Logan Paul is a tool with no moral compass who stands for NOTHING, slams Sonny Bill Williams in blistering attack | The Sun

SONNY BILL WILLIAMS slammed Logan Paul as a "tool" with "no moral compass" as he poured cold water on a potential fight.

The All Black legend-turned-heavyweight boxer, 37, hit out at Paul following the YouTube star's visit to Australia for a UFC event.

Williams tweeted: "Just listened to a talk on who’s popular with the youth today & @LoganPaul came up.

"I observed how he carried himself at the UFC event in Perth & wasn’t impressed.

"A man that stands for nothing will fall for anything – that’s the category I put guys like this in."

Paul was in Australia following the sponsorship deal with his hydration drink Prime and the UFC.


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Williams, 9-1 as a boxer, was then challenged to call out Paul but the rugby World Cup winner responded: "No, I don’t want to fight him.

"I just don’t want my sons to be like him or all the other tools or so-called influencers that have no moral compass.

"I don’t need anyone in this world besides my creator."


Williams, 37, last boxed in November but was knocked out by ex-UFC heavyweight Mark Hunt, 48, suffering defeat in the ring for the first time.

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At that point, he was linked with a bout against Paul's brother Jake, 26, who also recently lost against Tommy Fury, 23.

Paul himself has not fought since taking boxing legend Floyd Mayweather, 46, the distance in their June 2021 exhibition.

Before that, he drew to KSI, 29, in a similar non-sanctioned bout in 2018 but lost the rematch when they turned professional a year on.

The former rivals are now business partners following the successful launch of Prime.

Paul was meant to make his boxing return in January on KSI's Misfits promotion but a knee injury while starring in the WWE ruled him out.

However, the American has confirmed he will fight again this year.

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