• Floyd Mayweather will hold several exhibition fights in 2021
  • The Logan Paul fight will continue, according to Mayweather
  • Jake Paul is also a target for Mayweather if the YouTuber wins against Ben Askren

Floyd Mayweather Jr. was set to fight Logan Paul on the 20th of this month, but plans for the exhibition fight have been scrapped.

However, the 43-year-old assured that the clash with the YouTuber will still push through. However, it has yet to get a new fight date.

Business complications stood in the way, details of which remain unknown. Regardless, Mayweather is not turning away the Logan Paul fight. It appears he has more than one exhibition fight in mind.

The unbeaten American boxer bared that he is also targeting Logan’s brotherJake Paul somewhere in 2021. Additionally, he is down to face 50 Cent who said on “The Morning Culture” that he wants a crack at him.

The rapper appeared serious and said that Mayweather was unlikely to accept because he was too small and lighter compared to him.

But it seems that MAyweather could care less about those things, saying he is ready to face 50 Cent at the end of the year in an exhibition.

"I don't care about weight class with any of these guys. The Paul brothers will make great money with the events, but with 50 Cent, it has to be Winner Takes All,'" Mayweather said in a report from TMZ.

As for Jake, Mayweather is also interested in testing the 23-year-old in the ring. However, the YouTuber needs to win his match against retired mixed martial arts fighter Ben Askren in April as a prerequisite.

Jake is a favorite to prevail because of his boxing experience, but pundits are not entirely counting out “Funky” in the match.

Finally, Mayweather also hinted about potentially holding another exhibition fight in Tokyo. No names have been mentioned although it is likely to be one of the popular fighters over from Japan.

Rapper 50 Cent
Rapper 50 Cent filed new bankruptcy documents on Monday, revealing about his monthly expenditure ad his lavish lifestyle. In this photo, Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson III is seen speaking onstage during an event at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace during CinemaCon, the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners, on April 23, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Getty Images/CinemaCon/Michael Buckner

He faced kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in 2018, a fight he won easily in the first round. The big story here is that Mayweather earned millions from that fight, a reason why he would not mind doing it again.

The same holds for his next target opponents. If all this goes down in 2021, Mayweather seems set to earn millions anew from all these exhibition fights.