As the boxing legend struggles, Floyd Mayweather says he has “no strategy” for his upcoming fight with Logan Paul. Threat of a KO
Next month, boxing legend Floyd Mayweather will compete in a six-round exhibition against YouTuber Logan Paul.
Floyd Mayweather has stated that he has “no strategy” for his upcoming fight with Logan Paul, warning that he can knock out his opponent at any time. In a six-round exhibition in Florida next month, Mayweather, the greatest boxer of his generation, will face the YouTube celebrity.
After defeating Andre Berto in 2015, Mayweather basically retired after winning world titles in five weight divisions.
With a win over Conor McGregor in 2017, he improved to 50-0 in professional fights, and he recently fought Japanese flyweight kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in a mismatched exhibition encounter.
Paul, on the other hand, has only fought twice, both times against fellow YouTuber KSI, who won a split decision in their professional rematch after the two had drawn their amateur bout.
When asked what tactic he will utilize in Miami on June 6, Mayweather claimed he will be able to end Paul’s challenge at any time.
According to Barstool Sports, the 44-year-old said, “I have no strategy, I just have to turn there.”
“It will go one round if I want it to go one round. If I tell it to go two, it will do so. It’s entirely up to me.”
Mayweather, on the other hand, has refuted any perception that he is underestimating his inexperienced opponent by working extra hours in training – after being photographed covered in blood after several grueling sparring sessions.
“This s*** is blood, sweat, and tears for me,” Money captioned the photos on Instagram.
However, the impending fight at Hardrock Stadium has some boxing fans perplexed, with former WBC cruiserweight champion Tony Bellew predicting that someone will be “badly damaged.”
“It’s all in the name of money and the love of money,” Bellew remarked.
“This will go on until someone is really harmed. That’s all there is to it.
“I’m sorry to say that, but that’s what’ll put a stop to this: someone getting seriously hurt.”