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Logan Paul vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr. explained: Start time, how to watch, full fight card

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It’s really happening.


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Logan Paul and Floyd Mayweather Jr. are fighting this weekend — yep, it snuck up on me too. Their long-discussed boxing match takes place on June 6 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.

Here’s everything you need to know…

Start time

In the US the PPV starts at 8 p.m. EDT (5pm PDT) on Sunday, June 6.

In the UK the PPV starts at 1 a.m. BST on Monday, June 7.

In Australia the PPV starts at 10 a.m. AEST on Monday June 7.

How to watch

The easiest way to watch online is via Fanmio

Those who want to see the fight will need to get pay-per-view access. A ticket to watch the fight comes with a T-shirt and costs $49.99 (£36, AU$64). 

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