face none other than Floyd Mayweather on Feb. 20 in a pay-per-view exhibition. Jake, meanwhile, doesn’t have his next bout secured after pushing his pro record to 2-0 when he knocked out former NBA star Nate Robinson this past November.

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