- Floyd Mayweather has claimed that Logan Paul wants to do another exhibition bout despite saying that he didn’t get paid from their first one.
- Mayweather shared his thoughts on Oscar De La Hoya running for mayor.
Last June, Floyd Mayweather participated in an exhibition boxing match against YouTube sensation Logan Paul. The former five-division world champion came under fire following “Bragging Rights,” after Paul had accused Mayweather of not paying him.
Ahead of his upcoming exhibition showing, Mayweather fired back at Paul’s claims.
Floyd Mayweather shuts down allegations of not paying Logan Paul
‘Money’ Mayweather recently revealed his next exhibition bout to be against Mikuru Asakura under RIZIN in Japan. During a press conference for the Mayweather vs Asakura fight in September, the boxing Hall of Famer shut down allegations of not paying Logan Paul.
“We done one with Logan Paul and I don’t really want to call that an exhibition. I came to entertain, he came to hold, it is what it is. It’s so crazy that, you know I have social media on my phone, every once in a while somebody may send me something, to my phone.
“It’s so crazy that Logan Paul wants to do an exhibition again but it’s the same guy that said he didn’t get paid. It is what it is.”
‘Money’ talks about Oscar De La Hoya running for mayor
Oscar De La Hoya had recently indicated that he may run for mayor of Las Vegas. Following a brief stint in mixed martial arts that concluded with a sole event for ‘The Golden Boy’, Mayweather shared his thoughts on De La Hoya’s new plans.
“It’s his prerogative, he’s able to do whatever he wants to do. One week, he want to be a boxer, next week he want to do MMA, after that he want to be a saint, then he want to be a model.
“He don’t know what he want to do. Now mayor, next year he want to be the president. You just don’t know”
Floyd Mayweather will fight Mikuru Asakura in Japan sometime in September. The rules and length of the bout have not yet been made public.