Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul will not be happening on its initially scheduled date. The exhibition bout slated for February 20th is no longer going down then.
The online platform set to broadcast the boxing bout, Fanmio, addressed the situation with ESPN. They announced that the Paul versus Mayweather showdown would still be taking place but that the exact date is TBA.
Nothing specific was outlined as to why the pay per view is now being held at a different juncture.
Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul
The world will need to wait a bit for the acclaimed 50-0 boxer to take on the 0-1 Youtube star.
Both Paul brothers have been making waves in the combat sports world lately.
A lot of dialogue lately is centered around Jake Paul vs Ben Askren. Hype for their boxing showdown is permeating through many social media outlets. Jake Paul experienced a bit of rescheduling in his own prizefight now set for April.
Logan Paul has only had a pair of boxing bouts which were both against KSI. Paul tasted defeat in his lone professional outing.
Floyd Mayweather’s last official pro bout came against Conor McGregor in August 2017 where Mayweather secured a late TKO win in the ballyhooed spectacle.
Mayweather has won significant world titles across five different weight categories. Money Mayweather holds notable wins over opponents like Canelo Alvarez, Manny Pacquiao, Shane Mosley, Juan Manuel Marquez, Ricky Hatton, and Oscar De La Hoya to name a few.
The possible weight category and a myriad of other regulatory aspects in Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul serve as curiosities for onlookers. Paul last competed in a six-round affair at cruiserweight while Mayweather mostly fought at welterweight and super welterweight in the latter stages of his career.
Floyd Mayweather is no stranger to exhibition boxing matches in recent years. Money briefly entered the Rizin ranks for their NYE show in 2018 against Tenshin Nasukawa.
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