Celebs React To Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul

Celebs React To Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul

Last night's exhibition bout between Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul garnered a lot of reactions on social media.

At Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on Sunday night, infamous influencer, Logan Paul , went toe to toe with superstar boxer, Floyd Mayweather .

Many celebrities and influencers took to Twitter to show their support and respect for Logan Paul who was impressively able to last 8 rounds in the ring with Mayweather. Some even poked fun at the fight because Mayweather was unable to knockout Paul. Here are just some of the reactions from Paul's friends and other celebrities.

Jake Paul

YouTuber and professional boxer Jake Paul claimed that his brother ruined Mayweather's previously undefeated record of 50-0.


YouTuber and professional boxer KSI asked his followers if he is "now the best boxer in the world?" He asked this because he was able to beat Logan Paul in a boxing match that was held in November 2019 while Mayweather was unable to do so on Sunday night.

Lebron James

NBA Legend Lebron James compared Sunday night's fight to the Nintendo video game Mike Tyson's Punch Out!!

To put the nail in the coffin, James then tweeted out a gif of Mike Tyson's character knocking out the main protagonist of the game.

Tana Mongeau

Model Tana Mongeau shares her support for Paul, stating that she "could cry" tears of joy. She jokingly refers to him as her brother because she was previously in a relationship with Paul's brother, Jake.

King Bach

Comedian King Bach tweeted out a clip of the celebration that he shared with Paul via FaceTime after the fight.

Mr. Beast

YouTuber and Philanthropist Mr. Beast joined in on the fun on Sunday morning by replying to one of Paul's tweets.

Mike Majlak

Paul's best friend and co-host of the "Impaulsive" podcast Mike Majlak tweeted out his support for Paul during the fight.


YouTuber Fousey seemed to share the same opinion as many others had going into the fight: Paul deserves respect for going up against someone as iconic as Mayweather.


Professional gamer Cloakzy pointed out the mind-blowing sum of money that both fighters walked away with last night.

Dave Portnoy

Founder of Barstool Sports Dave Portnoy similarly pointed out that regardless of who won, both fighters earned a handsome amount of money.

Andrew Schulz

Comedian Andrew Schulz criticized Mayweather for being unable to "stop Logan."

Daniel Cormier

UFC Heavyweight & Light Heavyweight Champ Daniel Cormier showed respect for Logan Paul's endurance. This was the only tweet from last night that Paul replied to. In the reply, Paul thanked Cormier for his support.

Stephen A. Smith

Sports commentator Stephen A. Smith shared his discomfort with the size difference between the two fighters. He even went as far as to claim that Mayweather is just doing this for money and Paul "has no business in the ring with him".

Skip Bayless

Sports commentator Skip Bayless verbally attacked Mayweather in a tweet claiming that the undefeated boxer should be ashamed of himself.

Sasha Banks

WWE professional wrestler Sasha Banks teased Mayweather for not knocking out Paul. She added that fighting Mayweather would be "easy money".


Rapper Quadeca shared his support for Logan Paul mainly by criticizing the announcers of the fight. Quadeca felt that the announcers were laughing at Paul and discounting his abilities as a fighter.

Adin Ross

Twitch Streamer Adin Ross mocked Paul by betting against him publicly on Twitter. Within a few hours, Ross's tweet had tens of thousands of likes.

Kevin Abstract

Brockhampton frontman Kevin Abstract joked around on Sunday night by challenging Logan Paul to a fight against his hip hop collective.

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John Sileo

John is a Communications student at Marist College, with concentrations in Advertising and Public Relations and a minor in Theatre.

John is a Communications student at Marist College, with concentrations in Advertising and Public Relations and a minor in Theatre.