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Jake Paul calls out Floyd Mayweather to put his 50-0 record on the line in pro fight

Fifteen times world champion Floyd Mayweather may be having an exhibition fight against YouTuber Logan Paul, but Jake is not going to be on the same boat.

After beating UFC star Conor McGregor back in August 2017, Mayweather bid adieu to his more than two decades spanning undefeated professional boxing career, retiring with an impeccable 50-0 record.

Since then, “Money” has been featured in an exhibition bout against Tenshin Nasukawa back on 31st December 2018, winning the three round fight via a first round TKO, and will be pitted against Logan Paul (0-1) in another exhibition fight on 6th June this year at the Hard Rock Stadium, carried by Showtime PPV.

I’m not doing like the circus exhibition: Jake wants pro bout against Mayweather

Meanwhile, Jake Paul, who marked his third pro boxing win over Ben Askren on 17th April, knocking out the former MMA star in the first round. Since then, Jake has stemmed up a feud against Mayweather and a recent ‘gotcha hat’ incident has taken it a step further.

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Jake Paul calls out Floyd Mayweather to put his 50-0 record on the line in pro fight - THE SPORTS ROOM
Jake Paul landed knockout win against against multi-promotion MMA champion Ben Askren at the Mercedes Benz Stadium on 17th April, marking his third professional victory.

Now, the 24-year-old has expressed his desire to face Mayweather after his sibling does, but unlike Logan, who has been doing exhibition fights so far, Jake wants this to be an all-out professional fight, with Mayweather’s undefeated record on the line.

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“I don’t want to do exhibitions and I think that’s the difference between Floyd and I and even my brother and I,” Jake said in a recent interview with The Sun, “I want legitimate pro fights that are sanctioned, I want to build my pro record. I don’t think Floyd would actually fight me outside of an exhibition as he doesn’t want to risk his record.”

“Maybe if we can come to some kind of agreement around that, I’d fight Floyd. But I’m not doing like the circus, exhibition s***,” he added.

Point to be noted, while Jake is 3-0 in his professional boxing career, he has never fought a professional boxer so far. Prior to Askren, Jake defeated fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib in January 2020, followed by a brutal KO of former NBA star Nate Robinson in the undercard of Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr in November last year.


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