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“Floyd Still Fighting for F**king money”: Uncle Jeff Mayweather Speculates on Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul Fight

Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Floyd Mayweather Sr. celebrate after defeating Conor McGregor during their super welterweight boxing match on August 26, 2017 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The exhibition matchup between Floyd Mayweather VS Logan Paul will take place on June 6 at the Hard Rock Stadium in the USA.

Floyd Mayweather has competed against several combatants, putting himself against MMA fighters, kickboxers, and even WWE superstars. However, the undefeated pugilist has never faced a YouTuber.

Logan Paul will be the first from the community to have a crack at the five-division champion.

50-0 as a professional, Floyd Mayweather, who has enjoyed a Hall-Of-Fame-worthy career, has nothing more to prove. He is arguably the best boxer of all time. Hence, facing a YouTuber might not suit his legacy.

However, Jeff Mayweather revealed why ‘Money May’ is taking the step.

On The Mayweather Channel, Jeff Mayweather said, “It is about the f*** money, that’s the same thing. Why do you think Floyd is fighting? Floyd is still fighting for the f**** money.”

“So why the f*** Logan Paul [is fighting?] because Floyd has way more money than f**** Logan Paul dude. He is fighting for money because he like the money. Just like Logan like the money.”

Floyd Mayweather VS Logan Paul

Former world welterweight king Floyd Mayweather said May 4, 2021 he will face off against YouTube personality Logan Paul in an exhibition bout at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium on June 6, 2021. (Photo by Eva Marie UZCATEGUI / AFP) (Photo by EVA MARIE UZCATEGUI/AFP via Getty Images)

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There’s no denying Logan Paul is a popular personality and can grab a lot of attention. Hence, Mayweather seems to be allured by the idea of staging an epic PPV event. He last appeared in 2018 and fought Tenshin Nasukawa.

Now, three years later, boxing fans will look forward to seeing him return to action in a massive crossover that may shake many PPV records.

While Mayweather’s fight against McGregor reportedly made $4.3 million PPV buys. It would be interesting to see whether Floyd Mayweather VS Logan Paul can bring a bigger number.


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