Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul tickets: how to buy, cost and date
Undefeated, 12-time, five division boxing champion Floyd Mayweather is set to take on social media star Logan Paul in a special exhibition match.
Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather and social media personality Logan Paul were originally set to fight in February. However, they had to postpone the bout due to covid-19 and now the pair have confirmed that the fight will go ahead on this coming Saturday, 6 June, at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.
Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul tickets
Logan and Floyd confirmed the dates for the fight on their respective social media accounts. Mayweather wrote: “JUNE 6, 2021!!!! #MIAMI Me and Logan Paul will be fighting at the Hardrock Stadium.”
Logan Paul wrote: “June 6 I break the simulation. It’s finally official… fighting @FloydMayweather at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on Sunday, June 6. LET’S FUCKING GOOOOOOO.”
Where to buy Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul tickets
You can purchase tickets for the bout on the official Fanmio site. You can check it out here.
How much are Mayweather vs Paul tickets?
The cost of tickets on Fanimo is $49.99. Fans are also offered a wide range of add-ons along with this price. People who purchase their tickets via Fanimo will receive a "limited and exclusive Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul Fight T-Shirt.” Meanwhile, 20 lucky winners will get a chance to have a video meet and greet with Logan and Floyd.
How much will Floyd Mayweather make through the fight?
Floyd Mayweather is expected to make around $100 million through his fight with Logan. As of now, however, it has not been officially confirmed how much the duo will make from the bout.
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