‘Broke’ Floyd Mayweather has ‘blown fortune on women’ claims Jake Paul
Jake Paul has slammed Floyd Mayweather and suggested the boxing legend hasn't paid his brother for their exhibition bout because he is "broke" after blowing his fortune on women.
Brother Logan fought the legend and even managed to last the entirety of the eight-round bout last year. But he has claimed that he has not been paid for the contest yet.
Mayweather has denied that he has not paid, but Jake has taken his brother’s side and even gone on to say that the reason he hasn’t is that the former boxer has lost a lot of his fortune. In an interview with Rob Moore, YouTuber Jake said: 'Floyd Mayweather is broke. I've been saying it all the time. I think he probably spent it on the girls he pays to be around him.”
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Meanwhile, Logan said of the situation: “'One year ago today, I fought Moyd Fayweather. He's hard to hit, but even harder to collect money from. Who should I fight next?" At the time is was thought that Mayweather was expected to earn a huge £52million from the fight, with Logan receiving £15m of the purse.
But Mayweather has denied the claims, saying that it was ‘bull****' and that Logan has even asked for another fight since then.
“This is the guy who said he didn't get paid, which we know is truly false, which is why I don't entertain the bull**** a lot of the time,' Mayweather said ahead of his newest fight against Japanese mixed martial artist Mikuru Asakura.
“We know he got paid and if he didn't get paid he wouldn't be trying to get another payday. It is so crazy that Logan Paul wants to do an exhibition again but it is the same guy that said he didn't get paid. It is what it is.”
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