John Kavanagh is a name that needs no introduction in MMA. He has been the coach of Conor McGregor throughout the career of the former UFC champion.
Kavanagh has been busy with his SBG Ireland Gym lately and in a recent interview given to The Mirror, he noted that he is open to having Jake Paul and Logan Paul at his gym.
Jake Paul knocked out former UFC Champion Tyron Woodley this past weekend and moved to 5-0 in his professional boxing career and had expressed his interest in moving to MMA. In one of the interviews, Jake also noted that he is going to train with American Kickboxing Academy (AKA) under Javier Mendez.
Despite the claims, Kavanagh said that the doors of his gyms are open if Jake and Logan decide to walk in.
"If Jake walked through the doors, I'd tell him to sign up, pay his fees and get on the mat. He would be very welcome here, I'd love him to come by and train here, I've heard he's got a great energy, he's a great character,” Kavanagh said.
He further went on to elaborate that he might get along with Logan Paul.
"I think I'd probably get along with Logan a bit easier. He seems a bit more calm. That's the one who did some wrestling with Paolo Costa, he looked good. I watched that and it was only a few seconds but you could tell he's got some moves. So maybe he could come in and if he's okay then we'll allow the brother to come along,” Kavanagh added.
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