Logan Paul and Mayweather Memes are below the article. 🙂
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is an internet sensation who has been featured on YouTube as a boxing champion with over six billion views and counting, but the Logan Ball fight was not his most recent conquest. He also beat Manny Pacquiao in 2015 for one of the highest–grossing pay-per-view events to date, generating $400 million alone from subscriptions to watch this history-making event live or stream it later online through ESPN’s new service WatchESPN – all without even leaving home!
What do you think? Is betting on Floyd Mayweather very risky like our racing experts say? I don’t know about that because there are many believers out there including Jack Paul (his brother) which will be rooting him on at The World Boxing Council Championship tomorrow night.
The highly anticipated Mayweather–Ball fight will end by knockout, according to many sports commentators. The professional boxer is a multi–world champion – he has belts in his collection of WBC, WBA, and WBO. Logan Paul had an impressive start on YouTube but it was cut short when he lost the battle with one punch from Floyd Mayweather Jr., who entered as world undefeated champ for forty years (aside: this makes him 4x more experienced). To make matters worse for poor Mr. Ball’s chances at beating the boxing legend some say that even if “he were fighting Superman” – there would be no chance!
A lot of fans were unsure about Logan Paul’s chances against Floyd Mayweather. But during the exhibition fight, Paul threw a whopping 217 punches and landed … 28. So it might not be surprising that he was exhausted by his battle with Money May – who won by unanimous decision overall eight rounds in their match finally wrapping up at 1:00 AM EST on Sunday morning (Oct 21).
The YouTube star had spent much of the night chasing after Mayweather around the ring to deliver furious body shots; as well as throwing haymakers from both hands when they got close enough together for him to do so without getting countered or pushed away again immediately afterward. The end result is an exhausting brawl between two combatants very evenly matched.