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Floyd Mayweather With a Full Training Camp Would’ve F****D Up Logan Paul Says Mayweather’s Manager

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Floyd Mayweather not being able to knock out Logan Paul in an eight-round fight was the most unexpected result of the night. The Youtuber managed to survive the entire fight without facing too much trouble. However “The Money” still dominated the majority of fight. And he showed the entire world that he still possesses the same technical skill at the age of 44.

However, “The Maverick” should consider this fight as a moral victory. Because many people believed that he would not be able to survive the entire fight. But there were some questions around Floyd Mayweather’s training camp after the exhibition match.

The Pretty boy’s manager Leonardo Ellerbe gave some of his insights about the fight in a nutshell. “You know it’s different, this guy is 26 years old. He trains six days a week. I’m telling you Floyd was not lying. Floyd was maybe training twice a week, trained once a day.”His manager also confidently claimed that “He would have f***** him up. The little guy was walking down the bug guy. But again Floyd isn’t taking things seriously. Because this is an exhibition fight. But I knew it would be a very entertaining fight.” 

Regardless both the fighters had fun during the fight and will enjoy the big payday that they earned from this exhibition match.

Also read: HEATED! An Angry Tyron Woodley and Jake Paul Got Into an Intense Altercation During Their First Faceoff

Leonardo Ellerbe comments on the possibilities of the Floyd Mayweather Vs Conor McGregor rematch

While speaking to TheMacLife Leonardo indicated that ” I didn’t say it was on the table. But I said that Conor McGregor could get it. He also gave a verdict about how things would turn out.“Floyd would beat his ass. No, It’s not personal. Conor is a cool dude. But I’m just saying that Conor talks a lot of shit. Cause that’s what he does.”

However, a rematch against Conor McGregor would break all records. As both fighters are known for their showmanship and the first fight was very personal. So everyone would be interested to tune in for the fight. But Conor McGregor’s current focus will be to defeat Dustin Poirier in their upcoming fight at UFC 264.

In the end, any fighter that Floyd Mayweather chooses to fight in the future will grab the attention worldwide. But it will be compelling to watch a Floyd Mayweather Vs Conor McGregor 2 as there is a lot of history behind the first fight.

Also read: “McGregor is Ducking Me” – Jake Paul Calls Out the “Notorious” After Logan Paul’s Impressive Performance Against Floyd Mayweather

 

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