Logan Paul vs. Floyd Mayweather: How, When to Watch and Streaming Options for the Match

by Will Shepard
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Floyd Mayweather’s record is 50-0. That makes him arguably the best fighter of all time. It puts him in the conversation with the best, at the very least. Logan Paul, on the other hand, has a lot to prove in his boxing career.

Nonetheless, the two will be facing off tomorrow, Sunday, June 6, for an eight-round exhibition at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The hype around the fight has grown steadily for a while now. Finally, the fight is only hours away.

Back in May, the two fighters were had a press conference together. But things turned ugly quite quickly, and the figurative roof blew off of the upcoming match. Jake Paul, Logan’s younger brother approached the legendary boxer and began having words with him.

The confrontation turned hostile quickly. Jake snatched Floyd Mayweather’s hat and took off. However, someone in the boxer’s camp got a good punch in on Jake’s face. However, it didn’t stop the younger Paul brother from getting away with the hat.

Floyd Mayweather last had a professional boxing match in August of 2017. In that fight, he got a tenth-round stoppage against Conor McGregor. He decided to retire after the fight with an undefeated career.

Logan Paul, on the other hand, has yet to win a boxing match. He has only fought once, losing a split decision to KS1 in November of 2019. So, of course, the boxing world believes that the older Paul doesn’t stand a chance.

Here Is Everything You Need to Know About the Logan Paul and Floyd Mayweather Fight

Again, the fight coverage starts on Sunday at 8 p.m. Eastern Time. The fighters will likely step into the ring closer to 10 p.m., though. It all depends on the lengths of the other bouts on the fight card.

So, how can you watch the fight between the two boxers?

The Logan Paul vs. Floyd Mayweather pay-per-view fight can be bought for $49.99 from your television provider. You can also watch the fight online at Showtime.com and Fanmio.com.

The fight is taking place in Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. It will be the first time that either fighter has fought in the venue.

Are there any other notable fighters on the card for tomorrow night? The short answer is yes, there absolutely are. It is shaping up to be an incredibly entertaining night.

The main card will see a 10-round light heavyweight bout between Badou Jack and Dervin Colina. Viewers also get a 10-round junior middleweight fight between Jarrett Hurd and Luis Arias. Additionally, there is a 4-round exhibition match between Chad Johnson and Brian Maxwell.