- 50 Cent has revealed that he is willing to fight Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition bout
- The American rapper and Mayweather were former best friends before their relationship turned sour
- Mayweather has revealed his plans to compete in some exhibition fights this year and one of them is with YouTuber Logan Paul
50 Cent is ready to fight his former friend Floyd Mayweather in a boxing match which would be organised before the end of the year, Daily Star.
Undefeated Mayweather called out his friend on a recent post on social media and the multi-platinum selling artiste has responded.
The former four-weight division champion said he was ready to take on 50 Cent regardless of his weight class.
And Mayweather tagged the upcoming celebrity boxing match as a 'winner takes all' fight which fans around the world would love to see.
50 Cent was asked if there was anybody he would be keen to take on in a celebrity boxing match by NoJumper, he replied:
“I don’t know if I can make weight though.
“I’d fight Floyd if I could get down there. Or he could just not make me get down to 150 lbs.
“I could make 180. He’s walking round at 150.”
Mayweather is set to take on YouTuber Logan Paul this year in an exhibition and could stage a rematch will UFC star Conor McGregor.
The 'Money Man' disregarded The Notorious competitiveness inside the Octagon following his recent second-round TKO loss to Dustin Poirier in a lightweight bout.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Floyd Mayweather wants to finally settle his rift with former best friend 50 Cent in an exhibition fight in the ring.
The undefeated former boxing champion's relationship with the American multi-platinum recording artiste fell apart when Mayweather was still active in the sport.
50 cents had called out the Money Man on several occasions on social media and the four-division weight champion has now responded on Instagram.
Legit.ng also reported that Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor are set to hit the stage again for the second as talks of a rematch is now on the cards, Daily Mail.
The fight is set to be staged on a luxury boat in Saudi Arabia due to the lockdown restrictions as organisers look to take the lucrative fight to another level.
The Money Man won the first fight back in 2017 with a tenth round stoppage to take his unbeaten record to 50-0.