Jake Paul may have made headlines with his split decision victory over Tyron Woodley on Sunday, but brother Logan made sure he got his 30 seconds of fame as well.
Jake Paul's foray into the boxing world continued with his win over former UFC welterweight champion Woodley.
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Woodley was easily the biggest challenge of Paul's so-called boxing career so far.
Previously, his opponents had consisted of a YouTuber, another YouTuber, a former NBA player and a different UFC fighter in Ben Askren.
Fans and pundits were divided over the legitimacy of Paul's victory, with many savaging Woodley's display as a farce.
Both the Paul brothers have made global headlines since turning from YouTube and social media personalities to boxers.
And even though Logan wasn't fighting on Sunday, he still grabbed the attention of fans.
Many noticed Logan chatting to ring girl Kourtney Kellar during a post-fight interview with his brother.
It remains unclear what was said between the pair, but Kellar has since revealed her direct messages have blown up on social media.
One fan suggested Logan was “trying to spit game” with Kellar.
“RIP to my DMs. Wow, the power you hold @loganpaul,” she later wrote on Instagram.
In a second post, the model wrote “lol” with a screenshot of Logan looking at her, captioned “The real winner @kourtney_kellar.”
Jake Paul's cryptic 'retirement' post
Jake Paul's fight was highly uneventful for the first three rounds, with Woodley looking like a fish out of water in the ring.
The 39-year-old seemed to find a groove in the fourth round when he landed a hard left to Paul's face, but didn't do enough to overcome Paul's lead in points.
Paul then stunned his fans with a bizarre social media post claiming to have 'retired' from boxing.
"Updated status: Retired boxer," he wrote on Twitter to his four million followers.
The post sparked debate, with many questioning whether the move was just a ploy to keep people talking after his bout.
Paul later took to Twitter to double down.
"When I put that s**t in my bio I’m not just saying it to say it, do the math - do the debating and when it all comes back you will agree," he wrote.
However, only hours after the fight it was clear Paul was already searching for his next opponent.
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