Logan Paul reveals he's drinking cow's blood ahead of KSI rematch as team turn him into a 'machine'
LOGAN PAUL has revealed he is drinking COW'S BLOOD in his preparation to fight YouTube rival KSI.
The pair boxed last August in Manchester where they sold 800,000 PPV buys with their combined 37 million subscribers on the video platform.
The two boxing newbies fought over six rounds to a majority draw.
Now they will ditch the headguards and rematch as professional boxers on November 9th at the Staples Center in Las Angeles.
And speaking to Business Insider, Paul said his training team are making a "machine" out of him - while adding a bizarre addition to his diet.
He said: "I'm eating 80lbs a day. I'm drinking the blood of cows and I'm pushing a lot of weights up in the air and putting them down."
WANTS TO TURN KSI INTO 'SAD MEME'
Cow's blood is still drunk by tribal communities around the world.
The Masai of Kenya believes the blood helps cleanses the body, and they drink it on special occasions like births, deaths and marriages.
Paul is even more confident second time around that he will get the job done when he fights Brit KSI.
And the American has opened up about his training tactics as he bids to turn KSI into a "sad meme".
He added: "I have been practising with heavier gloves so when I put the smaller ones on, I will be like lightning.
"I am sparring professional fighters and I am beating them badly. That does so much for my confidence.
"I relied on my athleticism to carry me through the first fight and it almost worked.
"But now I am a boxer, I am literally a professional fighter and I feel like it.
"I love the idea of beating up the person who is trying to beat me up."
Eddie Hearn has told The Independent that there is a 'very good chance' Jake Paul will fight on the subsequent card to KSI vs Logan Paul II. The two YouTube stars meet in a rematch
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