Myles Garrett is one of the most interesting men in the NFL.
Garrett is known for always being insightful and having depth to him that most professional athletes, or honestly most people in general, lack.
One thing he won’t do is get dragged into silly nonsense involving Internet celebrities.
So wait, what happened?
Garrett conducted a recent interview with Complex and jokingly said he has no desire to fight a Paul brother, as in Jake and Logan Paul.
Naturally, a response came.
Myles Garrett vs. the Paul brothers continues 🍿
— B/R Gridiron (@brgridiron) August 26, 2021
The Paul brothers are masters at garnering attention and this is no exception.
Don’t Challenge This Man
Jake Paul is currently preparing to fight former UFC star Tyron Woodley in Cleveland this Sunday.
That means both brothers are talking it up on the media circuit.
Nate Robinson is 5’9” 180 and Myles Garrett is 6’5” 270. What are we even talking about here. https://t.co/2cp0L61FXS
— Brett Kollmann (@BrettKollmann) August 26, 2021
But this has to be a big joke.
Comparing Garrett to Nate Robinson?
Obviously, these two know how to generate controversy and put themselves in the news.
But trying to rope Garrett in won’t go well.
Like he said, he would probably seriously injure either Paul brother in any actual sanctioned fight.
And to be clear, the fights they take part in appear to be rigged for a safe finish anyway.
So it’s not like either is a legitimate boxer.
That does not mean they should be mocked for giving it a go, but fighting Garrett would be absurd.
That would be a bigger mismatch than anything seen in a Rocky movie or any boxing movie for that matter.
Focused On Bigger Things
Garrett is a $100 million man focused on leading the Browns to a Super Bowl.
The fact he does wide-ranging interviews in the first place is cool and even touching on a topic like this shows he has some personality to him.
Meanwhile, the Paul brothers will do their own thing.
Whatever exactly that is, although somehow it brings in a ton of money.
Both can go their separate ways, never to meet and everyone will be better off because of it.