Floyd Mayweather Calls Out 50 Cent And Jake Paul For 2021 Boxing Bouts
Everyone wants a piece of Floyd Mayweather.
Since the beginning of this year, he's been called out by the likes of Manny Pacquiao, Conor McGregor, both Paul brothers and many others.
Even rap icon 50 Cent recently reignited their age-old feud by throwing down the gauntlet to the 43-year-old boxing great.
But with his upcoming exhibition bout against Logan Paul put on the shelf due to ongoing purse negotiations, it seems Mayweather has decided to use his spare time wisely and return serve to all the people who previously called him out.
Mayweather has now taken to social media to post three mock-up posters to promote proposed bouts against Logan Paul, Jake Paul and then 50 Cent.
And while the design job on the posters looks pretty cheap (come on Floyd you can do better than that mate), it's clear that he's deadly serious about getting back in the ring in 2021.
"This year I will focus on several exhibitions," he said in the caption.
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"I will have an exhibition in Tokyo, Japan again. Of course the one with Logan Paul and I; and if Jake Paul can get past his next opponent Ben Askren, I will have an exhibition with him as well. I also heard that 50 Cent would fight me but claims I'm too small. If he wants to lace up at the end of the year, we can do an exhibition then. I don't care about weight class with any of these guys. The Paul brothers will make great money with the events, but with 50 cent It has to be "Winner Take All".
Talks of a rematch with both McGregor and Pacquiao has boxing purists interested, but it's hard to deny that exhibitions against the Paul brothers and 50 Cent wouldn't be appealing for the man simply known as 'Money'.
They'd undoubtedly sell a huge amount of Pay Per Views, which in Mayweather's eyes equals truck loads of cash.
And at 43 years of age with an unblemished 50-0 record, he hasn't got much else inside the ring.
Mayweather hasn't fought professionally in over three years, most recently taking on Tenshin Nasukawa in a rather bizarre series of events which resulted in the undefeated Japanese kickboxer crying after his first round defeat.
If Floyd sticks to his word and the celebrity exhibition bouts go ahead, you can't imagine 50 Cent or the Paul Brothers shedding tears after a defeat - although it would be pretty funny.
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@floydmayweather
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