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“His age is finally kicking in a little bit,” Logan Paul claims that he was never hurt in Floyd Mayweather boxing match

Logan Paul refutes the claims that he was hurt during the boxing match against Floyd Mayweather and says his age was kicking in during the fight.

Logan Paul and Floyd Mayweather

The Youtuber turned professional boxer, Logan Paul entered the boxing match against one of the greatest boxers of all time, Floyd Mayweather this morning. Honestly, no one expected Paul to go the distance against Mayweather but he defeated the odds and survived all eight rounds against ‘Money’.

According to the rules of this match, there were no judges to score it. So the only way the fight could end was via knockout and none of these two boxers managed to secure a knockout. That’s why this fight ended as a draw.

Many people claimed after the fight that Mayweather went the distance for the sake of entertainment only. But Logan Paul doesn’t believe so, in the post-match press conference he says,

“This goes without saying, but he’s definitely the most skilled fighter that I’ve ever gone against, every little error I made, he capitalized on and I felt that immediately. It’s an honor. It’s an honor, but I can’t say that I wasn’t prepared.”

“He was a little slower than I expected, I imagine his age is finally kicking in a little bit. Father Time, even a specimen like Floyd Mayweather, I imagine he could feel it a little bit.” {H/T MMA Fighting}

Logan Paul says that Floyd Mayweather’s time is up now

Mayweather and Paul

Floyd Mayweather returned to the boxing ring for this fight almost after four years, since his last fight against Conor McGregor in 2017. He faced a much younger opponent than him in the form of Logan Paul and Paul believes in this match his age was finally kicking in.

Paul added, “You could tell when he turned it on a little bit, He blessed me with this opportunity and I’m happy about that and I don’t want to sit here after the fact and talk sh*t. But I think his age finally came into play.”

“I could see it. He was coming forward, he was putting the pressure on me and then he started breathing a little heavier around five and six. He stopped coming forward and I had a second wind.” {H/T MMA Fighting}

“I mean, who knows? It’s my f*cking second opponent. Give me a break, I don’t know, I’m happy. I’m going to go jump in the water and get drunk.”

Also Read: Paul vs Mayweather: Paul survives 8 rounds with Mayweather.