Dillian Whyte Slams Tyson Fury after brawl involving Billy Joe Saunders’ dad after Canelo stoppage

‘You are a b****, only talk s*** all the time’: Dillian Whyte engages in ANOTHER feud with Tyson Fury by criticising Gypsy King’s ‘cowardly’ response to Billy Joe Saunders’ dad being shoved to the ground after Canelo Alvarez fight

Dillian Whyte and Tyson Fury have entered into another Twitter feud after the former criticised the latter’s reaction when Billy Joe Saunders’ dad was forcefully pushed to the floor following his son’s defeat to Canelo Alvarez in Dallas on Sunday.

Tom Saunders – sat ringside – attempted to get to his son in the ring after an uppercut in round eight of his fight against the Mexican left him with multiple fractures of the orbital bone and unable to rise from his stool ahead of the ninth.

However, as he climbed the barrier, he was shoved to the ground by a member of security, sparking a minor brawl captured on camera involving other members of Saunders’ team.

WBC Champion Fury

Dillian Whyte (left) and Tyson Fury (right) have entered into another social media feud

Whyte accused Fury (pictured in pink shirt) of cowardice despite appearing to defuse a brawl which broke out in Billy Joe Saunders' defeat by Canelo Alvarez

Whyte accused Fury (pictured in pink shirt) of cowardice despite appearing to defuse a brawl which broke out in Billy Joe Saunders’ defeat by Canelo Alvarez

WBC heavyweight champion Fury – in attendance in the section where the brawl took place – watched on and while he elected not to get involved in the melee, he did appear to be trying to defuse the situation from behind the railing.

But it was not deemed sufficient by Whyte, who posted the video to his Instagram story with the caption: ‘I don’t care what no-one says, Tyson Fury is a coward p***y.

‘How can you see Billy Joe Saunders’ dad get man handled like this and you didn’t do [anything].

‘You are a b****, only talk s*** all the time – ‘fighting man’.’

Fury however was never going to lie down and duly responded on Twitter: ‘Dillian Whyte – ‘The Can Man’.

‘More like ‘The Can Get Knocked Out By A 41 Year Old Man’. #BUM’

Whyte then responded: ‘Calm down Gypsy Coward you’re no king Tyson Fury.

‘If you thought I was a bum ‘Luke’ you would have fought me years ago when ordered by the WBC keep conning the public. #Anytime #Anywhere’

Their latest spat comes just a week after the duo put aside their rivalry to rally behind Saunders ahead of his fight.

Tom Saunders (pictured: blue cap), climbed over the barrier to reach the ring after his son Billy Joe was defeated by Canelo Alvarez

Security took issue with Saunders Snr climbing over the barrier and he was pushed to the floor

Billy Joe Saunders’ dad Tom (left, pictured in blue cap) was thrown to the ground by security (right) after he attempted to gain access to the ring in Dallas following his son’s brutal loss

The 33-year-old told iFL TV: ‘I’m gonna support my countryman.

‘That’s like Billy Joe Saunders fighting Canelo. I don’t care what they have to say or what they think.

‘I’m back Billy Joe Saunders to beat Canelo one million per cent to beat Canelo because he’s my countryman.Do you understand? That’s who I am.’

And after seeing Whyte backing Saunders, Fury was quick to praise his rival, writing on his Instagram story: ‘Go on Dillion man.’

There was concern for the super-middleweight as he sustained multiple orbital bone fractures

There was concern for the super-middleweight as he sustained multiple orbital bone fractures

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Mike Tyson tips Logan Paul to ‘get beat up pretty bad’ by Floyd Mayweather

Mike Tyson tips Logan Paul to ‘get beat up pretty bad’ by Floyd Mayweather when YouTuber-turned-boxer steps back into the ring in June – but plays down hopes he will fight controversial brothers, insisting: ‘I like those guys’

  • Floyd Mayweather steps back into the ring in June to take on rookie Logan Paul 
  • Mike Tyson believes that YouTuber-turned-boxer Paul is set to get badly hurt 
  • Mayweather holds an unblemished professional record ahead of the June bout
  • Paul, meanwhile, has fought just once and lost to KSI by split decision in 2019 

Mike Tyson has predicted that rookie Logan Paul will receive a heavy beating from Floyd Mayweather when the YouTuber-turned-boxer takes on the former five-weight world champion.

