Mayweather Proves Logan Paul Was NOT A REAL Fight

Mayweather Proves Logan Paul Was NOT A REAL Fight

Mayweather Proves Logan Paul Was NOT a Real Fight!

We have said time and time again all of Logan Paul’s fights are entertainment, they are staged fights like the WWE.

Yes, you have to be in great shape and be able to take punches, but at the end of the day, the fights are choreographed. They look real, but they are made to make Paul look like he’s undefeated… reports that Floyd Mayweather just gave away the secret sauce as you might call it when working with Trill Entertainment and fighting Logan Paul.

Back in June, it was reported that the influencer turned entertainment fighter went the distance with Mayweather. of course Logan even landed a few punches on the undefeated champ, but we all know that was part of the entertainment aspect.

What pissed off every boxing fan around the world was the simple fact that there wasn’t a knockout during the bout. It gave Paul bros. the bragging rights to say Logan went 8 full rounds with one of the GOATs in boxing.

Finally, Floyd Mayweather is speaking out about the bout. Mayweather says no one should’ve been surprised there was no KO … ’cause it wasn’t a real fight.

Floyd Mayweather said this week at the WBC convention:

People have gotta know, there’s a difference between a real fight and an exhibition. I did an exhibition with the YouTuber Logan Paul. We had fun.

Mayweather Traning Different For REAL FIGHT!

If the fight was a REAL fight, Mayweather has a whole other type of training to go up against his opponents … like chopping wood as he did before his Manny Pacquiao fight in 2015.

When it comes to his exhibition (staged fight) against Logan Paul, Floyd says he wasn’t even training that hard.

He revealed:

All I did was work out from time to time…If it was a real fight, it would’ve been a blowout in the first round.

Funny thing is, Logan was thirsty for a rematch telling us back in July if he got a rematch with Floyd:

I promise I’ll knock him out. Promise.

Well, money talks — Mayweather reportedly made at least $30 million for the Logan fight … and like he says:

When it comes to legalized bank robbing, I’m the best.

We would love to see Mayweather in the ring for a REAL fight against Logan Paul because we all know Paul would get knocked out quickly.