Paul resumes Mayweather feud by vowing to buy his promotional company

Jake Paul reignites his feud with Floyd Mayweather by teasing the boxing legend in his New Year’s resolutions list… claiming he wants to buy his promotional company to ‘save them from bankruptcy’ and hire him a stylist in 2022

  • Jake Paul has been embroiled in a feud with Floyd Mayweather in recent months
  • The YouTuber infamously infuriated Mayweather by stealing his hat back in May
  • Now he has taken another swipe at the boxing legend on social media
  • Paul says buying Mayweather’s promotional company is one of his 2022 goals

Jake Paul has taken another swipe at Floyd Mayweather by joking that he wants to buy the boxing legend’s promotional company to ‘save them from bankruptcy’.

Paul, 24, has been embroiled in a feud with Mayweather ever since their clash before the latter’s exhibition bout against his brother Logan.

The YouTuber-turned-boxer sparked a furious reaction from Mayweather by stealing his hat, a stunt which quickly went viral on social media.

Jake Paul has joked that he wants to buy Floyd Mayweather’s promotional company in 2022

And now he has poked fun at the five-weight world champion again by including him in his New Year’s resolutions list.

‘Some people are asking about my 2022 goals,’ Paul wrote on Twitter.

‘Here they are; 1. Buy Mayweather Promotions and save them from bankruptcy. 2. Hire stylist for Floyd Mayweather. 

He has also vowed to hire the five-time boxing world champion a stylist over the next year

‘3. Take selfie with Oprah. 4. Go to chiropractor to heal back from carrying the sport of boxing.’

Paul has enjoyed five straight victories since venturing into boxing himself, recently knocking out former UFC champion Tyron Woodley in brutal fashion.

The American had previously outpointed Woodley and also rendered his ex-UFC colleague Ben Askren unconscious.

Paul is heading into the New Year on the back of a knockout win over Tyron Woodley

Instead of facing Woodley for a second time, he was initially scheduled to lock horns with Britain’s Tommy Fury on December 18.

That was before Fury withdrew from the contest on short notice having broken a rib and picked up a bacterial infection in the process.

In a potential dig at the Gypsy King’s younger brother, Paul added: ‘It’s the last day of the year so I’m hoping next year maybe some of y’all goofy motherf****** can do better.’




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