"It's honestly bulls***," Paul told the outlet on Thursday, February 10. "Like, having people who aren't a professional promotional company control where the money goes, we made that mistake."
Last year Paul and Mayweather faced off at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida — which the Baywatch star calls one of the most incredible experiences of his life.
"It's Floyd Mayweather. Before we fought him, we were kind of willing to do whatever," the social media personality emphasized. "Now after the fact, we're kind of shooting ourselves in the foot because he's a "f***ing scumbag."
According to the outlet, the boxing promoter is in no way hurting for cash — Mayweather allegedly brought home $300 million for his match up with just one Conor McGregor fight. "Don't let him control the money," Paul added in his rant.
When asked if he would take part in a rematch with the 50-0 boxer — the Impaulsive podcast host bluntly stated, "suck a d***."
As OK! previously reported, Paul went after fans who claimed that Mayweather knocked him out and tried to cover it up during their exhibition match.
"Yo, I’m seeing this narrative going around that there’s one part of the fight where Floyd punched me and I kind of leaned on him a little bit and it looks like I kinda went limp," he said in a series of Monday, June 7, Instagram stories. "And people are trying to spin it and say he knocked me out and caught me and kept me up to keep the fight going till the eighth round."
"Shut the f**k up, like just shut the f**k up, like stop trying to discredit what happened last night," the young star raged at his followers.