And now Logan, who last competed in the ring when he fought Floyd Mayweather for eight rounds last summer, is aiming to get the jump on his sister. The 27-year-old has already declared his intention to fight again in December, and Tate, a former world kickboxing champion, hasn't ruled it out either.
In an episode of friend Mike Majlak's vlog, the host said: "You guys have not had one word to say about the most searched man in the world [Tate], you don't even know who he is. He's got people chatting and got people talking. Immediately I thought, this guy is doing things, how can we monetise... how can we make money off his situation?"
Logan responded: "It's true, right now he might be the most popular men on the planet; key words, right now. This is a marathon, not a sprint and if you think Andrew Tate will have an ounce of relevancy in 2023 you are sadly mistaken. Unless, he fights someone like, I don't know, the guy that made Floyd Mayweather look average."
Jake, however, established a successful professional career, winning five fights in 2.5 years, culminating in a stunning knockout of Tyron Woodley in their rematch the following year. This weekend, Jake was scheduled to face Hasim Rahman Jr. in New York, but a dispute over the weight limit caused Jake to call the fight off a week in advance.