Tony Bellew even cautioned boxing specialists to end the American’s battle profession – yet WBA light-heavyweight champ Pascal has now jumped to his safeguard.
The Canadian will co-highlight on Paul’s session with Mayweather in a rematch from his split-choice success over Badou Jack back in 2019.
Furthermore, Pascal competed with web-based media star Logan and conceded he has a recently discovered regard for the Maverick.
He revealed to Radio Canada: “Above all else, it is anything but a carnival because any fighter who trains to get into a ring merits our regard.
“Boxing is a challenging sport. It’s like going to war. You never know what’s going to happen, and you never know if you’re going to come back.
“The reason Logan Paul has all my respect is that right now. He’s training with me in Puerto Rico. He moved his training camp to Puerto Rico.
“I did sparring with him, and I can tell you that he impressed me. For a beginner, he is outstanding. He is very agile. He is versatile.
PAUL BROTHERS NEED TO STOP BOXING
TONY BELLEW has cautioned boxing specialists to end Jake and Logan Paul’s battle vocations – and claims neither would dare get down on him.
The currently resigned previous WBC cruiserweight champion, 38, is among many ex-proficient contenders to impact the YouTuber siblings who are presently bringing in super cash as fighters.
Jake, 24, took his record to 3-0 after disputably taking out ex-UFC star Ben Askren a month ago in the first round.
Then Logan, 26, will procure £14million for his show battle against Floyd Mayweather one month from now.
Be that as it may, Bellew has cautioned the specialists to end the pair’s tracks before someone gets truly harmed and boxing is harmed until the end of time.
Addressing BBC Headliners webcast, Bellew said: “As a matter of first importance, what they are doing, they are not degrading boxing at all, and we should make one thing straight – these folks aren’t contenders.