- Floyd Mayweather admitted that Logan Paul proved to him that he was a good fighter
- The pair went the entire eight rounds without being knocked out cold or wobbling feet
- The 43-year-old is understood to be interested in fighting UFC star Conor McGregor for the second time
Logan managed to finish the fight standing on his feet without being put on the canvass by the former world boxing champion.
The YouTuber started the fight with so much energy and tried to use his body weight to weaken the Money Man.
But as the fight progressed further, Mayweather produced some key shots in the fight but the 26-year-old slowed down the pace of the contest by holding his much older and lighter opponent.
Since the fight was not going to produce a winner and there were no point-deduction for offenses like holding, Logan made the most of the contest.
The YouTuber showed tiredness in the last three rounds and tried to frustrate Mayweather in the entire fight with his holding tactics.
At the end of the eighth round, Logan hoisted his hands up as he did the unbelievable by not being knocked out by his experienced 50-0 challenger.
During the post-match interview, Mayweather admitted that Logan was a good fighter and gave credit to him for holding him off the entire match.
The 43-year-old was also asked if he was going to fight a heavier fighter than Logan and he responded that he was not ruling out the possibility.
Logan on the other hand, said he wanted a rematch with the Money Man after surviving the veteran boxer through eight rounds.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Legendary retired boxer Floyd Mayweather who just raked-in millions after his exhibition bout with YouTuber Logan Paul has splashed heavily on nine cars including another Rolls Royce.
Daily Star are reporting that just before the fight, Mayweather had started spending heavily knowing fully well that he will make $100m (£70m) from the exhibition.
TMZ via Forbes recently reported that Mayweather, who is already the richest athlete in the world has started lavishing the cash.