Date, time and US TV channel for the 2021 boxing match
Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather and YouTuber Logan Paul will finally face off in an exhibition bout. Here, find out when, what time, and how to watch the fight in the United States.
Floyd Mayweather will return to the ring against an unexpected opponent. Logan paul, a YouTube celebrity who launched into the professional world boxing after becoming an internet celebrity – just like her brother Jake – challenged the old king pound for pound and they will finally meet again this weekend.
Money, 44, has been out of the ring for a while since defeating kickboxer Tenshin Nasukaua in an exhibition fight in 2017. Once again, he will show up for an à la carte fight without much stake except a huge profit for the two boxers.
Meanwhile, 26-year-old Paul will face the toughest rival of his short and emerging career. So far he has twice fought another internet sensation KSI, who defeated him in Paul’s only professional fight after being tied in an exhibition meet.
Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul: Date
The fight between these two, which was scheduled to take place on February 20, has been postponed indefinitely until a new date is confirmed. Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul will fight Sunday June 6, 2021, at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens.
Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul: US time by state
The broadcast will begin at 8 p.m. ET, with Mayweather and Paul are expected to step into the ring around midnight (ET). Here is the start time of the main event by state in the United States:
CT: 11 EVENING HOURS
TP: 9 p.m.
Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul: Full Card
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US TV Channel To Watch Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul in 2021 Boxing Fight
The highly anticipated fight between Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens will be a Show time event and it will be broadcast in the United States by pay-per-view.