Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul finally got their hands on each other in an exhibition boxing match on June 6 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. With a lot of hype surrounding the match, fans were wondering who would come out the victor.
In the end, no winner was declared as the match went the distance with both Mayweather and Paul getting shots on one another. Despite that, it was very obvious that Mayweather was in control for the majority of the match.
Many fans and athletes alike slammed the boxing match for being a mockery of professional boxing. Now it seems UFC President Dana White had something interesting to say about Floyd Mayweather.
While speaking to TMZ Sports, Dana White stated that he would love to see Floyd Mayweather retire for good as he had an incredible career and that Mayweather shouldn’t compete in silly fights such as his match with Logan Paul.
“I would love to see Floyd retire. He’s had an incredible career and to do these type of fights, it’s silly.”
Mayweather walked out of the boxing match with $100 million, truly living up to his ‘Money’ moniker. So in the end, Mayweather was truly a winner if you ask him and he couldn’t care less what others have to say on the matter.