Mayweather set to face Logan Paul on June 5, finally
Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul are set to clash on June 5 in their revised show session.
The cash turning match was expected to be hung on February 20. however, Boxing deferred it because of what Paul depicts as ‘confusions’ with Mayweather.
Notwithstanding, as per The Athletic, the battle has now been planned for June.
Accordingly, the battle will occur on that very night Teofimo Lopez takes on George Kambosas in a journey to guard his lightweight world titles.
The undercard for that battle would likewise see Evander Holyfield return to the ring to take on Kevin McBride in a show battle.
The way things are, Mayweather’s session with Paul is yet to be resolved, yet the 44-year-old took to Instagram to distinguish the five viable urban communities.
He found out if they might want to see the battle in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Dallas, or Atlanta.
In any case, Mayweather – who resigned in 2017 with an ideal 50-0 record – held the last 15 expert battles of his vocation in Nevada and could be enticed to get back to a natural area.
As indicated by reports, Mayweather will be restricted to 160lb for the battle, while Paul will be limited to 190lb.
Paul has recently expressed that the battle will see him go six three-minute rounds against the game’s best pound-for-pound contender. Be that as it may, official terms of the modified session have not been delivered.
The web-based media wonder has possibly battled expertly twice – when taking on individual YouTuber KSI – while his sibling Jake has won three expert battles.
Mayweather’s last battle saw him beat UFC hotshot Conor McGregor; however, he had a display session with featherweight kickboxerTenshinNasukawa in December 2018. He won inside the first round.