What time does Mayweather v Paul actually start?
Floyd Mayweather’s latest return to the boxing ring sees him come up against 26-year old internet sensation Logan Paul.
The 44-year-old former welterweight world champion who retired with an unblemished record of 50-0 meets Paul in an exhibition bout.
There will be no judges ringside and the bout is scheduled for eight rounds at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium.
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The fight is scheduled to take place on Monday June 7 (AEST) with the broadcast to begin at 10am.
There are three fights before the main event with the best of the lot seeing Badou Jack battle Dervin Colina.
Jack, a former world champion in two weights (super-middleweight and light-heavyweight), is one of the best fighters at light heavy with a record of 23-3-3.
He was initially set for a rematch with WBA world champion Jean Pascal but Pascal failed two doping tests last month.
Jack will instead face 33-year-old Dervin Colina, who boasts a 15-0 record.
Later attention with turn to Mayweather and Paul - the main event - and both are expected to step into the ring at 12pm.
Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul – exhibition (8 rounds)
Badou Jack vs Dervin Colina – light heavyweight (10 rounds)
Jarrett Hurd vs Luis Arias – junior middleweight (10 rounds)
Chad Johnson vs Brian Maxwell – contracted exhibition (4 rounds)