Jake Paul would refuse to meet Floyd Mayweather’s demands for fight

Jake Paul has revealed that he does not expect to take on boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather in the ring, with demands difficult to meet between the pair.

The 24-year-old watched his brother Logan face Mayweather in a six-round exhibition contest having previously crashed the pre-fight press conference and snatched the ring legend's hat.

But Paul does not believe he will ever follow in his brother's footsteps and face Mayweather in the ring, due to the huge weight disparity that would be needed to be resolved to square off in the future.

“I don’t think it’ll happen,” Paul told Dexerto. “He wants me to cut down to 147lbs, and then he’ll fight me. So, before he fought my brother, we were ‘fake fighters.’

"And now, he will only fight Jake Paul if I cut to 147lbs, which is physically impossible for me to cut that much.”

Paul almost threatened to steal the show from his brother at the fiery scenes in Miami back in May, as Mayweather chased the YouTube star after he stole his hat after the face-off.

The American with over 20 million subscribers on YouTube, has ignited multiple feuds during his time in boxing, and has also called out current pound-for-pound king Canelo Alvarez.

But it now looks unlikely that Paul could face Mayweather, with the 50-0 boxer insisting that he will remain at his best weight if the fight is to happen.

"Jake Paul talked about me and him fighting in a real fight,” he said in a June interview with Rob Moore.

“If it’s a real fight, then I’ll go down to my real fighting weight class, which is 147 pounds or 154 pounds. If Jake Paul can come down to 154 pounds, then we can see his skills.”

The American, with over 20 million subscribers on YouTube, has ignited multiple feuds during his time in boxing, and has also called out current pound-for-pound king Canelo Alvarez.

More recently, Paul has been in a war of words with Conor McGregor labelling him a 'piece of s***' after his defeat to Dustin Poirier at UFC 264.

He has frequently called for the Irishman to meet him in the boxing ring, after McGregor made his first appearance at a blockbuster event against his brother's opponent Mayweather back in 2017.

However, it is unlikely to happen in the near future with Paul up against former UFC star Tyron Woodley in his next fight later in the year.

He has made a bold prediction that the fight will go 'no longer than three rounds' when the pair take to the ring in August, and has also made a tattoo bet with his opponent for the loser.

A world title fight has also been added to the undercard of the event in Ohio, with unified featherweight champion Amanda Serrano taking on Yamileth Mercado for her WBC and WBO belts.

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