WATCH: Jake Paul and Logan Paul Battle in an Epic Dance Off

Published 12/23/2021, 11:02 AM EST


Logan and Jake Paul are having the time of their lives. Following ‘The Problem Child’s win over Tyron Woodley, the Paul brothers have been out and about, partying and celebrating the win.

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Amidst all the celebrations, Jake set up a fundraiser for his Non-Profit Foundation ‘Boxing Bullies’. According to their Instagram page, Boxing Bullies is a “Non-Profit Foundation instilling confidence, courage, & leadership in the youth through the sport of boxing while fighting back against bullying.”

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During the fundraiser, both Jake and Logan Paul put on a show for the crowd. It all started when Logan Paul called his younger brother out for a dance battle. “So I see you, I see you Jake. You’re a winner, but are you a dancer?”

‘The Problem Child’ agreed, and the two started dancing off in the middle of the room. Jake Paul’s teammate was J Leon Love. Logan Paul’s teammate in the dance battle was Jake Paul’s best friend and training partner, ‘Piccsix’, also known as ‘DCUT’.

After exchanging a few moves on the dance floor, it was time to announce the winner. The MC asked the crowd to make some noise for the pair that they think deserved to win the battle. The crowd made the same amount of noise for both pairs, so the Paul brothers decided to settle it in a classic way.

They played best of three rock, paper, scissors, and the loser would have to donate the cost of a Rolex to the Boxing Bullies foundation. Jake won the best of three, and Logan had to donate to the foundation.

Someone who isn’t having fun, however, is Tommy Fury.

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Tommy Fury looked to take on ‘The Problem Child’ on December 18 at the Amalie Arena. However, a broken rib and a lung infection forced him to pull out of the fight, and Tyron Woodley stepped up to replace him.

Fury appeared in an interview with Frank Warren’s Queensberry Promotions to talk about the fight, and how he is feeling. “To be honest with you, I’ve been in probably the lowest point that I’ve ever been in my entire life. I’ve never felt or experienced anything so low.” Fury said.

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Fury will now look to secure another match against Paul. The big question is, will Paul take him on?

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Allan Binoy

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Allan Binoy is a Boxing writer at EssentiallySports. Currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in English Literature from Loyola College, Allan fuses his love for literature and the sport of boxing to deliver quality copies about 'The Sweet Science.' Allan is a semi-professional soccer player for Diego Juniors FC.

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