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Don Moore warns Floyd Mayweather ‘I’m no Logan Paul’ and promises ‘explosive’ exhibition with boxing legend in Dubai

DON MOORE has warned Floyd Mayweather “I’m no Logan Paul” as he promised an “explosive” exhibition with the boxing legend.

Mayweather returns to the ring against ex-sparring partner Moore on May 14 with the pair sensationally set to fight on a Dubai HELIPAD.

Floyd Mayweather and Don Moore ahead of their exhibition
Logan Paul took Floyd Mayweather the distance in their exhibition

It was only last June the unbeaten American gave away TWO STONE in his spectacle bout with YouTuber Paul.

It went the full eight-round distance and lacked little entertainment – but Moore vowed there will be no such complaints this month.

He told SunSport: “Floyd is going to understand and figure out that ay, I’m no Logan Paul and I am not no one that you have seen before. 

“We’ve sparred and I showcased my talent but on May 14th, I’m not no sparring partner and I mean that from the bottom of my heart. 


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“I’m in here to kick ass and that’s what I’m going to do, I’m a fighter.”

Mayweather claimed he did minimal training before his exhibition with Paul in Miami.

He said at the time: “A little bit here and there. Not every day. But I don’t have to.”

Moore, who has 18 wins with one draw, is adamant Mayweather will unfortunately take him as a much more serious threat to his unblemished 50-0 record.


He said: “I’m not taking away from anybody’s ability to perform, but, Logan Paul isn’t a fighter. I’m a real boxer. 

“I’m undefeated, I’m a real fighter, this is very different, the mindset is different, the way Floyd is training is different. 

“Floyd said in an interview he only trained ten days for Logan Paul, I wish he would train ten days for me! 

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“This is a real action-packed exhibition, you guys are going to get a bang for your buck.

“Everything is going to be explosive, it’s going to be an exciting exhibition for the whole world to see.”

The fight 700ft above sea level at the Burj Al Arab Hotel is set to have only 20 VIP fans in attendance, with tickets purchased as NFTs at £150,000.

And he urged those select few, and the paying pay-per-view customers at home, to keep their eyes glued to the action.

Moore said: “I’m going to apply a lot of correct pressure, I have the blueprint, with my coach Kenny Johnson, we’ve been studying and training. 

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“It’s going to be very competitive and Floyd is going to understand that listen, I’m not no sparring partner.

“It’s going to be an exciting fight, if you turn away to get popcorn, you just might miss something.” 

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Don Moore during a 2015 sparring session with Floyd Mayweather



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