Logan Paul Gives First Interview Since Landing Floyd Mayweather Fight, Makes Prediction For Exhibition
YouTuber Logan Paul says the watching world could witness the "greatest upset in the history of sports" when he takes on Floyd Mayweather next month.
The 50-0 boxing great has sensationally agreed to return to the ring against Paul for a February exhibition.
The fight is expected to shatter pay-per-view records and "The Maverick" is confident of beating the odds to claim an unlikely victory.
it's official @FloydMayweatherhttps://t.co/fFRRaYoUCs pic.twitter.com/0kZhKrQAno
- Logan Paul (@LoganPaul) December 6, 2020
"I'm always searching for the ultimate challenge and it's a dream to go toe-to-toe with the greatest boxer alive," said 25-year-old Paul.
"I am ALL IN, and on February 20th, the world could witness the greatest upset in the history of sports."
Mayweather, 43, added: "This is going to be a great night for the fans worldwide. I've never shied away from doing things differently throughout my career and fighting Logan Paul in this special exhibition is just another opportunity for me to do it again."
Mayweather sent the boxing world into overdrive when he announced the special bout on Instagram on Sunday night.
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The fight will cost at least $24.99 on pay-per-view and will be shown live on pay-per-view 'FanMio'.
The venue for the exhibition fight is still to be named.
Mayweather has a perfect 50-0 record with 27 knockouts. He completed his illustrious career with 12 world titles in five weight divisions that includes wins over world champions including Manny Pacquiao, Oscar De La Hoya and Canelo Alvarez. He also defeated UFC superstar Conor McGregor in a boxing event.
Meanwhile, legendary rapper Snoop Dogg has offered to commentate on Mayweather's bout against Paul.
The 49-year-old stole the show when he provided commentary on Mike Tyson's return to the ring against Roy Jones Jr in Los Angeles.
Taking to Instagram, Snoop Dogg posted a picture of both Mayweather and Paul with a caption that simply read: "I got this."
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