Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul live is fighting on February 20th. Almost one month away, and not many in boxing circles seem to be aware of that fact.
Promotion for Mayweather’s comeback has been slim by any stretch of the imagination.
Usually, when campaigning on Showtime PPV, Floyd Mayweather would be splashed all over the internet and newspapers with just weeks remaining.
Whether it’s the pandemic or if there are doubts over the fight taking place – that’s anyone’s guess at the moment.
So far, there’s been no press tour – virtual or not, and certainly nothing to report in regards to any grudge match selling points.
Social media for both participants has been quiet by their standards. Who knows? – They might be training hard for the battle.
Regarding sales for the Pay Per View, Floyd Mayweather’s ‘special exhibition’ is now into tier three pricing.
Tier one was just $24.99 when the fight opened up. Once one million purchases happened, that would increase to $39.99.
It’s unknown if that was the case as the PPV price tag would always be the current $59.99 from December 29th onwards.
Mayweather certainly doesn’t seem too bothered about getting the word out there. His lack of movement could indicate that broadcasters Fanmio are happy with the way the fight is selling.