Floyd Mayweather Claims He's Already Made $30 Million USD Ahead of Logan Paul Fight

The boxing icon is expected to walk away with around $100 million USD.

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Ahead of his highly-anticipated exhibition bout against Logan Paul, Floyd Mayweather has now claimed that he’s already made $30 Million USD in lead up to the fight with the YouTuber.

Speaking to reporters at Versace Mansion in Miami Beach, the boxing icon said “I’m fighting a YouTuber who thinks he’s a real fighter and I’m getting crazy money for it.” Mayweather then went on to reveal his confidence going into the bout, “This is not a real fight for me. It’s a real fight for him.”

With a $5 million USD guarantee and 50 percent share of pay-per-view sales, Floyd Mayweather is expected to walk away with around $100 million USD. While Logan Paul expected to earn $20 million USD with his $250,000 base salary and 10 percent of PPV shares.

 

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