Undercard fights and PPV price revealed for Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul after new date of bizarre exhibition is officially announced

Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul has now been officially rescheduled for Sunday, June 6.

The 50-0 boxing legend initially announced his exhibition fight with the 0-1 YouTuber late last year, with it set to take place on February 20 as an online pay-per-view through Fanmio.

The fight poster has been released
Logan Paul – Instagram

However, it was postponed and a few months passed with little news regarding what was going on with the event.

Now, it is set in stone for June 6 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida.

The worldwide PPV will still be broadcast by Fanmio, but Showtime will host in the USA.

Showtime’s US PPV price has not yet been confirmed, but Fanmio have announced that they are charging $49.99 for worldwide viewers.

Floyd Mayweather retired with a perfect 50-0 record and millions in the bank
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Undercard information has also started to trickle out.

It’s been widely reported that Jean Pascal will rematch Badou Jack for the WBA ‘regular’ light-heavyweight belt.

Pascal got a narrow, split decision win over Jack when they first met at the end of 2019, but many disputed the result and so a rematch is now set.

It’s also claimed that former unified super-welterweight champion Jarrett Hurd will return to action against Luis Arias on the show.

The third and final fight on the PPV undercard is yet to be reported, but there are rumours it will be a celebrity bout.

Logan Paul is 0-1 as a pro boxer having been beaten by KSI
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Last month, Mayweather explained why he is taking the fight.

Floyd told the Disruptive Entrepreneur podcast: “I can fight a fighter right now and I can guarantee myself $35million.

“I can eventually probably make $50million, for just a regular fight.

“Or me and Logan Paul can go out, entertain, have fun and make nine figures $100million or more.

“Everybody thinks that ‘retired’ means at home with your feet up and picking up weight.

“I prefer to go out, still entertain and have fun.

“Just because I still go out, entertain and have fun doesn’t mean that I still wanna fight for 12 rounds.

“I think we’ve got a six-round exhibition. I think it’s gonna be very entertaining for the people, I think people are gonna love it.

“$35million for 12 rounds or $100million for six rounds – big difference.”