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Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul Event Adds “New Audience” in Boxing, Claims Logan’s Sparring Mate Jean Pascal

Logan Paul looks on after his brother, Jake Paul, defeated AnEsonGib in a first round knockout during their fight

Floyd Mayweather VS Logan Paul is all set to take place on June 6 at the Hard Rock Stadium, putting a keenly awaited matchup to the display.

They have already made a tremendous noise with their controversial face-off last week. Hence, the fight community seems to have stuck its sights on the event.

That said, five-division world champion, Floyd Mayweather, wouldn’t be the sole pro boxer to appear in the ring. The organizers have added two professional bouts to the undercard.

Badou Jack and Jean Pascal will rematch each other on the same night. Meanwhile, Jarrett Hurd vs Luis Arias is also locked in.

Pascal, a veteran in the sport, is not offended by his co-feature position at an exhibition involving a social media star.

He said, “Boxing is a very difficult sport. It’s like going to war. You never know what’s going to happen and you never know if you’re going to come back.”

“The reason Logan Paul has all my respect is that right now he’s training with me in Puerto Rico. For a beginner, he is very good. He is very agile. He is versatile.”

“Non-boxing fans know Logan Paul a lot more. So, the event will have a new audience watching boxing.”

Floyd Mayweather reacts as Jake Paul unties his shoe during a media availability for Mayweather's June 6 fight.

Floyd Mayweather reacts as Jake Paul unties his shoe during a media availability for Mayweather’s June 6 fight against Logan Paul, Jake Paul’s brother, at Hard Rock Stadium on May 06, 2021 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Cliff Hawkins/Getty Images)

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However, traditional fans have ridiculed Floyd Mayweather VS Logan Paul, the main event, and have accused it of lacking the real boxing essence.

Hence, ‘The Ripper’ will have a chance to avenge the loss and add a valuable win under his name. Meanwhile, Pascal hasn’t fought since his win over Badou Jack in 2019. So, we can see the tables turned this time.


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