Lets Recall The Unforgettable Match Of Logan Paul vs Mayweather

In an exhibition boxing battle dubbed “Bragging Rights,” former five-division world champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. faced off against YouTuber Logan Paul At Miami Gardens, Florida’s Hard Rock Stadium; it happened on June 6, 2021. More than a million people reportedly purchased pay-per-views of the bout. No winner of the episode was declared after the whole eight rounds. The CompuBox punch statistics demonstrated Mayweather’s superior boxing, with Mayweather landing 43 of 107 punches thrown (40.2%) instead of Paul landing 28 of 217 points flung (12.9%). Mayweather lauded his opponent in his post-fight interview, saying: “He’s better than I thought he was… he’s a tough, harsh competitor.” Paul stated: “I’m going to go home thinking, ‘Did Floyd let me survive?'” when asked if Mayweather had taken the fight seriously. Later, Mayweather acknowledged that he had held back, saying, “If that had been an actual fight, the first round would have been a rout.

ALL YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT THE BACKGROUND HISTORY OF LOGAN PAUL VS MAYWEATHER MATCH

BACKGROUND HISTORY OF LOGAN PAUL VS MAYWEATHER MATCH

Paul and Mayweather agreed to square off on February 20, 2021, and December 6, 2020. The match occurred at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, on June 6, 2021, after being postponed. Jean Pascal and Badou Jack were added to the card on April 27, 2021. However, Jean Pascal was disqualified from the fight on May 29, 2021, after failing a drug test. Jean Pascal was replaced by Dervin Colina in June 2021 to take on Badou Jack. An additional matchup between former NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson and Brian Maxwell was added to the schedule for May 3, 2021.

HAVE A GLANCE AT THE SHOWSTOPPING MAIN EVENT OF LOGAN PAUL VS MAYWEATHER MATCH

MAIN EVENT OF LOGAN PAUL VS MAYWEATHER MATCH

Mayweather made a cautious and defensive start, refusing to throw frequently and dodging most of Paul’s punches. Paul threw a furious flurry of points toward the conclusion of the first round, but Mayweather’s guard blocked every one of them. Like the first round, the second saw Mayweather satisfied with the fight’s leisurely tempo. In the third, he finally upped the ante, starting with some crisp left hooks that sent Paul’s head reeling and mixing in his signature draw counter with the right hand. Paul began to show signs of exhaustion in the fourth round and took advantage of every chance to use his weight advantage by tying the smaller Mayweather up in the clinch after each exchange. Paul kept trying to neutralise Mayweather’s offence, but he could not stop him from controlling the fight’s tempo and landing the cleaner, more potent blows.

WHEN AND WHERE WAS BROADCASTING OF THE LOGAN PAUL VS MAYWEATHER MATCH WAS DONE

BROADCASTING OF LOGAN PAUL VS MAYWEATHER MATCH

Sky Sports Box Office broadcast the main event. In the United Kingdom and Ireland, the undercard was broadcast on Sky Sports Action, Sky Sports Mix, Sky Sports Main Event, Sky One, and Sky Sports Boxing YouTube. Former world boxing champions Marcos Maidana and Acelino Freitas served as guest analysts for the bout on ESPN in the Spanish and Portuguese-language broadcasts, respectively. The match was broadcast live worldwide on Fanmio PPV @ Fanmio.com and in the United States on Showtime PPV (free for Showtime subscribers). The fight was posted on Main Event in Australia. Sky Arena revealed the battle in New Zealand. SuperSport informed the war in South Africa. The match was broadcast live in Russia on REN TV.

REVEALING THE WINNER OF LOGAN PAUL VS MAYWEATHER MATCH

WINNER OF LOGAN PAUL VS MAYWEATHER MATCH

Since the Mayweather vs Paul fight in 2021 was deemed an exhibition rather than a legitimate, professional contest, no judges were present. The winner was determined by stopping or knocking out the opponent within the allotted eight rounds of three minutes. Despite having the edge in height, size, and age, Floyd Mayweather had nothing that could worry Logan Paul, who put his heart on his sleeve. Mayweather made a multi-million-dollar salary with little effort, barely breaking a sweat, and a carefree eight-round performance. By the time the battle was over, Mayweather had hit 43 of his 107 blows while Paul had landed 28 of his 217. Although it was obvious that Mayweather would have won if there had been judges, there were no judges present, and no official winner of the bout was announced. But because Logan Paul lasted eight rounds, he could leave the arena without losing to the greatest boxer of the last 50 years.

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