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Jake Paul accuses Floyd Mayweather of ‘ruining the sport to pay his unpaid taxes’ after Deji fight

Jake Paul accuses Floyd Mayweather of ‘ruining the sport to pay his unpaid taxes’ after Deji fight… as YouTuber-turned-boxer claims Money ‘refused to do his ring-walk until he left’

  • Floyd Mayweather stopped YouTuber Deji in the sixth round of their exhibition
  • Jake Paul was in attendance at the exhibition match in Dubai on Sunday night
  • He took to Twitter after the fight to claim the legend ‘ruined’ the sport
  • Paul had previously clashed with Tommy and John Fury during the former’s match
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YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul accused legend Floyd Mayweather of ‘destroying’ the sport on Sunday.

Mayweather danced and laughed his way through the majority of his clash with Deji before claiming a stoppage victory in the sixth round.

The towering 50-0 star shared the ring with 1-3 YouTuber Deji – real name Oladeji Olatunji – with the contest waved off at the first sign of his opponent’s distress at the Coca-Cola Arena in Dubai.

Floyd Mayweather stopped YouTuber Deji in the sixth round of their exhibition fight in Dubai

Floyd Mayweather stopped YouTuber Deji in the sixth round of their exhibition fight in Dubai

YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul accused legend Floyd Mayweather of 'ruining' the sport

YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul accused legend Floyd Mayweather of ‘ruining’ the sport

Paul took to Twitter to rip into the boxing legend, accusing him of ruining it to pay his taxes

Paul took to Twitter to rip into the boxing legend, accusing him of ruining it to pay his taxes

Paul took to Twitter to rip into Mayweather and the exhibition fight, writing: ‘Floyd Mayweather is destroying the sport of boxing to pay his unpaid taxes.’

Paul was present at the show in Dubai and sat ringside. However, he almost ended up in a fight by himself.

Furious clashes with both Tommy Fury and his father John after the Love Island star produced a lackluster performance in his short-lived exhibition match against Rolly Lambert.

Mayweather reportedly refused to go down to the ring his fight until Paul left the arena.

Paul vented his frustrations with the legendary fighter on social media, stating that Mayweather demanded his exit from the venue. “Floyd wouldn’t fight unless I left,” Paul wrote on his Instagram story. ‘Overcome ego.’

Fury, 8-0, was set for his ninth professional outing on the undercard of Floyd Mayweather’s exhibition fight against YouTuber Deji in Dubai before his match-up against Paul Bamba was scrapped at the last minute due to a dispute over the weight of the giant.

In the stepped-up cruiserweight Lambert, the pair split six rounds of very little action – drawing audible boos from the Coca-Cola Arena crowd – in their exhibition bout, with Paul mocking the action on commentary throughout.

Paul engaged in a ringside spat with both Tommy and John Fury after the former's match

Paul engaged in a ringside spat with both Tommy and John Fury after the former’s match

Fury and Paul have twice been scheduled to fight, with the former forced to pull out on both occasions, firstly due to injury and secondly being banned from traveling to the US.

And the pair, who have hurled insults at each other on numerous occasions, were at it again, as Paul screamed ‘you’re a piece of shit’ and ‘you’ve got no d**k’ at Fury as the show took place.

Fury reacted throughout the fight, calling his long-term rival a ‘b***h’ during the third round of his six-round clash. But it was after the match that the furious exchange between Paul and both Tommy and John Fury began.

The older rage ripped off his shirt and threatened Paul to join him in the ring

The older rage ripped off his shirt and threatened Paul to join him in the ring

It started with John climbing into the ring, ripping off his shirt and pleading with Paul to join him in the squared circle, shouting: ‘Forget my son, I’m the king of the naked man.’

Paul, meanwhile, responded with: ‘You’re a miserable old man. Come fight me now.’

Tommy Fury, who is now without a professional fight since his six-round win over Daniel Bocianski in April, then joined the equation, stating: ‘There’s some ringside b***h that I want in the ring now .

“Tell him to come in here because he would never have the b***h to come in here and fight a man of this caliber on a few hours notice.”