The two will face off on June 6 in a highly-anticipated grudge match and Tyson, who has long since insisted that Logan and his brother Jake are good for the sport, can see no way for the underdog to come out on top.

When questioned on the bout, Tyson also played down hopes he would want to face either of the two popular online personalities and underlined his respect for them. 

Mike Tyson believes that Logan Paul will ‘get beat up pretty bad’ by Floyd Mayweather in June

Mayweather and YouTuber-turned-boxer Logan will look to settle the grudge across six rounds

Mayweather and YouTuber-turned-boxer Logan will look to settle the grudge across six rounds

Asked by TMZ Sports whether Paul could shock the boxing world, Tyson said: ‘No. He’s going to get beat up pretty bad.’

Mayweather, 44, will step back into the ring for the first time since 2017, when he beat UFC superstar Conor McGregor in the tenth round, and boasts an unblemished 50-0 professional record.

His opponent Paul, meanwhile, has fought just once and suffered defeat by split decision at the hands of fellow YouTuber KSI in November 2019.

Former five-weight world champion Mayweather (L) last fought when he beat Conor McGregor

Former five-weight world champion Mayweather (L) last fought when he beat Conor McGregor

Unsurprisingly, the shock match-up has generated plenty of criticism, although Tyson has admitted he is looking forward to watching.

‘Yeah, it’s going to be good,’ he added.

But despite both Paul siblings looking to broker more big-name fights, ‘Iron Mike’ has emphatically ruled himself out of the running. 

Quizzed on the possibility of scrapping with either Logan or Jake, Tyson replied: ‘No, I like those guys, man.’ 

Tyson also insisted he wouldn't want to fight either of the Paul brothers, including Jake (above)

Tyson also insisted he wouldn’t want to fight either of the Paul brothers, including Jake (above)

The stance comes as little surprise with Jake and Mayweather having worked together in the past. The 24-year-old took on Nate Robinson on the undercard of Tyson’s fight with Roy Jones Jr last November.   

Logan, however, is adamant that he has at least a puncher’s chance of downing Mayweather in Miami.

‘After this fight I don’t want anyone to tell me something is impossible,’ Paul said.

‘I am representing the guy who was counted out, the guy who believed in himself so much that his unrelenting belief in himself propelled him to success. That’s me.

Jake Paul sent Mayweather flying into a rage after stealing his hat during a press conference

Jake Paul sent Mayweather flying into a rage after stealing his hat during a press conference 

Mayweather had to be held back by security while Paul was quickly pinned down to the floor

Mayweather had to be held back by security while Paul was quickly pinned down to the floor

‘I don’t just think I can beat him. I know I can beat him.’

The press conference before the fight saw Mayweather sensationally see red and furiously lash out at youngster Jake, leaving him with an apparent swollen black eye following a brawl.

After Paul stepped up to Mayweather to call him out, he decided to get one over on the icon by stealing his hat and attempting to dash away. Bedlam then broke out with both camps coming to blows.

Security stepped in to separate both Paul and Mayweather with tensions reaching breaking point in full view of the cameras just weeks out from the big showdown. 

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Chris Eubank Jr mocks Billy Joe Saunders after winning £10,000 bet with Canelo knockout

Chris Eubank Jr laughs and MOCKS Billy Joe Saunders after securing £10,000 WIN following his bitter rival’s eighth round knock out by Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez

Chris Eubank Jr was captured on camera in fits of giggles after watching his bitter rival Billy Joe Saunders ruthlessly knocked out by Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez in Texas.

Eubank Jr had remained insistent that his old foe would not last the distance with the mighty Mexican and lose by a knockout or TKO on the big stage.

So confident was Eubank Jr that he staked £10,000 pounds of his own money on a bet with William Hill priced at evens, and pledged to give the potential full £10,000 winnings to charity.

A hysterical Chris Eubank Jr watched on as his old foe Billy Joe Saunders lost to Canelo Alvarez

Saunders took a huge hit in the eighth round which caused him team to call the contest

Saunders took a huge hit in the eighth round which caused him team to call the contest

Now, Eubank Jr has been proved correct and has seen a healthy injection to his bank balance as a result.

Watching on TV, Eubank Jr had his reaction filmed by friends as Saunders’ team threw the towel in and failed to allow their man come back out for the ninth round.

