How and When to Watch the Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul Fight
Floyd “Money” Mayweather and Logan Paul, the infamous YouTuber, are getting ready to square up in the ring. First announced in December 2020, the upcoming exhibition match became the toast of social media. Some are worried for Mayweather’s perfect record, and others are worried for Paul’s health. And now the televised event is sure to light up Twitter.
As bets are placed and people make their predictions for the unconventional match, many believe Paul doesn’t stand a chance. With so much hype surrounding the event, it’s become must-see TV. Here’s how to watch the champion athlete and YouTube celebrity battle it out.
What day and time is Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul?
After a postponement from February 2021, the bout will take place on June 6 at 9 p.m. EST, though the PPV broadcast starts at 8 p.m. EST. The event is going down at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, and some live tickets are selling for as much as $3,000. According to ESPN, there won’t be any judges present. And no official winner will be declared for the fight.
Further, the eight rounds will be three minutes long and this match will not impact professional boxing records. However, knockouts are permitted, and a referee is going to oversee the contest. As it stands, Mayweather has an undefeated 50-0 record.
Though Mayweather and Paul are the main event, there’s also an exhibition match between former NFL player Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson and Brian Maxwell. The two are on the undercard but will also be part of the PPV showing.
Stream the fight on the Showtime app
For those who want to watch from the comfort of their homes, the Mayweather vs. Paul match is available to stream on the Showtime app via pay-per-view. Fans can order the PPV version on Showtime at this link for $49.99.
Watch on Showtime’s YouTube channel
For the same fee, viewers can stream the fight on the Showtime Sports YouTube channel. Currently, the Inside Mayweather vs. Paul mini documentary is airing on the social media site as a 30-minute special. In the feature, both contenders are shown going through training, with Paul preparing for the bout in Puerto Rico and Mayweather in Las Vegas.
Fans can watch the pair trash talk each other and see Mayweather’s reaction to Logan’s brother Jake Paul snatching his hat off his head. The moment went viral in early May and served as a major publicity point for the upcoming battle. Both are ready to go at in the ring. Viewers can also watch the weigh-in live on YouTube on June 5.
Order Paul vs. Mayweather fight on Fanmio
Fanmio launched in 2019 as a platform that arranges virtual fan experiences by connecting them with their favorite celebrities. Mayweather signed on as the company’s first athlete in 2020 to offer meet-and-greets and video recordings. Fanmio is also streaming the boxing match as a PPV event for $49.99.