Why Logan Paul Lost To KSI In The YouTuber Boxing Rematch – Body Language Secrets

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Shared November 16, 2019

Find out why Logan Paul lost to KSI in the YouTuber boxing rematch.

Logan Paul was considered the favorite to beat KSI in their boxing rematch at the Staples Center in Los Angeles California. Logan lost by just 1 point in a split decision. Yeah, the fight was extremely close and some say that the referee shouldn’t have penalized Logan with 2 points on that late hit on KSI.

Logan dedicated himself to this training for this fight for a year, he’s an accomplished high school football player and wrestler, had unlimited budget, and was significantly bigger than KSI, so understandably he was considered to be the favorite, but how did Logan lose? Many thought Logan was going to easily win, but there’s always a fascinating story behind these shocking upsets, so we’re going to piece together the evidence, along with break down body language, to find out the real reasons why Logan Paul lost to KSI.

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