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Jake Paul Regrets Arguing With Brother Logan Paul Publicly, Makes Brutally Honest Confession

Published 11/16/2023, 7:52 AM EST

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Jake Paul defeated Nate Diaz and went on his brother’s podcast. However, unlike their podcast together in the past, this particular one took a different route. Both brothers had something unpleasant to share about the other and couldn’t help but make it evident during the course of that episode. One on hand, the 26-year-old alleged that Logan Paul continuously attempts to compete with him. Moreover, when Paul expressed his desire to become a world champion, The Maverick disregarded it completely.

Meanwhile, the 28-year-old claimed that Paul deliberately picks and then spars with his potential opponents in the ring. Their relationship at the time was questioned by many. In a recent turn of events, the younger Paul brother reflects on their infamous podcast.

Here is why Jake Paul did not want the episode to air

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A few weeks ago, the older Paul brother revealed that ‘The Problem Child,’ did not want that particular episode to air. In a recent episode on the MMA Hour, Ariel Helwani asked the 26-year-old about the same and he responded in the affirmative. In addition, he revealed that he did not want the episode to air because their conversation was private and should not be exposed to the public at large.

Reflecting on the same, he stated, “Yeah, I just don’t people seeing us argue or whatever. Go back and forth. That stuff happens in families, especially between brothers who are in the same industry, who are two years apart. So that’s normal but didn’t need to be handled publicly.”

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In retrospect, Jake was not glad to have the episode aired. His relationship with his brother has been perceived in all kinds of ways today.

Paul justifies arguing with his Brother

In the same interview, Paul claims that a fight and an argument are common in families. Especially between brothers who happen to be competitive and deem it to be a human trait. Moreover, he does give his argument with, ‘The Maverick,’ much emphasis.

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He added, “But hey? You know what at the end of the day, we are humans, we made so many mistakes, and navigating this world isn’t easy. We are doing the best we can. At the end of the day figuring out as we go. I don’t think there is anything wrong with that.”

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The dynamics between the Paul brothers are quite intriguing to see. However, we are curious to know after the comments made by him above, does your perception change? Share with us your thoughts and opinions in the comments below.

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Harddit Bedi

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Harddit Bedi is a boxing writer at Essentially Sports. With over 500 articles to his name, he loves to cover the off-court drama of athletes. No wonder, he feels giddy when he has to cover the latest shenanigans of Jake Paul or Floyd Mayweather.
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Snigdhaa Jaiswal