Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul Odds: What We Know So Far
Ever since Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul was officially announced, the combat sports world, and the rest of the world for that matter, has been wondering what exactly the fight will look like. Will there be Mayweather vs. Paul odds? Will fans be allowed to go to Mayweather vs. Paul? How do you watch Mayweather vs. Paul?
Well, we’ve been wondering the same things. So we got the answers and now we’re going to let you in on everything we know so far about Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul
Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul Preview
It’s not like Floyd Mayweather needs any introduction, but let’s just quickly look over his fight history and how it’ll impact his fight with Logan Paul.
Mayweather (50-0-0) is the best boxer of his generation, by a fairly clear margin. He beat everyone that was ever put in front of him and did it with relative ease. He’s been knocked down exactly once in his entire boxing career and it came when he bounced a left hook off an opponent’s head and took a count in order to recover.
If Logan Paul was to do any real damage to Mayweather, it would be one of the biggest upsets ever. We’ve never seen his face swollen or battered and bruised. He’s one of the best defensive fighters ever and guys with much more talent in the ring have tried and failed to hurt Floyd Mayweather.
But, Mayweather is getting up there in age and Mayweather vs. Paul may give us a glimpse into a slower, less sharp Floyd Mayweather than we’ve ever seen.
As for Logan Paul, he’s had exactly one professional boxing fight and it ended in a split decision loss to fellow YouTuber KSI. Now, Paul has continually trained to box and is a former Division I wrestler at Ohio University.
Unfortunately, this bout is scheduled as an exhibition fight. So, no matter the result, Logan Paul will still be 0-1 at the end and Floyd Mayweather will still be a perfect 50-0.
Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul Odds
Unfortunately, the fact that Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul is an exhibition boxing match means that, as of now, there are no official betting lines released. But, when the bout was first announced and there were rumors that it would be an official sanctioned fight there were Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul odds announced.
Toward the end of 2020, sportsbooks priced up Mayweather vs. Paul and however lopsided you thought the odds would be, they’re even worse. Floyd Mayweather was -100000 to beat Logan Paul. That means a $100,000 bet on Mayweather would win a whopping just $100. Those odds give Mayweather a 99.9% chance of beating Paul.
Meanwhile, Paul was priced up at +2000 and a draw was +1600. Meaning it’s more likely that the two somehow come out in a tie than it is that Logan Paul beats Floyd Mayweater.
Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul FAQ
When is Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul?
Mayweather vs. Paul has had tons of different dates scheduled since it was first rumoured. But, the fight is set for June 6 this time around.
Where is Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul taking place?
Mayweather vs. Paul will happen in June at the home of the Miami Dolphins and Miami Hurricans, Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida. That means Mayweather vs. Paul will be outdoors.
Can I Bet on Mayweather vs. Paul?
As we mentioned earlier, the fact that Mayweather vs. Paul is an exhibition fight means that there won’t be any official odds. But, like with most unsanctioned events, be on the lookout for 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.
How do I watch Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul?
Showtime owns the rights to Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul, so it will be available through Showtime via your local cable provider. You’ll also be able to stream the fight on the Showtime app on your phone, tablet or smart TV.
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 Logan 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.