Logan Paul breaks sex ban only four weeks ahead of KSI fight after sleeping with one of his 20 million fans – The Sun
LOGAN PAUL blew his self-imposed sex ban just four weeks out from his must-win rematch with KSI.
The £150million Saturday fight between the YouTube stars will come down to fine margins, after the original clash ended in an August 2018 draw and Paul had vowed to go the distance for round two.
The 24-year-old social media sensation claimed he had abstained from orgasms to keep himself battle-hardened for the Staples Center clash.
But on Wednesday afternoon in Los Angeles, he admitted he had broken his celibacy promise and bedded one of his 20m fans.
The newly-professional cruiserweight said ahead of his pro debut: “In this camp I have never been more calm focused and confident.
“I truly feel like the best version of myself and better than I have ever felt and boxing is the vehicle for that.
“For the whole camp I had no girlfriends, just tunnel vision, no sex all camp but just one issue a month ago, so we did four weeks without it.”
That news meant his Instagram vow just a day earlier had been smashed to pieces for some much-needed nooky.
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The LA-based Ohio lad said: “My coaches forbid me from having sex before my fight. they said I need to build my batch. What’s a batch?
“Put quite simply, pent up ejaculate: my octane, if you will. Enough to sink a battleship.
“My friends know the power of my will, but they also know the power of my willy, so they supported me and kicked all the witches out.
“My legs are strong and my balls is heavy. I'm ready for war this Saturday.”
Trainer and former heavyweight champion Shannon Briggs installed the bonking ban but handled news of the violation well.
The 47-year-old said: “He's mean right now, he's ready to fight. Everybody had to move people out of the house, we're not playing.
“I called him the first week and told him he had to change as a person, boxing will change you.
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You've got to dig deep into your soul because you have to confront fighting another man.
"I don't care what you say it's not easy, you can lose, get knocked out, be embarrassed. The man's already famous so he's got a lot to lose.
“He took everything seriously because he knows I can't play around; this is my life, I didn't come to play.”
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