Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul odds aren’t available in the United States yet as the fight is pegged as an exhibition match for the time being. But, be on the lookout for that to change as we get close to the June 6 fight date.
For now, we’re forced to use the UK markets to see Mayweather vs. Paul odds as bookmakers on the other side of the pond have started to price up the fight. Originally, some expected Mayweather expected to be a favorite of about -100000, meaning you’d have to bet $100,000 just to win $100 if you wanted to back Floyd Mayweather.
Then last week the UK books started to roll out their official Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul odds and Mayweather was actually a -2500 favorite.
But now, as of Sunday afternoon, UK oddsmakers have shifted Mayweather’s odds completely, to the point where you no longer have to make a massive bet to get a decent return.
Not only are oddsmakers giving Paul a decent chance according to Mayweather vs. Paul odds, but the betting public is also backing Logan Paul to pull off the upset of the century by beating Floyd Mayweather.
Like we mentioned earlier, Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul odds aren’t out yet in the US, but we expect they will be before the fight gets underway in June.
But, UK oddsmakers are drastically slashing Logan Paul’s odds and making it more affordable to back Floyd Mayweather. Just four days ago, Mayweather’s best odds sat at -2500, which implied a 96.2% chance he would beat Logan Paul.
Now, on Sunday, Mayweather’s best odds are out to -1000, which means oddsmakers give him a 90.9% chance to win.
We’ve also seen a similar shift in Logan Paul’s odds to beat Mayweather. Paul’s best odds sit at +900, implying a 10% chance of victory. But, he’s as short a +600 in some places in the UK.
Part of the reason the Mayweather vs. Paul odds have changed so drastically recently is because of how many people are backing Paul to win. You expect to see an influx of bets on someone as popular as Paul, but in the end it’s more likely that reason prevails and the majority of bets come in on Mayweather to win.
But, that’s not what we’ve seen so far in the UK. Since the start of the week, 53.86% of all moneyline Mayweather vs. Paul bets have come in on Logan Paul to win. 38.17% of the betting public are backing Mayweather to win and 7.96% are picking a draw.
Mayweather vs. Paul has been scheduled, cancelled and rescheduled what seems like 100 times, but it seems like we’ve officially gotten our fight date for the fight. Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul is set for June 6.
Mayweather vs. Paul is set to happen at the home of the Miami Dolphins and Miami Hurricanes, Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida. That means Mayweather vs. Paul will be taking outdoors, under the Florida sun.
Like we mentioned before, Mayweather vs. Paul odds are not currently available in the United States, but we expect that to change sooner rather than later. So, be on the lookout for odds to pop up and also make sure you watch out for any free-to-play games from legal sportsbooks that require no money to enter and give you a shot at the prize pool.
You can check out our free bets page for all available Mayweather vs. Paul promos.
Showtime Network has the contract and rights to next month’s Mayweather vs. Paul fight in Miami, so you can purchase it through your local cable provider. You’ll also be able to stream the fight on the Showtime app with your phone, tablet or smart TV.
Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul tickets are available now on the secondary market via StubHub, Seat Geek and many other retailers. Nosebleed seats are going for as little as $100 in some places. But, the floor seats are expensive as $5,500.
We don’t know the exact number Mayweather is set to make, but we can make an educated guess, or we can just take Floyd Mayweather’s word for it. On Instagram, Mayweather claimed that he’s set to make as much as $100 Million for Mayweather vs. Paul on June 6.
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