Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather 'in talks' to fight YouTuber Logan Paul

YouTuber Logan Paul

You Tuber Logan Paul

It was in response to Paul posting a video on social media where he said: "If I caught Floyd in a real fight?"

Legendary American fighter Floyd Mayweather may return to the boxing ring with a fight against 25-year-old YouTuber Logan Paul, promising him "the same treatment" UFC's Conor McGregor got back in 2017. "I see you are still avoiding a prime Canelo", said one. "Stay fighting non-boxers".

Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather has warned Logan Paul he "can get the same treatment" as Conor McGrgeor did after the YouTuber declared he would beat him in a fight.

In a tweet, the 43-year-old boxer mentioned that he might end up just like the Irish mixed martial artist.

Floyd wrote on his account that these "YouTube girls better find some Barbie dolls to play with" because he's not interested in playing childish games.

"Three years ago a fighter from the UFC said my name and I had to put a muzzle on that b***h".

An individual pointed out that his age and height might be some disadvantage for Floyd against the Youtube star. The two met in the most publicised and financially successful boxing pay-per-view of all time.

"Wow, everyone in the comments is doubting Floyd, but Logan has never won".

Daily Mail reveals that several attempts have been made to lure the "Money-man" out of retirement but none has materialised except for the stunt Logan Paul pulled recently. "Wtf crack y'all smoking bc I want some".

Former college wrestler Paul had drawn against KSI in a white-collar fight the year before losing a split decision to him in their officially-sanctioned bout, although he has since devoted his time to rapping and making a succession of high-profile film and TV appearances.

Boxing fans were also unimpressed with Mayweather's continuing flirtations with further freak fights. Paul is looking to fight again, seeking redemption after losing to KSI (Olajide Olatunji) via a split decision on November 9, 2019.

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