After his brother Logan goes the distance with Floyd Mayweather, Jake Paul makes an x-rated accusation.
The exhibition bout between Logan Paul and Floyd Mayweather went the distance.
Jake Paul made an x-rated claim that his brother Logan defeated Floyd Mayweather in their Sunday night exhibition boxing. Paul, a social media sensation, lasted eight rounds with Mayweather, the undefeated former world champion.
There was no winner in the exhibition battle between Paul and Mayweather due to the stipulations of the contract.
Money dominated the fight and never seemed to be threatened by Paul, who, to be fair, did hold his own in the ring.
But Paul’s brother Jake, who was immersed in a vicious spat with Mayweather in the build-up, didn’t see it that way.
Just seconds after the fight, he tweeted a dubious claim about Mayweather’s well-documented record: “50-1.”
“HOLY F**K, HOLY F**K, HOLY F**K,
“FLOYD MAYWEATHER WAS JUST BEAT BY MY BROTHER.”
Jake is 3-0 in boxing, having most recently defeated former UFC fighter Ben Askren by TKO in the first round.
On August 28, Paul will battle multiple–time UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley.
Logan said after the fight that Mayweather had been “finessed” into fighting him.
He said, “You are watching the greatest finesse job in history.”
“What is Floyd Mayweather’s motivation for stepping into the ring with me? He stands to lose everything.
“You were fined. Floyd, you’ve been fined.
“Imagine I had a one-second advantage on him. Taking this fight, I’m sure, would be a mistake.
“(This) is a circus, but to be honest, I didn’t realize it at first.
“I was approaching this as though it were a respectful display.
“I wanted to express my gratitude for Floyd’s achievements and professional path.
“I was trying to be respectful when my brother took his hat and said he was going to kill Jake, and that s*** doesn’t sit well with me.
“It’s gotten really personal. Just by the way he’s talking on the internet, he thinks he’s got this conflict under control to a tee.
“Forty-four years of Floyd’s life will be required for him to be humbled.”