Logan Paul involved in ringside brawl at brother Jake's fight against Nate Diaz

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Logan Paul involved in ringside brawl at brother Jake
Logan Paul involved in ringside brawl at brother Jake's fight against Nate Diaz

Logan Paul was involved in an altercation during his brother Jake 's fight against Nate Diaz as a chair was thrown and a man was pushed to the ground.

Jake got back in the win column for the first time since his loss to Tommy Fury in February by winning a one-sided decision against UFC legend Diaz at the American Air Texas. Paul had Diaz hurt at the start of the fight and dropped him in the fifth round, despite Diaz coming on stronger in the later rounds he was beaten by scores of 97-92, 98-91 and 98-91 after 10 rounds.

Midway through the fight, Logan and his dad Greg could be spotted at ringside getting into a verbal altercation with another crowd member. The influencer seemingly signals to security to deal with the man before things get physical as someone is pushed to the floor. Police and security do their best to break up the scuffle and it was quickly de-escalated as the man was separated from Paul's entourage.

Logan came straight from his WWE match against Ricochet at SummerSlam in Detroit to watch Jake fight in Dallas, getting a police escort to the airport where he jumped on a private jet. The YouTuber was able to make it in time as he joined his brother in the locker room before watching the entire fight at ringside.

Jake looks set to rematch Diaz in MMA as the pair agreed on a cage meeting just moments after their fight. Logan is set to make his boxing return for the first time in over two years as he competes on the same card as business partner KSI in October against a yet-to-be-announced opponent.

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Paul was happy to get back to winning ways against Diaz after suffering his first professional defeat to Fury as he said: "There is this pressure off my shoulders now, I know that I'm meant to be here and I did exactly what I said I was going to. When I lost, I came back and got better. I showed the world how to lose on the biggest stage and then come back to win on the biggest stage.

"It goes to show for anyone out there, take the loss on the chin and then come back the very next day and never stop. The loss was seriously the best thing because it set me on the path that I needed to be set on. You can't cut corners in this sport, I was in the gym every day after my loss up until this fight."

Harry Davies

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