Jake Paul taunts Floyd Mayweather's punching power and claims boxer landed uppercut on him in Logan Paul face-off brawl

JAKE PAUL has mocked Floyd Mayweather's punching power by claiming the legendary boxer 'doesn't hit hard.'

The pair came to blows last month after Paul stole Mayweather's hat moments after his brother's pre-fight press conference with the 44-year-old.

The pair were eventually separated, but not before a fired-up Mayweather landed an uppercut flush on The Problem Child.

In an interview with Showtime, Paul recalled: “It was a uppercut. You hear like you hear it smack!

"His bodyguards were holding me back and my face was like this (leans forward head first).

"And he's like, 'What the f**k?' and hits me with an uppercut.

“And he freaks out and says he wants to kill me and like it’s pretty hilarious.

"To be honest, and I told my brother this, the guy doesn't hit hard."


Paul's older brother, Logan, is gearing up to face Mayweather in an exhibition match early on Monday morning.

But the YouTuber has claimed to be in the dark over the rules for his clash with the former five-weight world champion.

During an appearance on the True Geordie Podcast, he said: "I don't know how this is possible but I do not know.

"I'm hearing 10oz, 12oz [gloves]. I'm hearing eight rounds, I'm hearing three minutes, I'm hearing two minutes, I don't f***ing know."

He added: "We're prepared for anything.

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"We did a legit proper camp. We're doing hard sparring rounds, 10-12 rounds, three different guys, we're ready."

Mayweather hasn't set foot inside the ring since his 2018 exhibition with Japanese kickboxing sensation Tenshin Nasukawa, whom he stopped in just over two minutes.

Money is brimming with confidence ahead of his clash with the 0-1 Paul, so much so he hasn't devised a game plan for taking out The Maverick.

During an interview with Barstool Sports, he said: No strategy, I've just gotta show up.

"If I want it to go one round, it'll go one round. If I want it to go two, (it'll go) two. It's all up to me."

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