Logan and Jake Paul are usually on the same team, but the famous siblings were separated during Super Bowl LVIII.
On Sunday night, the brothers, who rose to fame on YouTube before taking up boxing, were just two of millions of people who watched the final game of the NFL season.
In the end, they watched Kansas City beat the 49ers 25-22 to become the first team since Tom Brady’s New England Patriots in 2004 to win back-to-back Super Bowls.
Patrick Mahomes threw the game-winning touchdown in overtime, sparking epic celebrations from Chiefs fans inside Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
The superstar quarterback’s game-winning pass got very different reactions from Logan and Jake, who were clearly rooting for the opposing teams this year.
Logan, who sponsors Mahomes through his PRIME energy drink, jumped out of his seat and started celebrating as soon as he saw one of his athletes play a central role in the spectacular victory.
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Once he calmed down, “The Maverick” corrected his special Mahomes edition PRIME bottle, which was now incorrectly promoting him as a two-time Super Bowl winner and MVP after he picked up his third ring.
However, Jake was unhappy with the outcome of the match.
In footage shared on social media, he can be seen walking away from the television as Logan and almost all of their friends celebrate Mahomes’ touchdown pass.
“The Problem Child” took off the helmet he was wearing and threw it to the ground in anger after watching the 49ers suffer a devastating loss.
Fortunately, Jake has something to channel his anger into.
The 8-1 professional boxer is currently preparing to face veteran fighter Ryan Bourland – a former Golden Gloves champion who boasts a 17-1 record – in a cruiserweight showdown on March 2.
A win would set him up for a banner 2024, which could include a rematch with Tommy Fury, a grudge fight with KSI and a clash with MMA’s most controversial star, Sean Strickland.
Meanwhile, Logan then took to his Instagram Story where he sent a message to everyone involved in Kansas City.
He wrote: “Unbelievable match. Back-to-back Super Bowl champions, led by the legendary Patrick Mahomes.
“Congratulations to Kansas City, congratulations to the Hunt family and congratulations to Taylor Swift. Travis Kelce is a stud.