Logan Paul has been mocked by boxing followers after making an attempt his finest Muhammad Ali impression for a social media video.
The YouTuber is ready to satisfy Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition combat on June 6 on the Laborious Rock Stadium in Miami.
Forward of the bout, Logan is doing a part of his coaching at his dwelling gymnasium in Puerto Rico.
He’s even been sparring in a hoop in his backyard and posted his newest clip from that very ring.
Within the video, the YouTuber places his palms on the ropes and dodges a barrage of uncoordinated punches from an unknown sparring accomplice.
It’s clearly an try to impersonate the good Ali’s well-known clip when he, halfway via an exhibition, did the long-lasting ‘Rope a Dope’ towards Michael Dokes.
Logan captioned the video: “Two weeks till I beat Floyd Mayweather.”
As you’d anticipate, he didn’t get a constructive response.
Boxing followers taunted the YouTuber and his sparring accomplice for the video.
Many said that the clip was choreographed.
Some even gave him a brand new nickname – ‘Dope on the Ropes’.
Mayweather himself has given a brand new interview, admitting he’s not bringing any sport plan into the combat.
When requested what his technique might be, he instructed Barstool Sports activities: “No technique, I’ve simply gotta present up.
“If I need it to go one spherical, it’ll go one spherical. If I need it to go two, [it’ll go] two.
“It’s all as much as me.”