Logan Alexander Paul is a famous Youtuber, actor and professional boxer. The personality has over 2.7 million followers on YouTube and is one of the best comedians these days. The actor started vlogging in the year 2015 and reached enormous heights. The novice boxer is going to fight against Floyd Mayweather now.
Who is Logan Paul and Floyd Mayweather?
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Logan Paul is a famous YouTube vlogger and boxer. Logan has fought two matches earlier, both of those matches were with the same fighter named KSI who is also a Youtuber. One of his matches was clasped in England and the other in Los Angeles.
Floyd Mayweather is a 44-year-old retired boxer and promotes professional boxing nowadays. The boxer has fought 50 matches in his career and has gained a victory over 27. Logan and Floyd are going to clash into combat on June June 6, 2021. The fight is planned to be conducted in Miami, Florida.
How is the fight going to profit Logan Paul?
According to the reports in 2020, the net worth of the YouTuber Logan was estimated to be somewhere around $19 million and on the other hand, the net worth of Floyd was $ 450 million. When the news of these two clashing with each other came forward, fans flooded over the celebrities to approve of it.
The fight is going to be a 100 million dollar accomplishment due to a huge fan base and Logan is not fighting against any YouTube this time instead he is going to face the legend of the sport. Whether he wins or he loses, the amount that is going to come forward due to such a rare battle is going to be humongous.
Who will win the fight between Logan Paul and Floyd Mayweather?
The event that happened while the two met for a seminar and harsh words provoked a fight between the two. Where Logan’s brother Jake aroused to fight Floyd and ended up getting hit instead.
Mayweather with more experience has more chances of winning the match and taking away all the fortune. Logan has more to gain than money, it is going to be his first real fight he will learn, earn and also he is going to become more popular after this prosperous fight.
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