Moments prior Saunders had taken a huge right hand which has now led to what many people suspect is a broken orbital bone and damage to the eye.

Eubank Jr branded his rival a ‘wetbag’ and celebrated with his pals while reclining casually in a chair at home.

While smiling broadly, Eubank Jr addressed the camera directly and said: ‘Give me the ten grand baby, give me the ten grand.’ 

The 31-year-old then took the opportunity to get himself further involved in the action and tweeted: ‘Canelo if you want a Brit to give you a real fight… I’m ready and waiting.’

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Saunders unfazed by hostile reception from Canelo fans at weigh-in for huge unification clash

Billy Joe Saunders unfazed by hostile reception from Canelo Alvarez’s fans at weigh-in for huge unification clash… unbeaten WBO champion targets ‘greatest win by a Brit abroad’

Billy Joe Saunders shrugged off a hostile reception at the weigh-in with Canelo Alvarez on Friday night, and then vowed to take his world titles.

Around 5,000 Canelo supporters turned up to show their support for the Mexican star, with nearly 70,000 expected at the AT&T Stadium in Texas on Saturday night. 

Saunders will be backed by only a few members of his team and heavyweight champion Tyson Fury.

Billy Joe Saunders faces rival Canelo Alvarez during the weigh-in on Friday night

Britain’s WBO champion weighed in at 167.8lbs, with Canelo coming in lighter at 167.4lbs for their super-middleweight showdown.  

Saunders is yet to suffer a defeat in 30 fights and the two-weight world champion insisted he was confident of victory. 

Saunders said: ‘This will be the greatest win by a Brit abroad. Canelo has defeated six Brits, I’m the last body they’ve got to chuck out because there is no-one else coming through in the super-middleweight division who has a better chance than myself.

Saunders was unfazed by the hostile reception from Canelo fans at AT&T Stadium in Texas

Saunders was unfazed by the hostile reception from Canelo fans at AT&T Stadium in Texas

Canelo came in slightly lighter than Saunders for their super-middleweight showdown

Canelo came in slightly lighter than Saunders for their super-middleweight showdown

‘People may have different views, but I have my own views and my own vision. I’m the seventh Brit and if I don’t do it, then I don’t think anyone can do it.

‘So hopefully everything goes well and the main thing is that it’s a fair shake of the dice because I’m up against it with the opponent. I don’t want to be up against everything else as well.’

Alvarez has made a habit of vanquishing British fighters during his various reigns as champion, including a unanimous decision win over Callum Smith, also in Texas, in December last year.

Around 5,000 Canelo supporters turned up to show their support for the Mexican star

Around 5,000 Canelo supporters turned up to show their support for the Mexican star

Saunders is convinced his slick, counter-punching style will give him the edge against the Mexican and is clearly unfazed by the prospect of battling it out in front of an estimated 70,000 crowd.

‘Canelo has been doing it for many, many years now, destroying everyone. Six of those were Brits,’ added Saunders.

‘I don’t really take anything from any of them because I do my own thing. That’s what’s going to win this fight, something I bring to the table that none of them had.’  

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Lennox Lewis reveals talks with Mike Tyson over heavyweight rematch could be confirmed ‘SOON’

Lennox Lewis reveals talks with Mike Tyson over heavyweight rematch are underway and could be confirmed ‘SOON’ – 19 years on after initial clash which he won via an eighth-round KO

Lennox Lewis is in discussions with Mike Tyson over the pair going toe-to-toe again in the ring – 19 years after their first heavyweight showdown.

Tyson, 54, had tongues wagging when he impressed against Roy Jones Jr, 51, in an eight-round exhibition on November 28 – a contest the ended in a draw, although many felt that ‘Iron Mike’ had won.

Tyson has been in talks previously about facing old foe Evander Holyfield, 58, next but according to Lewis they could be about to rekindle their 2002 encounter.

Last November, Tyson returned to the ring for the first time since 2005 and impressed

Lennox Lewis (left) has confirmed he is in talks with Mike Tyson over a heavyweight rematch

Speaking on Saturday, while commentating on Andy Ruiz Jr’s return fight on FOX Sports, the 55-year-old admitted there is communication with Tyson’s camp.

He said: ‘Not yet, but soon – maybe. We’re talking.’

