Logan Paul brands Floyd Mayweather a ‘dirty little rat’ in row over unpaid fight

Logan Paul has again lashed out at Floyd Mayweather after accusing the five-weight boxing world champion of failing to pay him for their drawn exhibition boxing bout from June.

The 26-year-old YouTube star took on the 50-0 professional in a bizarre match-up billed as 'Bragging Rights' which took place in Florida's Hard Rock Stadium.

The 6ft 2in novice and the 5ft 8in supremo cancelled each other out across the eight-round event, with the 44-year-old admitting that he was taken by surprise on the night.

With the bout not being scored, it essentially ended as a draw, but what has followed the respectful ending to the evening has been a feud led by a fuming Logan.

On his Instagram story last week, Logan wrote: "Pay me my money u f****** corny weasel of a human @floydmayweather."

Mayweather, who is the highest grossing boxer in PPV history, had said that he was looking to walk away with around £72million from the bout, with Paul's earnings an estimated £3.91million.

Logan has since responded after seeing Daily Star Sport's Floyd Mayweather earned so much from Logan Paul fight he could buy Jeff Bezos' jet.

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He said: "Yeah because the dirty little rat hasn’t paid me yet lol. It’s been 6 months.

"But no worries @Floydmayweather, @KSI and I are going to make back the money you stole from me & more. January 4."

Logan and his former rival KSI have teased a joint announcement which will be revealed on Tuesday – with fans harbouring several different theories from a potential third bout to a NFT venture.

Younger brother Jake has since responded, adding to his feud with UFC boss Dana White.

He said: "Dana and Floyd should be best friends. They don’t want to pay anyone."

Mayweather was spotted watching Brit Anthony Joshua train earlier this week ahead of his rematch with Oleksandr Usyk, making good on a promise to help him regain his belts.

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