Floyd Mayweather Confronts Jake Paul In Miami, Paul Runs Away Before Fight Ensues

Photo: Instagram/Floyd Mayweather 

Jake Paul, the professional boxer who recently suffered a defeat at the hands of Tommy Fury, has once again made headlines.

This time, he was caught on camera running away from Floyd Mayweather during a confrontation in Miami.

According to TMZ, Mayweather approached Paul after the Heat-Cavs game in south Florida, where Paul was accompanied by only one security guard.

Photo: Instagram/Floyd Mayweather 

Mayweather allegedly confronted Paul over comments that he had made in the past, which the former boxer believed had crossed a line.

After exchanging a few words, Paul decided to leave the scene before things escalated further.

Many people found the incident amusing and took to social media to share their thoughts on Paul's behavior. Some even joked that he was "running from his problems."

Despite the confrontation, Paul later challenged Mayweather to a boxing match.

However, it remains to be seen whether the two will actually end up fighting in the future.

The incident has sparked debate about the role of confrontations in professional boxing and whether they are helpful or harmful to the sport's image.

Some argue that such incidents add excitement and drama to the sport, while others believe they detract from its integrity.

Regardless of one's opinion on the matter, it seems that Jake Paul is once again at the center of attention in the world of professional boxing.

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