How to watch Logan Paul vs. Floyd Mayweather: stream, fight schedule, start time

After months and months of build-up, hype, and much drama, Logan Paul and Floyd Mayweather will finally fight in an 8-round special exhibition boxing match. Here’s everything you need to know about the event.

Where can you watch?

Dexerto says “Logan Paul vs. Floyd Mayweather is an exclusive pay-per-view event, which means the only way to watch it is by purchasing the stream on either Showtime or Fanmio, depending on your location. They both cost $49.99. The only difference is that the former is for US viewers only, while the latter is for viewers from around the globe. If you purchase it on Fanmio, you’ll receive a limited edition t-shirt and a chance to meet the fighters in a video conference call, and a chance to win signed boxing gloves.”

Once you have purchased the stream, you can watch it on a multitude of devices, including computers, mobiles, tablets, and televisions using streaming devices like Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, and Google TV.

What time is Logan vs Floyd?

Logan Paul vs. Floyd Mayweather kicks off on Sunday, June 6 at 5 PM PT / 8 PM ET / 1 AM BST. The fight takes place at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, and is expected to draw a huge crowd.


Even if the odds are stacked against Logan in the main event, it is set to be a very entertaining fight from start to finish. Plus, there’s always a chance Logan could get the job done against this boxing legend, no matter how slim it might be.

Logan Paul vs Mayweather poster
Instagram: Logan Paul

Logan Paul vs. Floyd Mayweather Schedule

Like almost any other pay-per-view boxing events, Logan Paul vs. Floyd Mayweather features several preliminary fights leading up to the main event.

It has some incredible fighters, including former WBC super-middleweight and WBA light-heavyweight champion Badou Jack, former unified light middleweight champion Jarret Hurd, and more.

The full list of the schedule is as follows:

  • Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul
  • Badou Jack vs. TBA
  • Jarret Hurd vs. Luis Arias
  • Chad Johnson vs. Brian Maxwell

Logan vs Floyd rules

There is a unique set of rules for the bout:

  • Eight 3-minute rounds
  • No judges
  • No official winner read
  • Knockouts legal
  • KO up to ref discretion
  • No headgear
  • 10 oz. gloves

It’s estimated that Floyd will make around $80 million in total from the fight – a nice payday for just eight rounds of fighting.

After Logan, Mayweather has also said that he will be open to fighting his brother Jake Paul

Source(s) Dexerto

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