Logan Paul claims he's 'beating up legitimate undefeated boxers' in sparring and says ring is 'covered in f***ing blood'

LOGAN PAUL claimed he is 'beating up legitimate undefeated boxers' in sparring and says his ring is 'covered in f***ing blood'.

The YouTuber is training to face boxing legend Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition bout this year.

Paul is preparing for the fight in his Los Angeles home, where he has a gym built on site with a ring outdoors.

The 25-year-old has been training constantly since his first ever boxing match in 2018 and warned he is leaving experienced sparring partners bloodied and shocked.

Paul said on his podcast: "We really do this s***. We really do this s***, it's all we do, everyday for the past three years.

"Trained this morning, trained yesterday, trained the day before, eating healthy, going to sleep at the right time – it's all we f***ing do.

"If I was walking in there, a complete noob, my first year of boxing, my second year of boxing even, then like OK, maybe a little anxious.

"I don't know how long it takes to finally get good as something but I'm there.

"We're beating up legitimate boxers, legitimate professional, undefeated boxers in my backyard.

"Go look at the canvas out there dawg, it's covered in f***ing blood, none of it's mine."


Mayweather, 44, officially retired in 2017, after sealing a perfect 50-0 record having beaten UFC star Conor McGregor in ten rounds.

He did return a year later, wiping out featherweight kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in round one of their exhibition.

It was the only time the unbeaten all-time great ever boxed outside of the US and his first away from Las Vegas since 2005.

But he will make a comeback for a similar spectacle against internet sensation Paul.

American vlogger Paul has boxed only twice before, both against online rival KSI.

The first time they drew in a white collar bout in England before turning pro for their rematch in November 2019.

KSI, 27, ended up winning by split-decision after a two point deduction cost Paul the result.

Mayweather recently revealed his bout with Paul, set for February 20, was postponed as they want a live crowd to be in attendance.

The American icon named the Las Vegas Raiders' new NFL stadium as a potential host, as it can hold up to 80,000 fight fans.

US broadcasters Showtime are now also set to televise the fight, extending their history with Mayweather.

He signed a six-fight deal worth a then record £150million in 2013, and his last seven wins all came on the CBS-owned network.

Mayweather sold NINE MILLION pay-per-views combined for his two fights against Manny Pacquiao, 42, and McGregor, 32.

But Paul is confident their boxing extravaganza will match those records with the help of Mayweather's long-time advisor Al Haymon.

He said: “I think I can say, I believe Al Haymon just went on Showtime and announced that it’ll be on Showtime.

“Al Haymon’s now involved. We’re going to do it right at the highest level of any massive, massive boxing event. Let’s get it."

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