Floyd Mayweather v Logan Paul – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports Box Office, Showtime

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Mayweather vs Logan Paul

Boxer Floyd Mayweather collides with YouTube superstar Logan Paul in an exhibition bout this Sunday (6th June).

The five-weight world champion shares the ring with the Social Media superstar at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens – live on Sky Sports Box Office.

The event begins at midnight on Sunday night (Mon morning) with the ring walks scheduled for around 4.00am UK time.

There are set to be eight, three-minute rounds.

The fight is an exhibition so there will no judges and no winner read out if the fight goes the distance. As a result the match will not go down on either fighter’s professional records.

Badou Jack vs Dervin Colina, Jarrett Hurd vs Luis Arias and Chad Johnson vs Brian Maxwell make up the undercard.

The event is priced at £16.95. Sky viewers can book via the remote control, or online.

Non-Sky TV subscribers can book and watch it here.

Virgin Media, BT and TalkTalk customers should contact their operator.

In the US, the event will be shown live on Showtime for $49.99 from 7.00pm ET.

Posted on Saturday 5 June 2021
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