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  • Comments Thread For: Hearn: If There Was a Winner, It Was Logan Paul - It Was Bad For Mayweather!

    According to promoter Eddie Hearn, Youtube star Logan Paul could be viewed as the winner of last Sunday's exhibition fight with five division world champion Floyd Mayweather.
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  • #2
    Boooooooomb squuuuaaaaaaaaaad

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    • #3
      People are really starting to lose there mind. Eddy heard talks alot of bull. I used to like him . I dont know what people saw I watched the whole thing twice floyd bullied him around the ring . He he held back on putting combinations together. He carried him for fun. The reason floyd doesn't compete is which he says he cant train everyday his body is in pain he said for this he trained 1 day and rested a few . For to be honest I expected floyd too look really old before but he looked sharp and if his body didn't have the pain and was able to do a full camp he would still have the skills to dominate anyone out there. He trained like an animal none stop and his body has wear and tear . He is worn out but skill wise he is still the best
      Oldskoolg likes this.

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      • #4
        If course Logan, a social media celeb and novice boxer, came out feeling like the winner, to go the distance.

        Both won, financially of course. Whether those who paid to watch it were satisfied, that's debatable.

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        • #5
          Ok young Edward…..we get it, you’re cross because none of these big selling Ppv’s involve you. Now back to plotting world domination for you…
          !-1 likes this.

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          • #6
            Hearns a hater, jus mad a retired boxers ppv numbers do better then all his fighters combined. Lol
            !-1 and Oldskoolg like this.

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            • #7

              this wasn't HATe, it was common sense.

              for example 'if there was a winner if was logaln paul' doesn't mean that logan paul was dominant in that fight.
              it means that logan paul gained more credit from it than floyd did. floyd didnt gain anything other than money.



              "If we don't deliver the right fights. If fighters and managers and promoters don't take the right fights, the broadcasters will demand a product that drives numbers," Hearn said.

              "That drove numbers, that drove interest, so the boxing people now need to stand up and say, 'Let's make great fights, because if we don't keep the boxing product strong, you'll see more of that coming through'."





              Last edited by Inspired; 06-11-2021, 06:02 AM.

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              • #8
                "That drove numbers, that drove interest, so the boxing people now need to stand up and say, 'Let's make great fights, because if we don't keep the boxing product strong, you'll see more of that coming through'." - Eddie Hearn

                That being said, I guess Floyd is still winning, even if he's losing! He wasn't fighting for glory, he was fighting for the money! One million views domestically! That's crazy! Can't wait to see those Triller numbers for Lopez vs. Kambosos! Will it top one million? What about Tank vs. Barrios? Will that top one million?

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                • #9
                  At the end of the day Floyd Mayweather jr's bank account is the greatest winner. What a great hustle after retirement. How many us won't like to be in his position? Whether you love or loathe him, deep inside you have to admit that this guy is a genius as boxer and as a boxing business man.

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                  • #10
                    They Mayweather vs Paul exhibition was trash, it was probably staged and overall a joke. But Hearn, who has promotional connections to the two current biggest stars in boxing has to feel a bit salty that neither one of them can get anywhere close to the type of attention for any of their fights that Mayweather did for this clown show.

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