Floyd Mayweather Jr. Vs Logan Paul Scheduled For February 20th

Floyd Mayweather And WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman

Boxing Legend Floyd Mayweather and YouTube Star Logan Paul have both agreed for an exhibition bout which will is scheduled to take place on the 2Oth of February, 2021.

The two who spent the last few weeks exchanging jibes on social media will collide in a Fanmio Pay-Per-View bout. The pricing for the fight will begin at 24.99 as announced during the official announcement of the bout.

The 25 year Old Logan Paul will has twice being in the ring against fellow YouTube Star KSI and his younger brother Jake Paul recently made the news with his second round Knockout victory over Nate Robinson on the Mike Tyson Vs Roy Jones Jr. fight card two weeks ago.

Floyd Mayweather Jr., who boast a 50-0 record during his professional career was last seen knocking out former UFC two division champion Conor McGregor in the 10tb round of their bout back in 2017. He has since then retired and has since then been only involved in exibition bouts.

His last exibition fight took place in Japan back in new year’s Eve, when he knocked out Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nakasuwa in the first round of their exibition bout. He has since been inactive though open to more exibition bouts and Logan Paul has given him the perfect opportunity to make a return.

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Logan Paul has huge following on YouTube and Instagram with a combined 41.2M subscribers on both platforms (22.6 Million on YouTube and 18.6 Million on Instagram) while Floyd Mayweather has a huge following of his own on Instagram, owning a total of 24.2 million Instagram follow, which will definitely bring more eyes to the bout.

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