50 Cent calls out Floyd Mayweather for boxing match to end long-running feud

50 Cent has called Floyd Mayweather out looking to settle a longstanding feud between the two.

The two have been exchanging barbs for years now, with the hip-hop star frequently poking fun at Mayweather's illiteracy.

Despite being friends for a long time, they had a spectacular fallout over a business deal gone wrong.

It has sparked a wild rivalry that has seen the pair take shots at one another.

And now 50, real name Curtis Jackson, has challenged Money to battle it out in the ring.

However, there is a big problem that would keep any fight from happening anytime soon.

Simply put, Curtis is far too big compared to Floyd.

But that has not stopped 50 Cent from laying down a marker.

He replied: "I'd fight Floyd (Mayweather) if I could get down there.

"I don't think I could make weight though. Or he'd just have to let me not get down to 150 (pounds).

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"I tried, I looked like a homeless person. I could make it down to probably, like 180 (pounds)."

He recently appeared on V-103's The Morning Culture radio show, where he was asked if he would take on the 50-0 fighter.

The 45-year-old replied: "I'd fight Floyd (Mayweather) if I could get down there.

"I don't think I could make weight though. Or he'd just have to let me not get down to 150 (pounds).

"I tried, I looked like a homeless person. I could make it down to probably, like 180 (pounds)."

However, Mayweather has already agreed to take on YouTube star Logan Paul in the ring – despite him being much smaller.

The fight was scheduled for February 20 but it has since been delayed.

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Whenever the meeting does take place, it will see 50-0 boxing legend Mayweather return to the ring for the first time since December 2018.

That was another exhibition for Money, whose last professional bout came against Conor McGregor in August 2017.

Paul, on the other hand, tasted defeat in his clash in the ring when he lost to fellow YouTuber KSI in 2019.

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