In the pair’s previous clash, which took place at the Pyramid Arena in Memphis, Tennessee; it was Lewis who emerged victorious – with the Brit knocking out the American in the eighth round to retain his WBC, IBF, IBO, The Ring, and lineal crowns.

Speaking in March, Lewis opened the door to comeback to ring following his official retirement in February 2004.

‘If the public wanted it then we would probably talk.

‘I don’t know. I don’t really have nothing pushing me in the ring right now. People would love to see that fight but I don’t know.’

Lewis is definitely on Tyson’s radar with the American keen to face both he and Holyfield this year as well as current WBC champion Tyson Fury at some point.

‘I want Holyfield and Lewis this year,’ he said on his Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson podcast last month.

‘I also want Fury. If I do that, I’ll say, ‘I’m just gonna live life.’

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Jake Paul boasts that he will ‘OBLITERATE’ Nate Diaz to set up showdown with Conor McGregor

Jake Paul boasts that he will ‘OBLITERATE’ Nate Diaz and set up a ‘massive’ showdown with Conor McGregor as YouTuber turned boxer plans his next fight after shock 60-second knockout of Ben Askren 

  • Jake Paul is coming off a first-round stoppage win over UFC fighter Ben Askren
  • The Youtuber-turned-boxer is hoping to set up a bout with Conor McGregor 
  • Paul has called out Nate Diaz who exchanged wins with McGregor back in 2016 
  • The 24-year-old says he would ‘obliterate’ Diaz to set up a McGregor fight 

Jake Paul has called out UFC star Nate Diaz saying he would ‘obliterate’ him if they were to ever scrap it out in the boxing ring.

The Youtuber-turned-boxer is lining up future opponents after his shock first-round stoppage victory over recently retired MMA fighter Ben Askren. 

Paul has ambitions of tempting Conor McGregor back into the boxing ring, and says beating Diaz  who conquered McGregor at UFC 196 in 2016, would help set up a future clash with the Irishman. 

Jake Paul is coming off a first-round stoppage victory over UFC fighter Ben Askren

Paul has ambitions of tempting UFC superstar Conor McGregor back into the boxing ring

Paul has ambitions of tempting UFC superstar Conor McGregor back into the boxing ring

Paul has also called out Nate Diaz saying he would 'obliterate' the 36-year-old fighter

Paul has also called out Nate Diaz saying he would ‘obliterate’ the 36-year-old fighter

Speaking about Diaz, he told ESPN as per the Sun: ‘I think people will immediately write me off but they’re going to tune into watch.

‘It’s two massive names and it’s a massive pay-per-view. When people see me obliterate him (Diaz), their jaws are going to drop, they’re not going to know how to react and they’re going to think it’s rigged again.

‘At that moment in time, I’ll be undeniable to fight Conor McGregor because I beat the guy who beat him.

‘The Jake Paul vs Conor fight is a massive fight so I’m like why wait? I don’t need to be in this sport forever, I don’t need 100 fights so why wait, let’s do it right away.’

Paul holds a 3-0 boxing record after victories over Youtubers Deji and AnEnsonGib, before his 60 second knockout victory over Askren.

The 24-year-old has called out a number of UFC stars in recent times including Kamaru Usman, Tyron Woodley, Khabib Nurmagomedov and Daniel Cormier.

There has also been talk of a potential bout with Tyson Fury’s younger brother Tommy.

Paul has a 3-0 boxing record and has been calling out a number of UFC stars in recent times

Paul has a 3-0 boxing record and has been calling out a number of UFC stars in recent times

Diaz meanwhile is set to return to the octagon at UFC 262 when he takes on Leon Edwards.

It will be the 36-year-old’s return to the ring after he last fought in November 2019, when he fell to a TKO defeat to Jorge Misvidal. 

Diaz shocked the world when he beat McGregor via submission at UFC 196, before the Irishman got his revenge over Diaz at UFC 202 winning via majority decision.   

McGregor is next expected to face Dustin Poirier in a trilogy fight to headline UFC 264, after the latter won by second-round TKO at UFC 257 in January.  

