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Paul and Mayweather clashed in their lucrative eight-round exhibition fight earlier this month at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida.
The 26-year-old YouTuber stunned fans by going the distance against Mayweather as he claimed "Father Time is catching up" with the boxing legend.
According to earlier reports, Mayweather walked away from the Paul clash with a hefty $25m from pay-per-view sales thanks to his 50 per cent share.
White previously hit out at the Mayweather vs Paul bout by saying that it "wasn't a f*****g boxing match" and there is "always going to be a market for that kind of stuff."
The 51-year-old UFC chief has no love lost for Paul's younger brother as he has questioned the 24-year-old's PPV sales numbers for Triller Fight Club.
Speaking at his UFC 263 post-fight press conference on Saturday, White said: "Jake, the other brother? He didn't do a million [buys].
"His brother [Logan] did a million. Him and Floyd did a million.
"So, last time we had a press conference I told you all the Triller stuff was a bunch of bulls**t. They're lying.
"The numbers... Those guys [Logan and Floyd] really did that number. That's a real number. They did that.
"Jake didn't do that. Logan and Floyd did, and good for them. That's a real number, they really did that and good for them."
Paul claimed that his first-round stoppage win over ex-UFC fighter Ben Askren in April brought in an incredible 1.5m pay-per-view buys.
The YouTuber-turned-boxer has notched up a 3-0 professional boxing record since his debut against YouTuber AnEsonGib in January 2020.
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