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RUN OF THE MILL – Floyd Mayweather claims he makes ‘$300m A MONTH’ after Jake Paul accused the boxing legend of being ‘broke’

BOXING legend Floyd Mayweather claims he earns $300million every month after Jake Paul accused the 50-0 star of being “broke”.

Money, 45, fought the YouTuber’s brother Logan in an exhibition boxing bout in June 2021.

Mayweather fought Logan Paul in a June 2021 exhibition
The Paul brothers branded Mayweather ‘broke’ after saying they didn’t receive full share of the purse
Jake Paul slammed Mayweather, who hit back claiming he earns $300m every MONTH
The entertaining bout finished with no clear winner after eight energetic rounds in Miami.

But the Paul brothers have slammed Mayweather since the event, with both claiming Logan didn’t receive his full share of the purse.

In an interview with Jake in February, which entrepreneur Rob Moore recently posted on Instagram, Mayweather was slammed by the YouTuber.

Jake, 25, said: “Floyd is broke, man. I’ve been saying it the whole entire time.”

But Mayweather – who remains unbeaten in pro boxing and boasts a 50-0 record – has now said he earns mega-money every month.

Speaking after entering the Boxing Hall of Fame, Money said: “I will continue to give back to the sport of boxing in my time, and I will also give back financially because I got it.

“To my team, my guys in New York, and my other real estate team that’s here today, we can’t be stopped.

“In 32 months, I put myself in a position with a smart business team to make $300m a month.
“It all started from the sport of boxing.”
Mayweather continues to top up his bank balance with lucrative exhibition bouts.

He recently dominated Don Moore as the veterans went head-to-head in Abu Dhabi.
While SunSport revealed how he offered UFC star Conor McGregor $157m for a rematch of their 2017 showdown.
And later on his this year he’ll head to Japan to take on MMA fighter Mikuru Asakura.

Floyd has only publically addressed the allegations once.
He told the Pivot Podcast: “This comes with the territory to them, that’s real money, and I like the YouTubers.
“The money on the back end though, from pay-per-view, that takes a while.
“Nothing comes right away. I’m still collecting cheques from fights seven or eight years ago.
“They just hate when the table is turned. Be happy with the biggest payday you ever got in your life.”

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