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Floyd Mayweather 'got hurt the most' in his fight against Logan Paul and was actually bleeding from both ears.
Well, that's according to Paul's boxing trainer anyway.
YouTuber-turned-prize fighter Logan Paul recently took on arguably the greatest boxer of this generation in Floyd Mayweather.
In their highly-anticipated exhibition bout worth hundreds of millions of dollars, no official winner was declared with neither fighter able to finish the bout via knockout.
The entire event was shrouded in controversy and various theories have since been thrown out about the fight with some people even believing it was fixed.
We've certainly heard plenty of wild conspiracies, but perhaps the strangest one may have just come from the mouth of Paul's head coach Milton Lacroix.
According to Lacroix, Paul apparently busted Mayweather's eardrums to the point where the former world champion was visibly bleeding.
"The person who got hurt the most in this fight, I hate to tell you was Floyd," he told Tony Jeffries.
"Because Floyd was bleeding out the both sides of his ears. So I think he had a serious headache. His eardrum popped.
"So, when I went to say something to him the first thing I looked at was his ears, I went, 'Oh s***, this guy's bleeding out of his ears'.
"I was like, I'm not going to say nothing, I'm not even going to shake his hand, I was just looking at his ears.
"I wanted to get back to Logan and say, 'Yo, you busted up his eardrums'.
"Like I said, any big guy coming down on you, it's not going to be an easy task, that's why they have weight classes."
Interestingly, if you look back at replays of the fight itself, you'll struggle to see Mayweather with even a tiny speck of blood on him.
And even during his post-fight press conference, the undefeated 50-0 boxing legend appeared absolutely fine and was having no trouble with answering questions from the media.
If he had, in fact, popped his ear drums then he'd undoubtedly be in a lot of pain.
On the night itself, it's hard to argue that both athletes didn't win retrospectively.
Mayweather kept his perfect, unblemished record in tact while Paul proved he can match it with the very best in the business - well, sort of.
And to top it all off, they both made a truck load of cash for just 24 minutes worth of work.
But when asked what Paul's true plans are, Lacroix admitted he had a rematch against a certain somebody in mind - and it wasn't going to be a dance date with age-old rival KSI.
"If Floyd wants to do it again believe you me we don't mind," Lacroix added.
"If you feel that you knocked us out and beat us up lets get back in the ring and start all over again. We'll go for number two."
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