Former two division world champion Zab Judah has backed brothers Logan Paul and Jake Paul - firmly stating that both brothers have legitimate boxing ability.

The siblings are very popular social media stars. And both have turned pro in the sport of boxing.

Jake Paul, who is 2-0 with 2 knockouts, is scheduled to face MMA veteran Ben Askren on April 17th in the main event of a pay-per-view card.

And older brother Logan Paul, who is 0-1 as a pro, was scheduled to face five division champion Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition fight in February, but the fight has been postponed to a yet to be finalized date in the summer to increase the possibility of having fans.

While many fans have frowned on their involvement in the sport, Judah has given the Paul brothers his support.

"Jake and Logan, I'm gonna stand up for them. I'm gonna put it out there big, they can fight. They've both got two different styles, but they both can fight. They both are good at what they do," Judah told SiriusXM.

"Jake is a bring-it-to-you, in your face fighter, my son going to knock your ass out. Logan... I ain't going to front y'all, I ain't gonna front, I'm gonna say it right here - he's looking like a young Muhammad Ali."

Logan, 26-years-old, turned pro in 2019 and lost a controversial split decision to Youtube rival KSI.

Jake, 24, turned pro the following year.

He first blew away Youtube rival AnEsonGib in the first of a one-sided contest. And then he came back in November, and brutally knocked out NBA veteran Nate Robinson in two rounds as part of the high profile pay-per-view that featured Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones in the main event.