'He ain't surviving': Logan Paul challenges Chris Hemsworth to boxing match

Riley Morgan
·Sports Reporter
·2-min read
Logan Paul (pictured right) at a press conference and actor Chris Hemsworth (pictured left) working out.
Logan Paul (pictured right) has challenged Chris Hemsworth (pictured left working out) to a boxing match. (Images: Twitter/Getty Images)

YouTuber Logan Paul is already looking past his next opponent, which happens to be Floyd Mayweather, and has called out Thor actor Chris Hemsworth to step into the ring.

Footage surfaced a few weeks back of the Aussie actor getting into shape and hitting the pads with a trainer.

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The video of the Avenger impressed many on social media and has been viewed 1.5 million times on Twitter.

But the video of Hemsworth’s impressive form has worked its way to YouTuber Paul.

Paul has dabbled in boxing recently, which included a fight against fellow YouTuber KSI that was viewed by more than 750,000.

Paul is scheduled to fight the undefeated Mayweather in an exhibition match in February, which is sure to be a blockbuster considering both their pulling power.

While Paul isn’t afraid to call out any celebrity, the part-time boxer has turned his attention to Hemsworth.

“I’ll fight him next after Mayweather,” Paul wrote as a comment on the video of the Thor actor working out.

Fans on social media were equally excited for the bout - but also skeptical it would take place.

Logan Paul to fight Floyd Mayweather

Undefeated boxer Mayweather said he has ‘never shied away’ from doing things differently after the announcement of his exhibition fight against Paul.

Mayweather, 50-0 in his professional career, will come out of retirement to fight the YouTube - turned boxing - star Paul.

According to a link shared by Mayweather on Twitter, he will square off with the YouTuber on February 20 in a Pay-Per-View bout on Fanmio Boxing.

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