KSI mocks Shannon Briggs at public workout as Logan Paul feud continues

KSI and Logan Paul have clashed at a public workout ahead of their boxing rematch in Los Angeles this weekend.

The two YouTube stars will go head-to-head once again, this time as professional boxers, at the Staples Center on Saturday night.

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Their first bout in Manchester last year ended in a draw with the feud between the pair hitting new levels since then.

Ahead of the eagerly anticipated fight the pair came face to face at the public workout at Venice Beach on Tuesday night.

With Paul using his time in the ring to put on a little shadow boxing without gloves for the watching audience, KSI lost his patience and climbed up onto the ring apron.

“KSI, my friend,” said Paul. “You have four days to bake the cake.

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“Go and do something fun, because I’m going to end you forever, my friend.”

KSI was then involved in a heated exchange with Paul’s trainer and former world heavyweight champion Shannon Briggs.

“He’s an idiot, man,” KSI told Sky Sports after his public workout. “He’s a 47-year-old kid, it’s crazy.

“I dunno, everyone finds him annoying, he’s always disturbing people.

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“Look what he did to Wladimir Klitschko, even Andy Ruiz’s press conference he turned up there.

“He’s just a nuisance, he’s annoying.

“Hopefully, after this fight I can get rid of him for good.”

KSI, real name Olajide Olatunji, has fought twice as an amateur, first against fellow YouTuber Joe Weller before facing Paul last year.

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Whatever happens this weekend, Paul has vowed to remain in boxing, insisting that he has “fell in love with the sport”.

There is sure to be much more heat between both camps from now until fight time on Saturday night.

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