JAKE PAUL said 'old guy' Floyd Mayweather knows he and brother Logan are 'not to be messed with'.
But the YouTuber ruled out an exhibition with the boxing legend as he is instead focused on 'real, professional fights'.
Jake caused havoc a month before Mayweather faced Logan, stealing his hat and sparking a mass brawl.
Mayweather then offered Jake an official fight on their records, but warned it would have to be at 154-pounds, over TWO STONE his usual weight.
Jake was then ringside as his brother took the unbeaten American great all eight rounds in their pay-per-view spectacle, technically avoiding defeat.
And he told USA Today: "He, I think realised with fighting my brother, that we’re not to be messed with.
"He said he would only fight me if I cut down to 154 pounds, which is physically impossible, and he don’t want that smoke, man.
"If it’s going to happen, it’s going to happen, but right now my focus is doing real, professional fights.
"I’m not trying to do any exhibitions. So if he wants to do a real pro fight at a real weight, I’m down.
"But I don’t want to do money fights with an old guy, he needs me more than I need him.’’
Jake is 3-0 in his boxing record and fights ex-UFC champion Tyron Woodley, 39, next on August 29.
Mayweather, 44, has been training Woodley alongside his current coach Gerald Tucker.
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