Logan Paul insists he’s ‘not too bad’ after avoiding being knocked out by Floyd Mayweather

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Logan Paul insists he’s ‘not too bad’ after avoiding being knocked out by Floyd Mayweather – as the YouTuber-turned-boxer shares a photo with barely any bruises on his face

  • Logan Paul Says He’s ‘Not Too Bad’ After His Fight With Floyd Mayweather
  • The YouTuber-turned-boxer managed to avoid being knocked out
  • Paul tweeted a picture of himself with only minor bruises on his face
  • The exhibition clash went all the way but there was no official winner

Logan Paul says he is “not too bad” after surviving eight rounds with Floyd Mayweather in their practice fight on Sunday.

The boxer turned YouTuber managed to avoid being knocked out by the undefeated Mayweather, who, depending on TV revenue, could earn $100 million.

Although Mayweather dominated the match, Paul indicated that he had not deteriorated from wear and tear.

Logan Paul says he's 'not too bad' after surviving eight rounds with Floyd Mayweather

Logan Paul says he’s ‘not too bad’ after surviving eight rounds with Floyd Mayweather

The social media star, who lost his only professional fight with KSI in 2019, shared a photo of him with minor bruises around his eyes and one atop his chest alongside the caption: ‘not too bad’.

Rules stated that there could not be an official winner, but there could be a knockout determined by the referee.

The fight went to extremes, but both boxers have been criticized by fans, who each paid £17 to watch the fight in the UK and about $50 to watch in the US.

The YouTuber-turned-boxer managed to avoid being knocked out by the undefeated Mayweather

The YouTuber-turned-boxer managed to avoid being knocked out by the undefeated Mayweather

The YouTuber-turned-boxer managed to avoid being knocked out by the undefeated Mayweather

Some even suggested Mayweather threw the fight after footage appeared in which he appeared to hold up Paul instead of dropping him to the ground.

The clip during the fight shows an exhausted Paul stepping back towards the ropes before the social media sensation appeared to extend a heavy right hand.

Mayweather was able to dodge the hook with ease and responded with a punch from himself, which slammed into Paul’s head. The 26-year-old then slumped forward toward “Money,” who promptly unleashed an uppercut.

The odds were stacked solidly against Paul entering the game, and the evening seemed to be over for him after he visibly slumped forward to Mayweather.

The clip during the fight shows an exhausted Paul stepping back towards the ropes before the social media sensation appeared to extend a heavy right hand.

Mayweather was able to dodge the hook with ease and responded with a punch from himself, which slammed into Paul’s head. The 26-year-old then slumped forward toward “Money,” who promptly unleashed an uppercut.

The odds were stacked solidly against Paul entering the game, and the evening seemed to be over for him after he visibly slumped forward to Mayweather.

Boxing fans have argued that Mayweather may have thrown the fight against the social media star

Boxing fans have argued that Mayweather may have thrown the fight against the social media star

Boxing fans have argued that Mayweather may have thrown the fight against the social media star

Paul slumped forward on Mayweather on several points during their much-watched match

Paul slumped forward on Mayweather on several points during their much-watched match

Paul slumped forward on Mayweather on several points during their much-watched match

In the clip, Mayweather appears to be using both arms to prop up his rival, preventing him from falling and stopping the fight early.

And after the video surfaced on social media in the hours after the fight, some fans wondered if Paul had indeed been knocked out by the former world champion boxer.

Paul himself joked that Mayweather may have let him “survive.”

After the fight, he said, “This is still one of the best moments of my life… damn, I’m happy. You never know with this guy, I go home thinking, ‘Yo, did Floyd let me survive?’

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