'Floyd is BROKE' – Jake Paul claims Mayweather has spent his billions and cannot afford to pay brother Logan for fight | The Sun

JAKE PAUL claimed Floyd Mayweather is too "broke" to pay his brother Logan for their exhibition fight.

Mayweather was taken the full eight round distance by Logan in their June 2021 spectacle .


The boxing legend has since been accused of failing to pay up the full amount to his opponent.

In an interview with Jake in February, which entrepreneur Rob Moore recently posted on Instagram, Mayweather was slammed by the YouTuber.

Jake, 25, said: "Floyd is broke, man. I've been saying it the whole entire time.

"I think he probably spent it on all the girls he pays to be around him."

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Logan, 27, revealed he was set to take Mayweather, 45, to court in a bid to be paid what he is allegedly owed.

And in a post marking a year since their bout, he once again took a swipe at the unbeaten icon.

Logan wrote on Instagram: "He’s hard to hit, but even harder to collect money from. Who should I fight next?"

Mayweather has only once publicly addressed the allegations, while on The Pivot Podcast.

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He said: “This comes with the territory to them, that’s real money, and I like the YouTubers.

"The money on the back end though, from pay-per-view, that takes a while.

“Nothing comes right away. I’m still collecting cheques from fights seven or eight years ago.

“They just hate when the table is turned. Be happy with the biggest payday you ever got in your life.”

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