Mayweather sues $122 million
Floyd Mayweather Jr. (50-0, 27 KO) is filing a $122 million lawsuit against PAC Entertainment Worldwide for failing to organize his fight against Logan Paul (0-1) in Dubai. The duel will ultimately take place on June 6 in Miami, but Al Haymon is now in charge of organizing this event.
PAC Entertaiment Worldwide has announced that it will host the former world champion in five weight divisions against the American social media star in the United Arab Emirates in 2021. According to the contract (there was no exact date for the fight), Mayweather was supposed to receive a transfer of $30 million by March 25. No payment was made, so the case was taken to court.
The duel with Logan Paul will eventually take place at Hard Rock Stadium. Ticket sales began on Friday for the event, which will be shown as a pay-per-view in the United States.