JAKE PAUL has piled into Floyd Mayweather for helping to train upcoming opponent Tyron Woodley.
The former UFC star will have to adapt his style for the boxing ring ahead of his bout with Paul on August 28.
And he has been learning from boxing legend Mayweather since the 44-year-old invited him to Las Vegas.
But Paul is not concerned by the pair linking up as Mayweather failed to defeat his brother Logan Paul in a recent exhibition fight.
As reported by Michael Benson, Jake Paul said: "How is Floyd Mayweather (who couldn't even get in shape or come up with a strategy enough to beat my brother) gonna teach another old man how to beat me?"
Paul is no stranger to putting down his opponents or winding up Mayweather.
He infamously stole the 50-0 boxer's hat in the build-up to the fight against his brother, sparking fury for Mayweather.
The Youtuber then proceeded to release a song about the incident and even got a tattoo to remember the stunt.
But while Paul has disparaged Mayweather and his ability, Woodley is delighted to be training with the "the greatest".
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Speaking of his partnership with Mayweather, Woodley said: "They just texted me, let’s do it. I just talked to him today so for sure, why would I not train with the greatest boxer of all time?
"He’s already my dog and we’ve been talking about training anyway, so for sure. I’m definitely going to take him up on that."
Woodley recently labelled Paul a "dummy" and vows to knock out Problem Child inside three rounds when they meet in the ring.
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