Floyd Mayweather will face Logan Paul in an exhibition boxing match in February

It looks like Floyd Mayweather is about to step back into the ring. This time he’s up against YouTuber Logan Paul.

Floyd went to his Instagram to officially announce the fight, which will be broadcast live on Pay-Per-View on Fanmio. This fight has been heavily rumored and it looks like it’s finally going down. Promoting the fight, Fanmio added, “Watch undefeated, five-division, twelve-time boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather battles social media sensation Logan Paul live in a special exhibition PPV match only on Fanmio Boxing. “

The fight between the two has reportedly been under discussion for a minute, and according to TMZ, Floyd was approached about the fight a few months ago. Logan called him publicly last month and said, “If I got Floyd in one hit – one hit – I’d snap that fucker in half.”

He also said, “If I catch Floyd in a real fight, street fight, whoop his ass! No question.”

Floyd replied, saying, “These YouTube girls better find some barbie dolls to play with because I’m not the one for the kids’ games. 3 years ago a UFC fighter said my name and I had to muzzle this bitch. @ Loganpaul can get the same treatment before conquering Japan again. “

These youtube girls better find some barbie dolls to play with because i am not the one for the kids games. 3 years ago a UFC fighter said my name and I had to muzzle this bitch. @loganpaul can get the same treatment before conquering Japan again.

– Floyd Mayweather (@FloydMayweather) November 19, 2020

As many of you know, Logan’s brother Jake Paul recently faced Nate Robinson, defeating Robinson, prior to the Tyson & Jones fight.

Floyd is expected to have another fight in Japan, but the opponent has not been announced.

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