The battle between retired legend Floyd Mayweather and Youtube celebrity Logan Paul is upon us, and it should do tremendous box office not only on site at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, but also at the pay-per-view window.
Plenty of people will be tuning in for what will be a spectacle, but not necessarily a binding fight because it is technically an exhibition as the State of Florida refuses to sanction the bout due to the weight difference between the combatants. Mayweather is likely to come in at least 30 pounds lighter than Paul.
How to watch Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul
You can watch the entire card here on Fanmio.com for $49.99, or purchase it from your cable or streaming TV provider that includes Showtime PPV access. Devices that can get the event directly from Fanmio include all Apple products (iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, etc), Google TV, Android TV, and Amazon’s Fire TV.
Also each PPV purchase includes a free t-shirt to remember this great occasion in the history of boxing.
Remember that content is often a little bit delayed on live streams, but usually it’s only between 30 and 60 seconds behind the live action. That can impact you if you’re on Twitter during the fight, but otherwise, it’s an easy option.
You can also buy a ticket at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, with the get-in price starting at about $50, and ringside seats as much as $3,000.
Ring walks for Mayweather vs. Paul are expected at around 10:00-10:30 p.m. ET on Sunday.
Floyd Mayweather has a career record of 50-0, is a five-weightclass champion, and perhaps the greatest boxer in human history. He redefined how defensive boxing is performed, and has 27 career knockouts while barely getting hit over a 20+ year career in the squared circle.
Logan Paul is 0-1, losing to fellow Youtube celebrity KSI in November of 2019 via split decision.
Entertainment Odds from DraftKings Sportsbook
Floyd Mayweather: -1000
Logan Paul: +650
Over 5.5: -110
Under 5.5: -110
To win by KO/TKO/DQ
Fight to go Distance
Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul, exhibition (eight rounds, 190 lbs. limit)
Badou Jack vs. TBA, light heavyweight (due to failed drug test by Jean Pascal)
Jarrett Hurd vs. Luis Arias, junior middleweight
Chad Johnson vs. Brian Maxwell, exhibition (four rounds)