Jake Paul challenges Floyd Mayweather to “real fight, no exhibition” inside boxing ring

By Allan Fox: Jake Paul has challenged Floyd Mayweather Jr to a “real fight” inside the boxing ring, “No exhibition, robbing fans” stuff after the fading star confronted him, backed by a group of his team, following a basketball game on Wednesday in Miami.

Jake says he isn’t going to fight “50 dudes” that were with Mayweather, so he beat cheeks to get away as fast as his feet could carry him to avoid being jumped.

According to the 26-year-old Jake, Mayweather is still bitter about him grabbing his hat years ago and then running with it. Jake says Mayweather needs to “get over it,” but it doesn’t appear he has.

The recently beaten Youtuber/boxer Jake Paul says Mayweather won’t fight him in a boxing match and says he won’t be “robbing fans” by doing exhibition matches.

It would seem that the fans are no longer interested in Mayweather’s exhibition matches, so it makes sense for Jake to avoid agreeing to indulge him in one of these heists that won’t sell on PPV and won’t bring people to see it.

Jake said on Instagram that he left the Miami Heat basketball game when he was confronted by Mayweather and “50 dudes” in a “side alley.”

“So I’m leaving the Miami Heat game, and Floyd Mayweather and 50 dudes pull up out of nowhere, out of like some side alley, waiting for me outside the stadium,” said Paul on Instagram.

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“What did I say to you, Floyd? I just took your hat, and you’re still mad about it? And then 50 dudes literally start surrounding me to jump me, and I’m out that b—-, ok?”

“You want run it one on one, no problem. But I’m not dumb. Okay? I’m tough; I don’t need to prove my toughness., but I’m not f—ing dumb. I’m not going to sit there and try to fight 50 dudes.”

For some reason, Mayweather seems to be against the idea of resuming his boxing career. Is it because he could get hurt by a young fighter like Jake Paul? Who knows?

Some fans believe Mayweather doesn’t want to risk having his carefully crafted 50-0 record tarnished by taking his first loss, so instead of risking a defeat, Floyd focuses only on exhibition matches against opposition with no chance of knocking him out and/or making him look bad.