'He's good bro' – Logan Paul warns YouTuber Money Kicks he could 'get knocked the f*** out' by Floyd Mayweather

LOGAN PAUL warned YouTube star Money Kick's that he could 'get knocked the f*** out' by Floyd Mayweather.

Mayweather is set to face the Dubai-based vlogger on October 20, staged on the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah's HELIPAD.

It will be the American's third exhibition bout since retirement, with the first a one round demolition over featherweight kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa, 23.

But in June, he returned against Paul, who weighed TWO STONE more, and was taken the distance.

Money Kicks – real name Rashed Belhasa – is a friend of the fellow YouTuber and was given the lowdown on Mayweather's style during a FaceTime call.

Paul said: "I love you but you're not going to beat Floyd – he's good bro.

"So here are the options; you get to say you fought Floyd Mayweather but you're going to get 'knocked the f*** out'.

"If you're going to do it [win], you have to keep it on the down low, and I'm not going to lie, it would have to be in round one.

"What he did with that Japanese boxer, he's probably trying to do that with you."

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Mayweather boasted both before and after facing Paul that he made $100million (£72m) for the spectacle he dubbed 'a legalised bank robbery'.

But Paul has since alleged that he has not been fully paid by the legendary boxing champion.

And he warned Belhasa – son of billionaire construction mogul Saif Ahmed Belhasa – about potentially not receiving his fight purse.

Paul said: "Here's a couple of things you've got to know. You'll be doing this strictly for the exposure.

"He's got a bit of an issue with paying people, I'm still chasing money from him which sucks."

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