YouTuber Logan Paul has struck an arrangement to battle previous boxing megastar Floyd Mayweather Jr. in a “unique display” coordinate on February twentieth. The session will be spilled as a compensation for every view on Fanmio.
Mayweather is an undefeated boss with a 50-0 record, numerous world titles in five weight classes, and an Olympic bronze decoration. Paul is most popular for his dubious YouTube video where he shot a dead body in a Japanese timberland. He has battled in one authorized fight: a misfortune to individual YouTuber KSI.
Obviously, this is probably not going to be a celebration of equitably coordinated athletic ability. However, Mayweather isn’t above joining to ridiculous challenges for the display and the payday. His 50th authority win included him emerging from retirement in 2017 to confront UFC star Conor McGregor, who had never expertly boxed. The next year he battled kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in a broadly panned display coordinate, winning by TKO in the first round.
Mayweather got down on Logan Paul a month ago on Twitter, making his considerations on boxing YouTubers understood and saying he’s “not the one for the child games.” Paul’s sibling, Jake, reacted to Mayweather’s remarks in front of his own battle against previous NBA player Nate Robinson, which he wound up winning.
“You know, it doesn’t trouble me,” Jake revealed to The Daily Beast. “Toward the day’s end, he resembles 5-foot-4, so he’s really the young child here, and clearly he simply needs consideration. He’s fifty-something years old. He should be in retirement. So he simply needs to get significance by discussing the YouTube kids, since we’re the ones flying off this moment.”
The entire circumstance is profoundly senseless, which is no uncertainty why coordinators anticipate that many individuals should tune in. The “early estimating” of $24.99 just applies to the initial million PPV deals, with the value ascending to $39.99, at that point $59.99 on December 29th, at that point $69.99 from February eleventh.