Video: Jake Paul steals Floyd Mayweather’s hat, bedlam breaks out at presser for Logan Paul exhibition

Photo by Cliff Hawkins/Getty ImagesOn Thursday, Logan Paul and Floyd Mayweather had their first faceoff for a June 6 exhibition boxing match in Miami Gardens. Then Jake Paul stole Mayweather’s hat, and things got violent. On stage after the faceoff, Mayweather took aim at Jake Paul, saying he could beat both Paul brothers in the same night. Just moments later, the younger Paul brother got in his face and tried to book his own fight. When Jake Paul snatched Mayweather’s hat, that’s when the retired boxing champ and his entourage swarmed. Check out the video below, which was taken from Mayweather’s Instagram live feed: @jakepaul and @FloydMayweather just got into it pic.twitter.com/SkFCOMQPVk— Jamie (@Jaamison__) May 6, 2021 Mayhem in Miami #MayweatherPaul pic.twitter.com/RwXosjT7OU— SHOWTIME Boxing (@ShowtimeBoxing) May 6, 2021 View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jake Paul (@jakepaul) WILD #MayweatherPaul pic.twitter.com/dd787brfm8— SHOWTIME Boxing (@ShowtimeBoxing) May 6, 2021 On Wednesday morning, Jake Paul again took aim at MMA fighters calling to face him in the octagon. But a few hours later, boxing was again on his mind as he stood offstage as his brother Logan, also a YouTube star, faced off with Mayweather and traded insults. As the scrap between Jake Paul and Team Mayweather moved inside the arena, Logan Paul was restrained by unknown men as he called out with concern, “that’s my brother!” In response, Mayweather said he could beat up both brothers. He called the exhibition a “fight” for Logan Paul and “just having fun” for him. Minutes after the confrontation, Paul was back to his old self on Twitter. gotcha hat— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) May 6, 2021 I stole his hate because he steals peoples money with his boring ass fights— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) May 6, 2021 Later, Paul posted a video clip setting up the prank and its aftermath. “It went good,” he said, shirt stretched out after his tussle with Team Mayweather. went as planned pic.twitter.com/bw8WGwUkd5— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) May 6, 2021

Video: Jake Paul steals Floyd Mayweather’s hat, bedlam breaks out at presser for Logan Paul exhibition
Photo by Cliff Hawkins/Getty Images

On Thursday, Logan Paul and Floyd Mayweather had their first faceoff for a June 6 exhibition boxing match in Miami Gardens. Then Jake Paul stole Mayweather’s hat, and things got violent.

On stage after the faceoff, Mayweather took aim at Jake Paul, saying he could beat both Paul brothers in the same night. Just moments later, the younger Paul brother got in his face and tried to book his own fight.

When Jake Paul snatched Mayweather’s hat, that’s when the retired boxing champ and his entourage swarmed.

Check out the video below, which was taken from Mayweather’s Instagram live feed:

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A post shared by Jake Paul (@jakepaul)

On Wednesday morning, Jake Paul again took aim at MMA fighters calling to face him in the octagon. But a few hours later, boxing was again on his mind as he stood offstage as his brother Logan, also a YouTube star, faced off with Mayweather and traded insults.

As the scrap between Jake Paul and Team Mayweather moved inside the arena, Logan Paul was restrained by unknown men as he called out with concern, “that’s my brother!”

In response, Mayweather said he could beat up both brothers. He called the exhibition a “fight” for Logan Paul and “just having fun” for him.

Minutes after the confrontation, Paul was back to his old self on Twitter.

Later, Paul posted a video clip setting up the prank and its aftermath.

“It went good,” he said, shirt stretched out after his tussle with Team Mayweather.

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Sean Soriano books first UFC fight in six years against Christos Giagos at UFC 262

Sean Soriano (blue gloves) punches Charles Rosa (red gloves) at a UFC Fight Night event in Boston on Jan. 18, 2015 | Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty ImagesSean Soriano is back. MMA Fighting confirmed with sources with knowledge of the booking that Soriano (14-6) is set to compete inside the octagon for the first time in over six years when he faces Christos Giagos (18-8) in a lightweight bout at UFC 262 on May 15 in Houston. Soriano replaces Joel Alvarez, who was forced to withdraw due to visa issues. The new matchup was first reported by MMA Junkie. Soriano is currently on a three-fight win streak across three different promotions. In his most recent outing, he scored a first-round TKO of Bellator vet Noad Lahat at a UAE Warriors show in March, following wins for Cage Fury Fighting Championships and Classic Entertainment and Sports. In his first run with the UFC, Soriano fought three times for the promotion from 2014-2015. He came up short on each occasion, losing to Charles Rosa, Chas Skelly, and Tatsuya Kawajiri. He’s gone 6-3 since returning to the regional and international scene. Giagos looks to stay on the winning track after defeating Carlton Minus by unanimous decision in December. “The Spartan” has won three of his past four fights and is currently in his second run with the UFC. UFC 262 will be headlined by Charles Oliveira taking on Michael Chandler for a vacant UFC lightweight championship.

Sean Soriano books first UFC fight in six years against Christos Giagos at UFC 262
Sean Soriano (blue gloves) punches Charles Rosa (red gloves) at a UFC Fight Night event in Boston on Jan. 18, 2015 | Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images

Sean Soriano is back.

MMA Fighting confirmed with sources with knowledge of the booking that Soriano (14-6) is set to compete inside the octagon for the first time in over six years when he faces Christos Giagos (18-8) in a lightweight bout at UFC 262 on May 15 in Houston. Soriano replaces Joel Alvarez, who was forced to withdraw due to visa issues.

The new matchup was first reported by MMA Junkie.

Soriano is currently on a three-fight win streak across three different promotions. In his most recent outing, he scored a first-round TKO of Bellator vet Noad Lahat at a UAE Warriors show in March, following wins for Cage Fury Fighting Championships and Classic Entertainment and Sports.

In his first run with the UFC, Soriano fought three times for the promotion from 2014-2015. He came up short on each occasion, losing to Charles Rosa, Chas Skelly, and Tatsuya Kawajiri. He’s gone 6-3 since returning to the regional and international scene.

Giagos looks to stay on the winning track after defeating Carlton Minus by unanimous decision in December. “The Spartan” has won three of his past four fights and is currently in his second run with the UFC.

UFC 262 will be headlined by Charles Oliveira taking on Michael Chandler for a vacant UFC lightweight championship.

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