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Logan Paul Says He Will Retire Immediately After Floyd Mayweather Fight

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Logan Paul Says He Will Retire Immediately After Floyd Mayweather Fight

Logan Paul has claimed that he will retire from boxing after his fight with Floyd Mayweather.

The pair meet in an exhibition bout on Sunday, 6th June and had their first face to face meeting last week in a press conference.

Jake Paul, Logan's brother, stole the limelight as a WWE-style melee broke out when he took Floyd Mayweather's hat off his head, causing quite the commotion.

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Mayweather claimed he is so confident about the result of his fight with Logan Paul that he would be willing to fight both of the brothers on the same night.

You would be that confident when your professional record is 50-0 against real, professional fighters and a slew of the best to ever do it inside the squared circle.

Paul, however, is more confident than ever.

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"I'm about to send Floyd back to retirement... and then retire myself and not give him the rematch," Logan Paul said jokingly in his behind the scenes YouTube video.

"This is a f***ing fight fight, they're saying it's an exhibition but it's not.

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"What exhibition is 8x3 minute rounds? B**** I'm in training camp! So is he [Floyd]!

"He kicked his stripper fiancee out of his mansion so he could focus on this fight. I've seen the headlines. He kicked her out so he could focus."

Mayweather's last professional fight was against Conor McGregor in August 2017, where he emerged victorious with a 10th round stoppage. He has since had one exhibition bout in Japan, making easy work of young kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa on New Year's Eve 2018.

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Logan's professional record is 0-1, with the loss coming against KSI.

Topics: Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul, Logan Paul, Boxing, Jake Paul, Floyd Mayweather

Adam Hamdani
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