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Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul ‘Super Exhibition’ Fight Confirmed For February 2021

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Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul will meet in the ring for February 2021.

It comes after weeks of insults traded between the two on social media as Money prepares to lace up his gloves for another time.

Mayweather has not professionally fought since 2017 when he defeated UFC star Conor McGregor in one of the richest bouts of all time.

It saw the American finish his career 50 undefeated but that record will remain intact when he takes on Paul.

That is because this clash is only being billed as an exhibition, despite Logan already starting his professional boxing career.

The YouTuber, who has over 22m subscribers, took on fellow social media star KSI in a match that saw the Californian lose.

Mayweather posted on Instagram on Sunday evening: “Super Exhibition Feb. 20, 2021 !!!! Early Bird Special On Sale NOW!!!! @fanmio. More Details Soon. Link in BIO..”

With the link stating: “Watch the undefeated, 12-time, five division boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather fight social media sensation Logan Paul live in a Special Exhibition PPV match only on Fanmio Boxing.”

Mayweather said last month: “These YouTube girls better find some Barbie dolls to play with cause I’m not the one for the kid games.

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“Three years ago a fighter from the UFC said my name and I had to put a muzzle on that b****. Logan Paul can get the same treatment before I go conquer Japan again.”

Paul had replied: “If I caught him. If I caught Floyd with one punch, one punch. I would snap the **** in half. You know me, I am eight inches taller. I am 40 lbs heavier.”

His brother, Jake, did not sound so confident, expressing worries over his sibling being beaten again at the hands of Mayweather.

Another YouTube star, he fared much better in his own boxing clash when he knocked former NBA star Nate Robinson out.

“I just probably couldn’t watch the fight,” he said.

“If he can’t beat KSI, what makes him think he can beat Floyd Mayweather? I wouldn’t be able to watch — I wouldn’t want to see my brother get beat up like that. But we’ll see what the future brings.”
Photo Credit: Getty

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