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The 26-year-old YouTuber surprised many fans after he went the full eight rounds in his fight with Mayweather at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida, on Sunday.
Mayweather dominated Paul in their exhibition showdown, but the 44-year-old American superstar was unable to KO his opponent.
Paul tried to fight back against the boxing legend and even launched an all-out attack at the end of the opening round with a flurry of wild punches.
Tyson made an appearance on Paul's Impaulsive podcast in 2020 and offered his prediction for the Mayweather fight, which was initially slated for February before it was postponed.
When Paul's co-host asked him for a prediction, the Baddest Man on the Planet simply responded: "Floyd's gonna beat his f*****g a**e."
Speaking after the Mayweather bout, Paul revealed that he has "made a list of everyone who said I'd lose this fight."
While the YouTube star said that he 'loves' Tyson, he called out Iron Mike over his claim that Mayweather would "beat his f*****g a**e."
Paul explained at his post-fight press conference: "I made a list of everyone who said I'd lose this fight.
"I made a list of everyone who said Floyd was gonna dictate exactly how it went. I'm posting it, you're all f****d. Mike Tyson's on it. I love Mike Tyson, but he's on it.
"He told me on my own podcast, 'Floyd's gonna beat his f*****g a**e.' That's what he said. Floyd didn't beat my f*****g a**e, Mike!"
Mayweather, who retired with a 50-0 boxing record in 2017, hailed Paul as a "tough competitor" and admitted he was "surprised" by his performance.
"He's a tough competitor, I'm surprised by him tonight," Money said.
"You got to realise I'm not 21 anymore, but it's good to move around with these young guys, test my skills just to have some fun."
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