Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul Wallet: How Much Money Will They Make for a Boxing Show?


0

Logan Paul’s battle against Floyd Mayweather Jr is set to earn the YouTube star enough money to retire – which he can do well. Big Brother Paul, 0-1 in his boxing career, is set to face “The Money” in an exhibition match on Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium (Miami Gardens, Florida). “I’m going to put up (Mayweather) and become the greatest boxer on the planet. Then I’m going to retire and not give Floyd a rematch… He doesn’t know who’s going to be in the ring,” Paul said on Saturday (via Showtime). “He really thinks I’m a YouTuber. He thinks I really am a fake fighter.” More: Everything you need to know about the Battle of Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. , meanwhile, 50-0 all-time with 27 knockouts. His last fight was in August 2017, a 10th round TKO of UFC legend Conor McGregor. Money also made a quick run with kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa on December 31, 2018, an exhibition match: Regardless of who wins on Sunday, both fighters are expected to win some serious money for their show. Here’s everything you need to know about their match: How much will Logan Paul vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr. earn? Paul doesn’t have official pay figures, though both fighters have commented on how much money they think is on the table with the $49.99 pay-per-view subscription. According to a report from sportingfree.com, Paul is expected to earn a base salary of $250,000, plus a 10 percent pay-per-view sha-accuracy. The YouTube star suggested in a May 11 interview with TMZ that he could make up to $20 million from the fight. Based on his estimation and SportingFree’s report, that means the fight will net him at least $200 million in PPV dollars. How much will Floyd Mayweather Jr earn vs Logan Paul? Watch shares – A lot more than Paul expected to make. Like his opponent, Mayweather also speculated how much money he would make in a March 15 interview with the Disruptive Entrepreneur podcast: “I can fight a fighter now and I can guarantee myself $35 million,” Mayweather said. Finally, we might make $50 million, for a regular fight. Or Logan Paul and I can go out and have fun and make nine figures, $100 million or more. “$35 million for 12 rounds or $100 million for six rounds — a big difference.” Subtracting his reported $10 million guarantee, that means Mayfield expects the fight to bring in roughly $180 million in pay-per-view dollars — not far from Paul’s appreciation. The Mayweather-Paul card is general knowledge. Badou Jack-Jean Pascal is set to be a tempting and lucrative joint main event, though it has been postponed since Pascal failed his PED test and dropped out of the fight. It’s the full bottom card, sans Jack Pascal: Floyd Mayweather Jr vs. Logan Polgart Heard vs. Louis Arias, Chad Johnson vs. Brian Maxwell


Like it? Share with your friends!

0

What's Your Reaction?

hate hate
0
hate
confused confused
0
confused
fail fail
0
fail
fun fun
0
fun
geeky geeky
0
geeky
love love
0
love
lol lol
0
lol
omg omg
0
omg
win win
0
win
Mitchel

0 Comments

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *