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Mayweather, who retired from boxing undefeated with a 50-0 record, has had a heated build-up with Paul ahead of the forthcoming clash.
The Mayweather vs Paul pay-per-view will be shown live in the UK at around 4am on Monday.
And boxing fans will have to splash out £16.95 to purchase the fight from Sky Sports Box Office in the UK.
Mayweather has now revealed that he will walk away with a lucrative payday from the Paul bout.
The undefeated former boxer claims that he has already secured a hefty $30m (£21m) from the build-up to the fight.
However, Mayweather added that he could make an astonishing $100m [£70m] on top of the $30m he has already pocketed.
"For the build-up so far, I've made something upwards of 30million," Money told TMZ.
"[I'll make] Between 50 and 100 [million]. Not bad for the Mayweather zone."
Paul, 26, has only fought in one professional boxing bout against YouTube rival KSI, which ended in a split-decision defeat at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Mayweather, on the other hand, has claimed that he is in a tricky position when it comes to approaching the fight.
"To me, it's a win-win but I'm in a no-win because if I knock him out fast in the first round, they're gonna be like, 'Aw, man, this wasn't worth it,'" he said.
"If I let it go a few rounds and drag it out, they're gonna be like, 'Aw, man, he let a YouTuber hang in it for a few rounds.'
"But it is what it is. We're gonna have some fun [on] Sunday."
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