Jake Paul Responds to Myles Garrett Saying He'd 'Beat the Brakes Off of Logan Paul'

Just a week after Myles Garrett said he would "beat the brakes off of Logan Paul," Jake Paul has responded with a different take on how the fight would end.

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Just a week after Myles Garrett said he would “beat the brakes off of Logan Paul” if the two ever entered the ring in an interview with Complex SportsJake Paul has come to his older brother’s defense.

During an interview with 3News’ Stephanie Haney on her 3 Things to Know podcast, Paul was asked about the Cleveland Browns defensive end’s comments. While admitting that he, as a native of Ohio, “loves the Browns,” Paul maintained that he sees the hypothetical fight going down a bit differently than Garrett.

Stick to football, my friend,” Paul told Haney. “I like Myles. I have nothing against him, he’s an amazing player. But you saw what happened when Nate Robinson from the NBA tried to step into the ring. People don’t realize it’s a whole different sport.”

Last week, Garrett opened up about his post-football plans during a conversation with Complex Sports. “You won’t get me into celebrity boxing, I think it’s foolish enough as it is. You’re not going to get me on that.”

After being asked whether he’d re-consider should someone like Logan Paul challenge him to a boxing match, Garrett responded, “I’d beat the brakes off of Logan Paul, but I have bigger fish to fry.” 

Garrett’s comments arrive nearly three months after Logan lasted eight rounds in the ring with Floyd Mayweather in their highly anticipated exhibition match at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium.

While the All-Pro defensive end might not view Logan as worthy competition, it’s worth noting that the feeling may be mutual. Back in June, Logan dropped Mike Tyson’s name while discussing his next potential opponent. 

“Someone mentioned Mike Tyson. My lawyer mentioned it and he’s like, ‘Nah, Tyson will rip your head off, you don’t stand a chance.’ I’m like, ‘I just went through all this.’ You can’t tell me I can’t beat Mike Tyson. He’s old, old,” the 26-year-old YouTuber-turned-boxer recalled telling his lawyer during an episode of his Impaulsive podcast.

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