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UFC boss Dana White tells YouTube star Jake Paul ‘your 15 minutes are nearly up’

Dana White tells Jake Paul ‘your 15 minutes are nearly up’ and claims ‘people are very excited for the day he gets knocked out’ as bitter war of words between UFC supremo and YouTuber-turned-boxer continues

  • Dana White did not mince his words when addressing YouTuber Jake Paul 
  • Paul has turned some heads in the fight world after victory over Ben Askren 
  • UFC boss White warned Paul that ‘his 15 minutes are nearly up’ in latest jibe 

UFC president Dana White did not mince his words when addressing YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul as their war of words continues.

Paul has turned heads in the fight world in recent months after victories in the ring over veteran NBA star Nate Robinson, and more recently, a first-round stoppage against retired UFC fighter Ben Askren.

With everyone having their own opinion on Paul’s moves in the boxing game, the outspoken YouTube star has had some social media scraps with White.

UFC president Dana White did not mince his words when addressing YouTuber Jake Paul

Paul has turned heads in the fight world in recent months after victory over Ben Askren

Paul has turned heads in the fight world in recent months after victory over Ben Askren

The UFC boss bet $1million that Askren would beat Paul in their recent boxing match, and although a bet was never formally made, it was the latter who came out on top in emphatic fashion. 

Since his victory, Paul has continued to agitate professional fighters in both the boxing and MMA world and most recently squared up with UFC legend Daniel Cormier.

He later took to Twitter to claim that White does not pay his UFC fighters enough for stepping in the octagon, and he responded by giving him a warning.

Since the win, Paul has continued to agitate professional fighters in both the boxing and MMA

Since the win, Paul has continued to agitate professional fighters in both the boxing and MMA

‘I hate the dildos who pop in here and say ‘Hey, pay Jake Paul’. I hate them worse than I hate Jake Paul,’ White told FightHype.com 

‘Listen, the kid is making money and makes people care. He makes people give a s***. I don’t hate the kid, I know people are very excited for the day when he gets clipped and gets knocked out.

‘It is coming. His 15 minutes are nearly up, but the kid is going to make some money. Good for him.’

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Derek Chisora vs Joseph Parker LIVE: Updates and result including Katie Taylor vs Natasha Jonas

Derek Chisora vs Joseph Parker LIVE: Heavyweight veteran takes on former world champion in Manchester as last-minute coin toss drama is avoided following phone call from MOTHER

It almost fell through at the final hurdle over a coin toss, but Derek Chisora and Joseph Parker will meet in the ring in a heavyweight battle tonight, with the stakes high for both men. 

Chisora, 37, is looking to bounce back from his defeat to Oleksandr Usyk last time out and keep his Indian summer going, having propelled up the rankings with the support of former rival David Haye.

DelBoy will be under no illusions with the task at hand in Manchester, though, with Parker eager for another tilt at the heavyweight title having lost his WBO belt to Anthony Joshua in 2018.

The New Zealander has only two losses on his professional record – to AJ and Dillian Whyte – and will look to make it five wins on the trot after he is done with the bulldozing Chisora this evening. 

Follow Sportsmail’s OLLIE LEWIS for live coverage of Derek Chisora vs Joseph Parker, as well as the co-main event of Katie Taylor vs Natasha Jonas and the undercard results. 

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Sunny Edwards puts on masterclass to  beat Moruti Mthalane and claim IBF flyweight world title

British fighter Sunny Edwards puts on masterclass to beat South African veteran Moruti Mthalane and claim IBF flyweight world title

  • Edwards produced sublime display to inflict a first defeat on Mthalane in 13 years
  • The classy display earned a unanimous 118-111 120-108 115-113 points win
  • The 25-year-old follows his brother Charlie in becoming a world champion 

Sunny Edwards has become the second member of his family to win a flyweight world title after a near-flawless performance against South African veteran Moruti Mthalane.

The 25-year-old, younger brother of former WBC champion Charlie Edwards, took the IBF belt by inflicting Mthalane’s first defeat since 2008 at York Hall on Friday night.

With the exception of a handful of moments in the final three rounds, when he was caught with single shots, Edwards was masterful in keeping Mthalane at range, and dominated the 38-year-old with his jab and excellent movement. 

Sunny Edwards (above) followed his brother Charlie in becoming a world champion

He rarely expanded into concerted flurries, but controlled the fight from a distance in winning 118-111, 120-108 and 115-113 on the cards.

Edwards, who improved to 16-0, said: ‘It was nothing less than I expected. I have been saying it all the way through.

