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Logan Paul was not impressed by the judges' decision following his younger brother Jake's split decision victory over Tyron Woodley on Sunday night.
'The Problem Child' took his professional boxing record to 4-0 as he defeated the 39-year-old mixed martial artist at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland.
This was the first time Paul had been taken the distance by an opponent after knockout victories over Ali Eson Gib, Nate Robinson and Ben Askren in his first three bouts.
However, his brother was left less than impressed by the fight's scorecard with the judges scoring the fight 77-75, 75-77 and 79-74 in favour of Paul.
Posting to his Instagram story from inside the ring following the fight, Logan filmed himself, his brother and the crowd, captioning the post "Split decision booooo".
A third person can also be heard in the background saying "Split decision, what the f*** they looking at", as the arena reacted to the judges' scoring.
The fight was Paul's toughest yet as he was forced past the second round for the first time and was rocked by a left-hook from his opponent that sent him on to the ropes.
This moment led to one of the judges scoring each round from the fourth onwards in favour of Woodley, causing the fight to finish with a split decision.
Paul was called out by British boxer Tommy Fury earlier on the night following Fury's unanimous decision win over Anthony Taylor.
The former Love Island contestant has a heated relationship with Paul with the pair calling each other out on social media on multiple occasions in the last 12 months.
Paul's next opponent remains unclear, though, with Woodley staking his claim for a rematch following the bout, which was watched by over 20,000 spectators in Ohio.
- Logan Paul
- Jake Paul
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