Interesting reactions from UFC fighters after the Logan and Mayweather fight



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Interesting reactions from UFC fighters after the Logan and Mayweather fight

Floyd Mayweather Jr.' s exhibition boxing match. and Logan Paul was the central martial arts event of the just-completed weekend. As much as it seemed like nonsense at first, as much as many called it a circus and a disgrace to boxing, so much the same was probably successful.

Which would mean Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Logan Paul, although the match did not have a winner, in fact both big winners. After all, the very list of people who had something to say, and that would mean that they followed the same match, is a sign that the above-mentioned participants did what they intended.

We have singled out some of the most interesting reactions, published mostly via Twitter. Ed Herman: "This shows us the difference between MMA and boxing. There's no way any of the Paul brothers would last a round with an a MMA legend."

Henry Cejudo: "These two just saved golf." Claressa Shields: "Why am I laughing so hard?" Sodiq Yousuff: "I know some boxers are furious right now." Jake Paul: "50-1. For God's sake, my brother just beat Floyd Mayweather."

Daniel Cormier: "Hats off to Logan Paul. He went 8 rounds with greatest boxer ever. Not a good look for Floyd." Aljaamin Sterling: "Now I'm confused. Logan said boxing is harder than MMA. Then why so much forcing a clinch?" Jimi Manuwa: "Someone needs to knock out the Paul brothers as soon as possible."

Francis Ngannou: "It's crazy to think that Logan Paul (0-1) just made $20M on a boxing exhibition. WHAT ARE WE DOING WRONG?" Michael Chiesa: "And I thought my fights were boring ..." "Mike Pearce:" Comedy on Showtime Television.

" James Vick: "Thank God I didn't pay for this."

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There were really many more interesting reactions, but in essence, as we have already said, both fighters managed to arouse interest in their match and thus earn a lot of money, which was the main goal.

It’s hard to say if this match was set up or if in fact everything was fair and as it should have been. In a way, things like this are interesting, but they still don't bring boxing anything good, and they even spoil the image of a sport that has been watched for so long.

Most agree that such fights should not take place, and that in fact this is just a way to get money. We can’t say that’s not true, but the huge number of people who have watched this match seem to want things like this.