Logan Paul believes a boxing attraction pitting himself against his own brother Jake Paul would break all kinds of records.
Both men are infamous YouTube stars who have stepped into the boxing ring multiple times in the past. Jake meets former UFC star Ben Askren on Apr. 17 after stopping ex-NBA player Nate Robinson late last year on the undercard of Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr.'s seniors exhibition.
Logan, meanwhile, was initially set to face Floyd Mayweather Jr. in what was certain to be a one-sided yet lucrative massacre. That plan is off the table for the time being, with no word on a rescheduled date.
In an interview with Access, Logan admtted an interest in going head-to-head with his flesh and blood one day.
"I'm a showman, so is Jake, and we had a little rivalry on YouTube that has never been matched and I don't believe it ever will," Logan Paul explained.
"Our diss tracks against each other have like 300 million views, it was like we were the two brothers that despised each other online. And I think we can probably make a similar wave if Jake and I ever fought each other.
"I'd go ahead and say Logan Paul versus Jake Paul would be one of the greatest, and biggest and highest grossing pay-per-view combat sports events of all time."
Jake helped stoke those potential flames in a recent interview, claiming Logan's boxing abilities do not compare to his own.
"My brother is a fake fighter, I'm the real fighter," Jake told TMZ. "He's 0-1-1, I'm 3-0. I wish him the best of luck.
"I just like — don't get in there with a guy who's never even been knocked out. [Mayweather has] been knocked down once and it was by accident."