KSI’s brother Deji has made it clear he wants in on the Logan Paul fight – or a boxing match of his own.
The YouTube star, who has been embroiled in a fierce feud with his brother, shared a snap of himself in the boxing ring.
‘Double tap if you wanna see me in the ring again,’ he told fans.
Deji previously boxed Logan’s brother Jake in the undercard for the first match in August 2018 – although he lost out to the American YouTuber.
Despite the loss, some fans are keen for him to get back in the ring, with one writing: ‘Not only in the ring but in this coming undercard.’
‘YASSSS!!! Box Jake again,’ another urged, with one more telling him: ‘But actually train this time bro.’
Meanwhile, it appears Deji has settled his feud with his brother – real name Olajide ‘JJ’ Olatunji – as he’s been throwing support behind him.
After previously claiming that Logan had ‘the edge’ in the upcoming fight, the younger Olatunji brother appears to have had a change of heart.
Commenting on Justin Bieber’s fight prediction, the 22-year-old wrote: ‘My bro gonna take the W #teamksi.’
Meanwhile, in a recent interview, JJ had high praise for his brother’s boxing ability, saying: ‘If anything, I feel like he could be better than me.’
Reposting the footage on his Instagram Stories, Deji added: ‘My bro.’
The pair were at each others throats last year, in a fierce feud that culminated in JJ getting ‘thrown out’ of the family home at Christmas.
Although things appeared to settle down after that, earlier this year, KSI accused his brother of ‘making his life hell’.
‘First it was Christmas that was taken, now it’s my birthday. My brother is literally making my life hell,’ the vlogger wrote.
‘I talk to him to try and get professional help to help fix our situation and he refuses, So what can I f***ing do? F*** my birthday. F*** it all.’
Let’s hope the pair have finally managed to bury the hatchet.
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