Snoop Dogg and Joe Rogan disagree over Logan Paul vs Mike Tyson

Mike Tyson and Logan Paul are yet to confirm their much-touted clash in 2022, but American rap star Snoop Dogg has already piled in with his prediction.

In November 2020, 'Iron Mike' come out of retirement to take on fellow legend Roy Jones Jr in an exhibition bout.

Judges deemed that contest a draw, and the return to action clearly wetted the appetite of the former heavyweight champion, who this year has tried to goad former rivals Evander Holyfield and Lennon Lewis into settling old scores.

However, with Lewis seemingly uninterested and Holyfield putting on an awful showing against ex-MMA star Vitor Belfort in September, Tyson has turned his interest elsewhere, and after declaring he'd be back in the ring next February rumours are rife that he and Paul are currently negotiating a bout.

The YouTuber lost his only pro-fight to date thus far, against fellow internet star KSI, but did manage to survive an eight-round exhibition with Floyd Mayweather – albeit after the boxing legend appeared to hold his opponent up in the latter stages to prolong the bout.

In an appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, Snoop Dogg had no doubt which way the fight would go.

And he warned UFC commentator Rogan that the worst thing Paul could do is rile 'The Baddest Man on the Planet' into his old habits.

“C’mon Joe quit playing with me, man. It’s Mike Tyson we talking about,” he argued.

“This is not a regular m***********. It may trigger his old instincts. That m*********** is still in there!”

The rapper predicted a “second-round KO" for Tyson, and while Rogan agreed the 55-year-old was not a "regular dude," he did point out one advantage for Paul, 26.

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“Mike hadn’t been active forever. He got fat, but he’s a different kind of person,” Rogan assessed.

“It’s going to be interesting to see what Logan can do to keep away from him. The only thing Logan has on his side is youth.”

Paul's clash with 'Money Mayweather' in June reportedly generated more than one million pay-perview (PPV) buys on US network Showtime, and a clash with Tyson would inevitably prompt intrigue from boxing fans.

Paul is currently helping younger brother Jake prepare for his December clash with Tommy Fury, while Tyson has offered to help Anthony Joshua as he seeks a new coach following his defeat by Oleksandr Usyk.

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