YouTuber-turned-boxer Logan Paul has called on Floyd Mayweather for the second time to pay him the 'rest of the money' from their fight.
The duo went head-to-head in Miami Gardens, Florida, at the Hard Rock Stadium on June 6, 2021.
The exhibition fight lasted eight rounds, however it resulted in no clear-cut winner.
It's been more than six months since their fight and Paul has spoken out yet again, calling on the former five-division world champion to pay up.
In a video posted by @defnoodles, Paul can be heard joking about what 'number he is on the list' of people that Mayweather owes money to.
He can be heard calling upon his former opponent to give him 'just like the rest of the money [...] just raise me on the priority on the list of people to be paid'.
Those sitting either side of Paul can be heard joking that he is probably 'number 11' in priority, but he's 'gotta be up there'.
'So Rich, the next cheque you were going to pay Floyd, get it to me brother,' Paul jokes.
The post naturally caught the attention of many fans of the pair, who commented on the situation. One said: 'Floyd is broke, that is the truth.'
Another wrote: 'I guess that 3 mil on fake Pokemon cards has the bank account a little low if he's begging for his payout 😂 that fight was a setup from getgo.'
'Tell me you're broke, without telling me you're broke,' a third commented.
Paul even took to Twitter earlier this month to share 'YouTube's Top 10 Earners in 2021,' which featured him in second place. He shared the stats alongside the caption, 'And imagine if Floyd paid me.'
Despite having recently been scammed out of a first-edition Pokemon card collection set, which could have left him short of cash, Paul was reimbursed for the $3.5 million after the cards were proven to be fake.
Alongside being worth a cool $45 million, is there really any need to kick up such a fuss?
Paul's next fight has yet to be announced, however, who should have come forward to challenge the YouTuber but Russian blogger Hasbulla. Taking to Twitter, the social media personality called upon the YouTuber for a match for his NFT.
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