Floyd Mayweather only trains ‘occasionally’ and ‘had no camp’ for Logan Paul showdown

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Floyd Mayweather only trains ‘occasionally’ and ‘had no camp’ for the showdown with Logan Paul, but the 44-year-old insists fans will see what great shape he is in

  • Floyd Mayweather Only Trained ‘Occasionally’ For His Fight With Logan Paul
  • He also rejected claims that photos of his bloodied sparring gloves were faked
  • Mayweather fights YouTuber Paul in an exhibition fight in Miami on Sunday night

Floyd Mayweather has revealed how disdainful he is of any threat from Logan Paul in their fight on Sunday by saying he hasn’t bothered to train properly.

Mayweather, arguably the best boxer, takes on the YouTuber turned boxer in an exhibition fight in Miami.

The build-up has sparked much controversy, with Mayweather brawling with Paul’s younger brother Jake in a pre-fight event, and much nonsense between Logan and the boxing legend.

Floyd Mayweather Revealed He Only Trained ‘Occasionally’ For His Fight Against Logan Paul

Mayweather and Paul face each other in a lucrative exhibition fight in Miami on Sunday

Mayweather and Paul face each other in a lucrative exhibition fight in Miami on Sunday

Several other professional boxers have argued that Mayweather entering the fight is disrespectful to the sport, as Paul has just fought twice before in two exhibitions against fellow YouTuber KSI.

While Mayweather has hit back at the disrespectful claims, it’s clear he sees little threat from Paul as he revealed his extremely limited pre-fight training regimen.

‘I had no camp. I just went to the gym every now and then to shake every now and then. You know, spar every now and then,” he said Boxing Social.

Even when asked about Paul’s height and reach as potential strengths in the fight, Mayweather laughed off any suggestion of a real match.

Paul has only fought two previous boxing matches so far, both against fellow YouTuber KSI

“I just want to go out and have fun. I’m going out and doing what I’m good at,” the 44-year-old told Showtime Sports.

“He’s counting on his height. He counts on his reach. So we’ll see. I’m in good shape, you’ll see.’

Mayweather’s final firing from Paul came when he revealed he hasn’t even bothered to look at his two previous fights, but is confident he knows what the 26-year-old’s tactics will be.

‘No. I’m sorry ladies and gentlemen, but I don’t really know Jake or Logan Paul,’ he said.

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