Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul Odds: Mayweather Given 99.9% Chance to Win

Everything we know about Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul
Brian Good
Thu, April 29, 4:47 AM EDT

Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul Odds: Mayweather Given 99.9% Chance to Win

If you thought that we were done with the Paul brothers and their boxing careers, think again because it seems we’re just getting started. Next up, the eldest brother, Logan Paul, is set to take on the best and most successful boxer in recent history, Floyd Mayweather.

That’s right, earlier this week Mayweather vs. Paul was officially announced as Logan Paul boxes Floyd Mayweather at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida on June 6.

Unlike his younger brother Jake, Logan Paul seems to be a much more calm and collected figure without the over-the-top antics.

The main difference between Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren and Logan Paul vs. Floyd Mayweather is the latter is an exhibition bout, not a sanctioned professional boxing match. So, for now, betting isn’t available on the fight. But, prior to that detail being announce, sportsbooks had released  Mayweather vs. Paul betting odds. So, let’s take a look at everything you need to know for Mayweather vs. Paul.

Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul Odds

Like we mentioned earlier, there aren’t Mayweather vs. Paul odds scheduled to go live since this fight is an exhibition match, but that could change as we get closer to the fight. Also, like we’ve seen in the past, when legally gambling on events isn’t an option, sportsbooks roll out free-to-play games, so be on the lookout on our free bets page for Mayweather vs. Paul pools games.

Luckily for us, when the fight was first announced sportsbooks priced it up as a pro fight. And, let’s just say it doesn’t look good for Logan Paul.

As of late last year, Floyd Mayweather was a -100000 to beat Logan Paul. That means you’d have to bet $100,000 on Mayweather in order to win just $100. Those odds give Mayweather a 99.9% chance of beating Paul.

How unlikely is it that Paul upsets Mayweather on June 6? Well, the most unlikely fight result, a draw, has better odds than a Logan Paul win. Mayweather vs. Paul is +1600 to result in a draw, meanwhile Logan Paul is +2000 to defeat Floyd Mayweather.

  Odds Implied Probability
Floyd Mayweather -100000 99.9%
Draw +1600 5.9%
Logan Paul +2000 4.8%

Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul FAQ

When is Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul?

The fight is scheduled to take place on June 6 after previously being set for February 20 before being delayed. Let’s hope this new date sticks.

Where is Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul taking place?

Mayweather vs. Paul is set to take place at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida. Hard Rock Stadium is open air and home of the Miami Dolphins and Miami Hurricanes.

How do I watch Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul?

Like almost every boxing or MMA event, Mayweather vs. Paul will be available through a pay-per-view model. Showtime owns the right to the fight, so you’ll be able to purchase the bout trhough your cable provider or Showtime’s streaming services.

Can I Buy Tickets to Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul?

Yup! Tickets are already available to the fight via Fanmio. They cost $49.99 and come with a bunch of other different promotions like a free T-shirt and a chance for a meet and great with Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul.

How Much is Floyd Mayweather Being Paid to Fight Jake Paul?

The exact number hasn’t been disclosed and probably won’t be for this exhibition fight. But, it’s rumoured that Mayweather is making close to $100 Million to fight Paul. It makes sense, Paul has a massive following and Mayweather is the biggest name in boxing, even after his retirement.

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