YouTuber, rapper, boxer and Arsenal fan KSI was asked if he’d rather see the Gunners win the Premier League this season or knock out Jake Paul in the boxing ring.

A number of famous personalities in the UK and across the globe are massive Gooners, and KSI is one of them. He came on talkSPORT today and Gabby Agbonlahor asked him an ‘evil question’.

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Arsenal win the Premier League or knock out Jake Paul – KSI responds

KSI, real name Olajide William Olatunji or JJ, started the YouTube Boxing scene all the way back in 2018, when he defeated fellow creator Joe Weller.

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He has since fought Logan Paul twice and beat Swarmz and Luis Alcaraz Pineda on the same night last year. His end goal, however, is a bout against Logan’s little brother, Jake Paul.

The two have had a war of words for years now, but KSI plans on fighting and knocking out the younger Paul at the end of this year, he said on Twitter Spaces recently.

To speak about the potential fight, JJ came on talkSPORT today and Agbonlahor asked him: “So KSI, I’ve got a big question for you here – knocking out Jake Paul or Arsenal winning the Premier League this season?”

The YouTuber responded: “You’re evil, that’s a very evil question.”

He then claimed: “The thing is, Arsenal are going to win the Premier League anyway. So it doesn’t matter, innit?”

He concluded by saying: “Jake Paul is also getting knocked out!”

Next up: The North London Derby

Arsenal are five points clear at the top of the Premier League table, but we’re entering a difficult run of games now.

Mikel Arteta’s men take on Tottenham in the North London Derby on Sunday, before back-to-back games against the two Manchester clubs – one in the league and the other in the FA Cup.

The focus is on Spurs now, and after battering them at the Emirates in the reverse fixture, we’d love nothing more than to see the lads do the double over Antonio Conte’s men.

The game on Sunday will definitely not be easy, but if Arsenal play at their best, we should be able to batter them again.

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