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Both Mayweather and Paul shared the announcement of the rescheduled fight on their respective social media accounts.
American TV network Showtime and Fanmio will show the Mayweather vs Paul fight.
it's finally official... fighting @FloydMayweather at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on Sunday, June 6.
LET'S FUCKING GOOOOOOO pic.twitter.com/Si8uvPPkjC
- Logan Paul (@LoganPaul) April 27, 2021
.@FloydMayweather returns June 6th on @ShowtimeBoxing PPV :fire:#MayweatherPaul #BraggingRights pic.twitter.com/Zk9ogapQn3
- SHOWTIME SPORTS (@SHOsports) April 28, 2021
The historic crossover event is signed & sealed! ✍
Mayweather vs. Paul live at Hard Rock :stadium: Sunday, June 6th #MayweatherPaul #BraggingRights pic.twitter.com/GLa0S9gWQl
- Mayweather Promotions (@MayweatherPromo) April 27, 2021
"Logan Paul and I are going to fight at Hard Rock Stadium. Mayweather Promotions, Fanmio and Showtime will team up to give you an epic event," Mayweather wrote on Instagram.
Fight details on Mayweather vs Paul have not been revealed, though Fanmio has suggested news on the undercard and rules of the fight could be released soon.
Fanmio has listed the price for the upcoming clash in a $49.99 package, which includes an exclusive limited edition Mayweather vs Paul T-shirt.
According to the website, 20 people who purchased the package will have the chance to secure a potential video meet and greet with Mayweather and Paul.
Mayweather, 44, announced his retirement from professional boxing in 2017 after his blockbuster crossover showdown with UFC superstar Conor McGregor.
The 26-year-old YouTuber, whose brother Jake Paul recently defeated Ben Askren, lost in a split-decision result to KSI at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Paul has previously said that the delay to the Mayweather fight only benefited him, saying with each passing day he becomes "about one to two per cent better."
The 'Maverick' told Access earlier this month: "We've been training every single day... hard preparing to fight this guy and the way I look it, as every day that goes by, I get about one to two per cent better, and every day that goes by he gets about one day older.
"And so the older Floyd Mayweather gets, the slower he gets, the more fragile he gets.
"Me? I'm the opposite. I'm 26, I'm headed into my prime and I'm at that tipping point where I'm getting exponentially better at this sport very quickly, so yeah, the longer he waits I think the more he's in danger."
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