Social media sensation Logan Paul will finally have an opportunity to box the greatest boxer of his generation Floyd “Money” Mayweather in an exhibition. Some fans may be upset with some of the rules of the fight as there will not be judges or a winner announced after the bout, so win, lose, or draw, this fight will not change Mayweather’s 50-0 record. The pair will fight in a main event four bout lineup that is sure to draw eyeballs from millions worldwide as fans love and hate both of them. There isn’t any love lost between the two as things got quite testy during last month’s press conference when Logan Paul’s brother Jake stole Mayweather’s hat. The full fight card is listed below.
The Fight Card
- Floyd Mayweather (50-0) vs. Logan Paul (0-1) [8-Round Special Exhibition]
- Badou Jack (22-3-3) vs. Dervin Colina (15-0) [10 Round Light Heavyweight Bout]
- Jarrett Hurd (24-1) vs. Luis Arias (18-2-1) [10-Round Super Welterweight Bout]
- Chad Johnson (0-0) vs. Brian Maxwell (0-0) [4-Round Special Exhibition]
Former NFL wide receiver and Miami’s own Chad Johnson and MMA/bare-knuckle fighter Brian Maxwell will be making their professional boxing debuts. Maxwell is 2-2 in his MMA career and this will be Johnson’s first-ever participation in a combat sport. At 42, Johnson is 9-years older than Maxwell, but he was one of the best wide receivers of his generation with some of the best hands. It will be interesting to see if his skill set will translate well in the boxing ring.
Dervin Colina was a last-minute addition to the card due to Badou Jack’s original opponent Jean Pascal failing a drug test. The 15-0 Colina has 13 victories by knockout but has mostly faced competition in his home country of Venezuela and Colombia. He’s currently ranked at No. 13 in the WBA’s super-middleweight ranking but is the projected underdog going into this match against former 2-division world champion Badou Jack.
Luis Arias will be making his debut as a super welterweight after fighting as a middleweight his whole career. Arias has lost his last 3 fights with his last win coming in 2017. His opponent, Jarret Hurd is also coming off a loss with his last fight taking place in 2019. However, Hurd is a far more accomplished fighter as he’s a former unified light middleweight world champion.
The celebrity showdown will take place live from Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida in front of what is expected to be over 60,000 people. For those that cannot be in attendance, you can find out how to watch Mayweather vs. Paul below.
When to watch Mayweather vs. Paul
The Floyd Mayweather-Logan Paul card will take place on Sunday, June 6, beginning at 8 p.m. on Fanmio with Showtime PPV. The fight between Mayweather-Paul is expected to start around midnight.
How to watch Mayweather vs. Paul
Mayweather vs. Paul will be available to stream on any compatible device on pay-per-view via Fanmio or Showtime PPV for $49.99. Viewers that purchase the fight on Fanmio will receive an exclusive limited-edition fight shit. As an added bonus fans who sign up with Fanmio will be entered into a sweepstakes for a chance to win a virtual meet and greet with Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul, or get a boxing glove signed by both combatants. There will be 20 winners who will receive the meet and greet, and 5 winners who will receive the boxing gloves.
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