‘What is Francis Ngannou doing wrong?’

The exhibit boxing match in between Floyd Mayweather and YouTuber Logan Paul created lots of discussion to name a few expert fighters. A huge subject of the discussion amongst them was the quantity of cash the fighters made.

Mayweather informed Yahoo Sports prior to the bout that he anticipated to make in between $50 million and $100 million for the battle. At the press conference later, he stated he got $30 million alone for the advertisements on his ring clothing.

Paul stated prior to the battle he anticipated to make upward of $20 million.

Among those who reacted was UFC heavyweight champ Francis Ngannou. On Twitter, the power-punching Ngannou postured a basic concern: “It’s crazy to think that Logan Paul (0-1) just made $20M on a boxing exhibition. WHAT ARE WE DOING WRONG?”

According to Nate Diaz, however, Ngannou requires to look inward. The UFC star, who combats Leon Edwards on Saturday on the primary card of UFC 263 in Glendale, Arizona, in the very first five-round non-title, non-main occasion in the promo’s history, stated Ngannou’s concern was incorrect.

“What is he doing wrong,” Diaz stated throughout an interview with Yahoo Sports. “What is Francis Ngannou doing wrong? I’ve been doing more right than all these [expletives] for years and years. They should have been spitting that ‘I need money,’ s*** a long time ago, like I was. … ‘What did we do wrong?’ You should have listened to your daddy years ago, all you motherf***ers, the whole roster.”

Diaz has actually never ever appeared on Forbes’ list of the highest-earning professional athletes, like archrival Conor McGregor and previous females’s bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey have. McGregor is noted in the most current Forbes ranking as the greatest earning professional athlete in 2020.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 02: Nate Diaz is interviewed after his loss (doctor's stoppage) to Jorge Masvidal in their welterweight bout for the BMF title during the UFC 244 event at Madison Square Garden on November 02, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

UFC fighter Nate Diaz states his peers ought to have followed his lead when he was grumbling about his pay years back. (Picture by Josh Hedges/Getty Images)

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