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Harsh accusation against Mayweather: They gave him a script and he earned less than he said

Floyd Mayweather is already thinking about his next boxing bout on November 13 when he will face Youtuber Deji in Dubai.

Before that fight, though there is still talk of Mayweather's last fight against Mikuru Asakura, a Japanese MMA fighter.

The American claims he won 20 million dollars. However, he has received some accusations that this is not true.

Retired UFC star Chael Sonnen has used his YouTube channel to take a pop at Mayweather's exhibition fight and claimed he won't even get paid as well as he says.

"Floyd claims he going to get 20 million dollars for this. I call it 'rassling because they're not actually [fighting]," said Sonnen.

"But whatever they're getting ready to do Japan, whatever that is that's going to look like boxing, he is getting eight million dollars.

"Now, eight is a beautiful number. But he claimed he was getting 20. So I feel because I know the real number, that I can't let it go.

"I must come to you guys. I have a journalistic obligation to come and inform you it's actually eight million dollars and he's exaggerating."

Sonnen went further in his complaint against 'Money' and levelled accusations that the event was scripted.

"If Floyd can go in there and get eight million dollars for whatever that is and he doesn't have to work very hard, he doesn't have to train at all because the script is on his side and they've already told him who's going down and when isn't that something I'd want to emulate?

"Floyd's gonna go over to Dubai, he's gonna do something after this, which will represent the second time that he's done that, and he's going to get millions of dollars.

"I don't know, I think in Dubai, they're actual competition, they're just with bums.

"Those might also be scripted like the stuff he's doing in Japan, I don't actually know that, I haven't got to see one, they're like little private events.

"This is his second time going back [to Japan]. People use Floyd once, they get their ass kicked and they don't go back to him. It was a terrible deal.

"They paid him eight million dollars, gave him a script, bringing him back again, giving him eight million dollars, have him read the script."

In the ring, the American fighter maintained his career undefeated status against Mikuru Asakura (50-0), with his last fight coming in 2017 against mixed martial arts fighter Conor McGregor.

The American has already faced Logan Paul, Tenshin Nasukawa and Don Moore in his other exhibition bouts, as well as last weekend's latest against Asakura.

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