‘I knew it would be hard and he was good at closing the gap. I had it 7-5 or 8-4 and I didn’t like the 120-108 but I felt I deserved to win and their corner said I deserved to win. It might not be pretty all the time but I am hard to beat.

The 25-year-old took the IBF belt by inflicting Moruti Mthalane's first defeat since 2008

The 25-year-old took the IBF belt by inflicting Moruti Mthalane’s first defeat since 2008

‘After the sixth round he came quick for seven and eight and I was tying him up well but I heard him breathing and I thought another round or two and he will flag. When I started letting my hands go I was scoring.’

He added: ‘I am glad I put on a show against a great champion. He will give nightmares to other fighters. I am happy. This is what I came here for.’

Promoter Frank Warren said: ‘It was a masterclass, the art of boxing. That was one of the best performances I have seen in years from a British boxer. He has just beaten the No 1 fighter in the world. If Floyd Mayweather was watching that he would say that was a fantastic performance.’

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Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul will cost fans a WHOPPING $50 to watch

Fighting fans face having to pay a whooping $50 to watch Floyd Mayweather take on YouTuber-turned-boxer Logan Paul in their money-spinning exhibition fight on June 6

  • Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather fights Logan Paul in an exhibition on June 6 
  • Fanmio confirmed they will be charging $49.99 for worldwide viewers on PPV
  • Mayweather believes he will make in the region of $100m from the exhibition

Fighting fans will have to stump up $50 to watch Floyd Mayweather fight Logan Paul in their exhibition clash on June 6.

The boxing legend’s fight with YouTuber-turned-boxer Paul, which will take place at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida, will be shown on online pay-per-view through Fanmio.

Fanmio confirmed they will be charging $49.99 (£36) for the fight, which is available globally including in the U.S. via fanmio.com and the Fanmio TV / Mobile apps.

Fans face having to pay $50 to watch Floyd Mayweather’s exhibition against Logan Paul

Mayweather’s promotional team described the fight as a ‘historic crossover event’ as the YouTube boxing phenomenon continues to take over the sport in a Tweet earlier this week.

The undefeated great has not stepped in a ring since defeating kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in just over two minutes on New Year’s Eve 2018.

His fight with Paul is the third time that Mayweather has been involved in a crossover event in recent years, having also fought UFC icon Conor McGregor in a £215million fight back in August 2017, which he won via a 10th-round stoppage. 

It has not yet been confirmed who will be fighting on the undercard of Mayweather’s showdown with Paul, but reports claim Jean Pascal’s rematch with Badou Jack for the WBA ‘regular’ light-heavyweight belt will feature on it.

It will be the first time Mayweather has stepped into the ring since December 31, 2018

It will be the first time Mayweather has stepped into the ring since December 31, 2018

Mayweather last fought in an exhibition bout with kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in Japan

Mayweather last fought in an exhibition bout with kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in Japan

Former unified super-welterweight champion Jarrett Hurd will also reportedly return to action against Luis Arias on the show while another celebrity bout has been rumoured as well.

Mayweather, who made in excess of $1billion throughout his illustrious career in the ring, explained why he decided to fight 26-year-old Paul last month.

The 44-year-old to the Disruptive Entrepreneur podcast: ‘I can fight a fighter right now and I can guarantee myself $35million (£25m).

‘I can eventually probably make $50million (£36m), for just a regular fight.

‘Or me and Logan Paul can go out, entertain, have fun and make nine figures $100million (£72m) or more.

Paul (above) will take on Mayweather having lost to fellow YouTuber KSI back in 2019

Paul (above) will take on Mayweather having lost to fellow YouTuber KSI back in 2019

‘Everybody thinks that ‘retired’ means at home with your feet up and picking up weight.

‘I prefer to go out, still entertain and have fun.

‘Just because I still go out, entertain and have fun doesn’t mean that I still wanna fight for 12 rounds.

‘I think we’ve got a six-round exhibition. I think it’s gonna be very entertaining for the people, I think people are gonna love it.

‘$35million for 12 rounds or $100million for six rounds – big difference.’

Logan is joined in the YouTube boxing world by his brother Jake and drew against KSI – who also rose to fame on the online platform – in his first ever boxing fight before losing their rematch in a professional ring back in 2019. 

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