• Logan Paul slaps fan who made offensive remarks outside an LA hotspot
  • Paul's boxing match against Mike Tyson remains up in the air
  • Tyson may do an exhibition against Paul if it is for a good cause

Logan Paul has undoubtedly made a name for himself with the boxing matches he has been into.

There is no official word on who he would face next although rumors are flying that it may be Mike Tyson.

Hence, it is understandable that boxing fans want to get to the bottom of it.

Most want to know how true these plans are, and the best person to ask is Paul himself.

However, the 26-year-old YouTuber has the right not to comment or react for obvious reasons.

But then again, there will be fans who will try and do anything necessary to get an answer. That includes hurling insults which Paul did not take too kindly when he was at a Los Angeles hotspot.

Paul was spotted outside the Nightingale in WeHo last Wednesday, October 27, where there were fans who tried to get his autograph.

One of the fans started to ask the internet sensation about his rumored fight with Tyson but unsurprisingly ignored the question, TMZ reported.

A male fan, however, took it to a different level that earned the goat of Paul. He exclaimed: "Are you a p***y or what?"

The man did try to walk away, but not until Paul confronted him for his offensive comment. He ended up shoving the male fan and then slapped him in the head.

It was a shocking scene from everyone in attendance and "Impaulsive" podcast co-host Mike Majlak needed to intervene to prevent the situation from escalating.

Although Paul was able to make himself look good against Floyd Mayweather Jr., people who got to watch it was hardly impressed.

Most felt the novelty fight was rigged and was nothing more than an exhibition to make money. The fight ended with a chorus of boos with both men coming out of it without any real damage, the Guardian reported.

As for a potential Tyson vs. Paul exhibition encounter, nothing is set in stone.

When Tyson was asked by Yahoo Finance about it, he did not make any confirmation although he said that “anything is possible.”

"Anything is possible, you know, because by doing this we have a great exponent of charities to give to so the charities win both ways," Tyson said.

Jake Paul celebrates with his brother, Logan, after defeating AnEsonGib Jake Paul celebrates with his brother, Logan, after defeating AnEsonGib Photo: Getty Images | Michael Reaves