Mayweather and Paul Logan fight rescheduled for June 6


Previous five-weight title holder Floyd Mayweather's showdown with YouTuber and novice contender Logan Paul has been rescheduled for 6 June. 

The session will happen at Miami's Hard Rock Stadium four months after they were at first planned to meet. 

Mayweather, 44, finished his profession unbeaten in 50 sessions and last battled in 2017, overcoming MMA star Conor McGregor in perhaps the most extravagant session ever. 

Paul, 26, lost his solitary past proficient battle in 2019. 

That rout for the American came against Briton and individual YouTuber KSI in Los Angeles. 

In a tweet advancing his next battle against the undefeated previous boss, Paul expressed: "Full straightforwardness my mother is alarmed". 

Mayweather took to web-based media to declare the new date of the battle, considering it an "epic occasion". 

The battle is probably going to draw immense compensation per-see numbers and is the most recent possibility for Mayweather to take on an adversary past the customary boxing world. 

In December 2018, he required only 140 seconds to beat Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in a presentation boxing session worth an announced $9m (£6.7m).

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