Jake Paul has revealed he made a 'real fight' offer to Floyd 'Money' Mayweather following their pull-apart brawl in Miami.
Mayweather was at his latest press conference in the build-up to his exhibition bout with Paul's older brother, Logan Paul, when the youngster stole his hat.
And Paul mocked the undefeated fighter after the event, infamously having the phrase 'Gotcha Hat' tattooed onto his leg, selling a merch line under the same phrase, and even dropping a diss track.
However, when speaking to talkSPORT, Paul has now revealed that he challenged Money to a bout, and it wouldn't be an exhibition.
"I don’t do exhibitions," Paul recently told talkSPORT.
"I told Floyd, I actually messaged him and I said ‘Yo, if you want to do a real pro fight at a weight class, then let’s do it.’
"But I think he’s going to retire and that’s probably what’s best for him because my brother is a great fighter, but I’m just built different.
"I would have to take Floyd out and that wouldn’t be good for him."
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Paul's brother Logan took Mayweather to the end of the eighth, leaving the fight with no winner, after reportedly selling over one million pay-per-view buys.
However, if Mayweather is to step into the ring against Paul, the YouTuber turned professional boxer wants Mayweather to put his perfect record on the line.
Mayweather is 50-0, and he has won 27 bouts via KO.
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