There’s about a week before one of the greatest spectacles of the year, maybe, of all time takes place when Floyd “Money” Mayweather takes on Logan “I Need a Boxing Nickname” Paul. When Floyd announced the fight, Money was a -750 favorite. As we head into the final week before the fight, Mayweather is now a -1000 chalk. Forget talking strategy. It’s time to talk betting options. Check out the top three Boxing props in the Floyd Mayweather Jr. versus Logan Paul exhibition boxing match.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs Logan Paul Props to Consider Before the Fight
Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs Logan Paul Odds & Fight Info
- When: Saturday, June 5
- Where: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
- TV / Streaming: Showtime
- Boxing Odds: Mayweather -1000 / Paul +550
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Supposedly, Logan has been training great. When boxers train, they, well, train. Training is different than boxing professionally, which is, essentially, what Logan’s going to do on June 5.
LP’s biggest issue? He’s not only boxing professionally, he’s fighting arguably the best pugilist in history. Floyd Mayweather Jr. should have no trouble cutting up Logan Paul.
Sure, Paul has more power and looked good moving around the ring with Ryan Garcia in a training video. Mayweather Jr. has looked good moving around the ring versus Canelo Alvarez, Manny Pacquaio, and Oscar De La Hoya. Yes, Mayweather is 44-years-old. But he’s a young 44. Nobody trains as hard as Money.
He’ll relish cutting Logan. Expect perfectly placed punches to either cause a cut above Logan’s eye, or both of LP’s eyes, and to break Logan’s nose.
Does Logan have any shot of cutting Floyd Mayweather Jr.? Nope. The problem with being so much bigger is Logan must throw from a further distance. Mayweather understands how to keep his distance. So Logan will reach with his punches.
By the time Paul’s punch travels three-inches, Money will know where Logan plans on landing the punch. Don’t be surprised if Logan doesn’t land a glove on Mayweather Jr.
Mayweather vs Paul Pick: Logan Paul -800
Logan Paul Be Knocked Down
Yes. Probably multiple times. People say Mayweather Jr. doesn’t have power. Floyd has knocked guys down with a single, well-placed punch. Logan is the bigger man. He’s got a lot more target area for Money to land punches.
Think about it the way a golfer might. When a golfer steps to the tee, he could see nothing but green in front of him. The golfer has options. If he steps to the tee and sees a skinny fairway, the golfer must be precise.
Floyd won’t have to be precise. He probably will because that’s his process. But he doesn’t have to be. Mayweather Jr. should land almost everything he throws. Eventually, the right punch will land in the right spot.
Mayweather vs. Paul Pick: Yes
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Fight Go the Distance
No, it probably won’t. Were going with Yes, though. Why? Floyd may take his time beating up the young man. Mayweather Jr. figures to be patient. Why wouldn’t he? Money is asking for $49 from people at home to watch him fight a YouTube star. That’s a lot to ask. Mayweather Jr. wants to entertain. Entertaining means giving fans a show. Floyd will probably knock Logan out in the seventh or eight round. Just in case he doesn’t and extends it so Logan can have his Rocky moment, we’re going with Yes.
Mayweather vs Paul Pick: Yes
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