Floyd Mayweather confirms that he still intends to fight Youtuber Logan Paul and wants the fight to take place in front of an 80,000 crowd at the new Las Vegas Raiders stadium
- Floyd Mayweather planned to fight Youtuber Logan Paul on February 20
- The fight was postponed as they couldn’t confirm a venue for the fight
- Mayweather wants the fight to take place at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas
- Home to the Las Vegas Raiders, Mayweather wants 80,000 fans for the fight
Floyd Mayweather claims he wants to fight Logan Paul in front of an 80,000 crowd at the new Las Vegas Raiders stadium.
He originally agreed to face the Youtube star in an exhibition bout on February 20 – though it was later postponed after they couldn’t confirm a venue.
The undefeated boxing star though has confirmed he still has plans to fight the 25-year-old, as he spoke to fans in a clubhouse meet-up call.
Floyd Mayweather is still keen to fight Logan Paul after their February 20 fight was delayed
Mayweather is eyeing up the home of the NFL team Las Vegas Raiders to host the fight
As reported by The Sun, the 43-year-old, said: ‘We’re gonna do Logan Paul, and we pushed it back because we want an audience, we want to bring 80,000 people to watch.
‘We’re trying to do it at the Raider’s stadium in Vegas for 80,000 people.
The Allegiant Stadium is the home of NFL giants Las Vegas Raiders, which opened up last year after just under three years of construction.
It came on the back of the decision to relocate the formerly known Oakland Raiders team to Las Vegas.
The stadium is being touted as a new venue for boxing events and can hold up to 80,000 fans, opposed to 65,000 in NFL games.
Mayweather who retired in 2017 with a perfect 50-0 record, held the last 15 professional fights of his career in Nevada.
Mayweather last fought in an exhibition bout with kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in Japan
His last fight came in a victory over UFC superstar Conor McGregor, though he did have an exhibition bout with featherweight kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa last year, in which he won inside the first round.
American vlogger Paul has boxed only twice in his lifetime, both against Youtube rival KSI.
The first time they drew in a white collar bout in Manchester, before turning pro for their rematch in Los Angeles in 2019, which saw KSI win by split decision after ten rounds.
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