Logan Paul waiting for Floyd Mayweather to sign contract
By Allan Fox: Youtuber Logan Paul took to social media on Sunday to encourage Floyd Mayweather Jr to sign the contract for their fight. Paul (0-1) reveals that the 43-year-old Mayweather (50-0, 27 KOs) already has the contract for their fight, and he’s waiting for him to sign it so they can get it on.
It doesn’t matter that the hardcore boxing fans won’t purchase the Mayweather-Paul fight. The millions of followers that Logan and Mayweather both have on social media will be willing to purchase their fight, and they’re both expected to make huge money. Don’t be surprised if the asking price for Mayweather vs. Paul is $100 on pay-per-view.
Despite the heavy criticism Mayweather has received recently over the news of him possibly facing Paul in 2021, he appears to be poised to sign for the fight. Mayweather isn’t too concerned with what the fans are saying, though.
Mayweather vs. Paul = easy money for Floyd
Nowadays, Mayweather is more focused on the easy money he’ll be getting fighting Paul, who lost his professional debut in a boxing ring against fellow YouTuber KSI by a six-round split decision on November 9th last year in Los Angeles, California.
Paul showed serious stamina problems in his defeat against KSI and was exhausted after one round of action. Floyd will have to take it easy on the YouTuber if he doesn’t want to knock him out too quickly.
With boxing fans paying to see the Mayweather-Paul fight during the pandemic, it’s important that Mayweather not defeat Logan too fast if he doesn’t want to anger people. After all, Mayweather is now making money on exhibition fights, and he can’t destroy that market by destroying his opponents right away.
“Floyd, I know you’ve had the contract for a while now. At first, I thought you didn’t sign it because you didn’t want my punch to ruin your legacy. Now, I think maybe you didn’t sign it because you don’t know how to spell your name.
“Don’t worry, champ. I got you, check this out. I made you a cheat sheet. This is your name, Floyd Mayweather. It’s pretty simple.
“It starts with an F, but you’re not going to get the W anyway. And then an L, your first L, OYD, May-ever. Sign the f**** contract, buddy,” said Logan Paul.
Mayweather is supposedly fighting an exhibition fight his month on November 28th in Tokyo, Japan. However, there’s still no word on who Mayweather will be fighting on that date. It’s odd that Floyd’s opponent still hasn’t been announced, and he is supposed to be fighting next Saturday.
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