A Logan Paul vs Mayweather boxing match is actually real and happening.
Dates have been set, contracts are signed and it looks like the Internet star will be facing off against the boxing legend.
If you are a fan of either side or want to see Logan Paul, likely, get absolutely demolished by a boxing champion, here’s everything you need to know about the Mayweather vs Logan Paul fight!
In the world of COVID-19, nothing is ever truly set in stone but the current date for the Mayweather vs Logan Paul fight is February 20 2021.
This is barely three months away and we can’t wait to see what happens in the bout.
If the date does change, we’ll be sure to let you know!
How to Watch
If you want to tune in and watch the Maywether vs Logan Paul fight we will still have to wait and see where it will be shown in each region!
US viewers can head over to Fanmio to check out the pay-per-view pricing now and secure their digital tickets.
Currently priced at $24.99, the ticket will rise to $39.99, $59.99 and finally $69.99 over time, so get in early if you want to snag the cheapest deal!
UK viewers will have to wait a little longer, but we will keep you posted on pricing and dates as we find them out!
Who will win?
Our money is on Mayweather. The 50-0 champion of the ring has never lost a boxing match, and while Paul may be 20 years younger, what he gains in youth he loses in experience.
That isn’t to say that Logan Paul won’t surprise us. We hope he doesn’t but if Mayweather can’t command an early lead, Paul’s physical fitness could give him an edge in a drawn-out fight.
Though, the bookies are setting odds well and truly in Mayweather’s favour.
🚨 Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul 🚨— BetOnline.ag (@betonline_ag) December 7, 2020
Odds to win
First to bleed
Will Paul be knocked down?
Will the fight go the distance?
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Betonline.ag was one of the first to post early odds. For those not in the know, -5000 means a $5000 bet would earn you a $5100 payout ($100 profit), whereas +1500 means a $100 bet would win you $1600 (or $1500 profit).
The odds have changed slightly since, with these likely being promotional to boost site traffic, but it firmly shows that few believe Logan Paul will end Mayweather's winning streak.
If anything dramatic happens, we’ll keep you updated!