Following the success of Jake Paul’s latest fight, the YouTuber’s brother is ready to step in the ring with the greatest boxer of his generation. Logan Paul and Floyd Mayweather are set to square off in what’s sure to be a one-sided bout.

Mayweather vs. Paul is tentatively scheduled for June 5 on Showtime in an exhibition fight, The Athletic reports. The initial target date for the fight was in February of this year, but those plans were scrapped.

On Instagram, Mayweather said Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Miami and Dallas are at the top of the list regarding cities that could potentially host the fight. 

The rules stipulate that Mayweather can’t weigh more than 160 pounds for the fight, according to The Athletic. Paul can fight at 190 pounds. 

Despite the size disparity, Paul has virtually no chance of challenging the professional boxer.

Mayweather is a perfect 50-0 in his professional boxing career. The boxing superstar briefly came out of retirement for his last bout in 2017, during which he knocked out UFC star Conor McGregor in the 10th round. 

Paul was defeated by YouTuber KSI via split decision in his one professional boxing match. 

Upon the report of the June 5 fight date, BetOnline named Mayweather a -2000 betting favorite for the boxing match. The sportsbook gives Paul +900 odds to pull off the upset.

If Mayweather puts in any effort, the fight should be over rather quickly. Mayweather competed in another exhibition fight on Dec. 31, 2018. Mayweather knocked out undefeated kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in the first round.

The April 21 bout between Jake Paul and MMA star Ben Askren generated somewhere between 1.2 million and 1.6 million pay-per-view buys, according to MMA Fighting. Mayweather and McGregor sold over 4 million PPVs in the boxer’s most recent fight.

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