April 1, 2023

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Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul announced an exhibition boxing match on February 20

Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul announced an exhibition boxing match on February 20

Hot on the heels of Mike Tyson. Roy Jones Junior surprise hit, Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul getting the boxing ring for the exhibition match on February 20th.

Mayweather and Paul both announced the match on Instagram hosted by fan experience platform Fanmio. The details about the rules and position are very minimal. But Pricing plans Revealed very big expectations for promoters with weighted prices for early buyers, for the first million pay-per-views sold. Priced at 24.99, after selling a million. 39.99, for purchases made on or after December 5th. 59.99 and above. 69.99 February 11.

Fanmio signed Mayweather in August to provide fan experiences and create content for the platform. Logan Paul called the undefeated boxer this past month, co-starring in his younger brother Tyson vs. Jones Jr.; Jake Paul severely viralized former NBA player Nate Robinson in the clip.

According to the thriller, the social media platform behind Tyson vs. Jones Jr., the November 28 boxing match, was regulated by the California State Athletic Commission knockout rule for aging boxing legends, earning 1.6 million wages. Each view is priced at $ 49.95. It turns out to be the most successful fighting sporting event of the year.

The Fanmio event is not the first show fight for Mayweather. In December 2018, he returned to the ring on MMA Fighter and Kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa And won the third round by TKO. The match came 16 months after the 50-0 fighter stopped Conor McGregor In the August 2017 blockbuster “The Money Fight”. Despite being UFC president, McGregor has repeatedly called for a rematch in the octagon. Dana White Mayweather’s adaptation indicated that it was a promotional agency.

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Logan Paul reportedly bought 1.2 million ppv when he confronted a YouTube boxing craze with fellow online celebrity KSI. He lost the professional bout by a split decision.