WHAT’S BEING CLAIMED:
- YouTube star-turned-boxer Logan Paul beat four of Rob Gronkowski’s brothers as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end served as a referee.
- None of the Gronkowski brothers know how to fight on the ring, making it easy for Paul who was not even going full speed.
- The YouTube personality invited Rob and his brothers to a training session as he prepares for his big fight against Floyd Mayweather on June 6.
NFL player Rob Gronkowski witnessed his four brothers get beat up by YouTube personality-turned-boxer Logan Paul. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end acted as a referee as four of his brothers boxed against Logan.
The YouTube personality invited Rob and his brothers to a training session as he prepares for his big fight against Floyd Mayweather on June 6. Paul completely dominated the ring and beat each of the four Gronkowski brothers during the sessions.
Paul took on one Gronkowski brother at a time, facing Glenn, the youngest brother, in the first round. He boxed former American football fullback Chris, in the second round, Dan in the third and the eldest brother Gordie in the fourth.
None of the Gronkowski’s boxed particularly well. They’re not boxers. Paul was not even going full speed during the bouts. When Gronk seemed to notice his brothers were outmatched by Paul, he quickly broke up the fights.
Rob Gronkowski did not fight Paul but expressed he was entertained. He gave credit to his brothers for agreeing to the training session. The Gronkowskis’ father watched the sessions.
Paul, who has been training as a boxer for months, will face Floyd Mayweather on June 6. Mayweather is considered one of the best boxers of all time.
Paul and his brother, Jake, have both taken interest in boxing in recent years. Jake is considered the more accomplished fighter as he already defeated former NBA player Nate Robinson, YouTuber AnEsonGib, and UFC fighter Ben Askren.
Rumor has it that Mayweather would fight Jake Paul after he beats Logan. The former world boxing champ could easily beat up both Logan and Jake Paul on the same night but a spokesperson of Mayweather Promotions said he will not.
Source: Yahoo Sports