A heckler in West Hollywood, California found himself ejected from a club after haranguing Logan Paul while he was partying, as onlookers asked about a rumored Mike Tyson boxing exhibition match.

As fans were outside the West Hollywood club Nightingdale asking him questions about the potential Mike Tyson bout, a fan yelled out “Are you a p***y, or what?” to the embattled Youtuber after he refused to sign an autograph, according to Dexerto.com.

Annoyed, Paul charged at the heckler and slapped his hat off before shoving him a few times. Paul’s podcast co-host Mike Majlak then went in between the pair and dealt with the situation himself whilst asking Paul to enter the club, the New York Post reported.

“Don’t be an asshole,” Majlak said to the heckler before he then pushed the individual repeatedly. The club’s security removed the heckler from the premises.

The Mike Tyson fight has been a rumored exhibition match between Paul and the former Heavyweight champion after Tyson gave an interview saying that he was willing to fight one of the Paul brothers in the ring.

Logan Paul recently lasted eight rounds with Floyd Mayweather, Jr., and has attempted to troll Mike Tyson into accepting the bout. Tyson himself, who participated in an exhibition match with Roy Jones, Jr., is open to participating in a match against Paul, according to Yahoo! Finance.

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

Tyson’s match against Roy Jones, Jr. also had Logan’s brother Jake Paul as the undercard match, where he successfully knocked out former NBA star Nate Robinson in the second round. Tyson’s fight with Jones, Jr. was widely-praised and ended in a split draw, according to CBS Sports.

Floyd Mayweather exchanges blows with Logan Paul during their contracted exhibition boxing match at Hard Rock Stadium on June 06, 2021 in Miami Gardens. Cliff Hawkins/Getty Images

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