FLOYD MAYWEATHER admitted he robbed the bank once again in his mega-money payday against Logan Paul.

Mayweather dubbed his exhibition showcase with the YouTube star as a 'legalised bank robbery'.

And after the spectacle bout went the full eight rounds, the boxing legend gloated about coming out of retirement for a 'quick heist' at the expense of paying fans.

He said: "I'm somewhere in Aruba, in the Bahamas, in Dubai, I'm traveling the world on my jet, making millions every month, not worried about nothing.

"And then when I see there's a chance for me to do a heist, a quick heist, I’m going to let you all know this."

Mayweather, 44, revealed in the build up he was guaranteed to make anywhere from $50m (£35m) to $100m (£70m).

And the numbers could still be soaring as Showtime's pay-per-view app crashed due to the high volume of buyers.

But the cash did not stop flowing with box office and ticket sales.

Mayweather boasted about making $30m (£21m) in sponsorships just on his shorts he wore for the fight.

He said: “My trunks alone, just my trunks alone, 30 million. Just with the patches on my trunks, that’s 30 million alone.

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"So, who's really the smartest one in the sport of boxing?"

Even sitting around in his dressing room before the fight saw Mayweather manage to rake it in.

He revealed: "I'm still the king of the throne. And it's not king of the throne as far as boxing world, I'm the king of the throne in business.

"Because, for me to come out in eight rounds and I can't even say what's the number I made.

"But just now, when I come and sit down, before I even walked out there to the arena, before I even walked out there I made a million dollars.

"Just sitting in the dressing room I made a million dollars. And they say, 'It's not all about the money'. Well, your kids can't eat legacy, they can eat off the currency.

"So I believe in building generational wealth, that's what's important to me, generational wealth."

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