Floyd Mayweather insists £510m fortune 'doesn't make me bad person' and boxer can't feed family by saying 'I love you'

FLOYD MAYWEATHER believes his vast wealth has not made him a 'bad person' as he prepares for a money-spinning clash with Logan Paul.

The pay-per-view exhibition clash later this year will earn the 50-0 legend around $100million, he has predicted.

That would add to his hefty fortune worth an estimated £510m, which is believed to be significantly lower than its peak earlier in his career.

Mayweather, also known as Money, is no stranger to flaunting his glitzy possessions but is adamant that he is not a bad person as a result.

He told the Disruptive Entrepreneur Podcast: "Just because I talk about money doesn't make me a bad person.

"I like to have the finer things in life – money don't make me, I make money.

"I like to feed my family, we can't feed our family just saying, 'I love you'.

"Money has put us in a position to have the finer things in life, so we are able to travel and have fun, live life and experience different things. When you're able to make a lot of money, you're able to do those things."

The 44-year-old was recently teased by Conor McGregor over his disappearance from the Forbes rich list.

Ahead of a fresh payday against Paul, Mayweather stressed that there is no reason for him not to face an exhibition against the YouTube star.


When quizzed on why he is fighting the online sensation, he replied: "Why not?

"I told y'all I was an entertainer, not just a fighter.

"[It's] something different, something I don't mind doing, and something that the people want to see."

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