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Showtime waives Floyd Mayweather’s debt to Logan Paul

Despite the fact that the American boxer Floyd Mayweather previously declared that due to Payperview reasons he had not been able to fully pay the


Despite the fact that the American boxer Floyd Mayweather previously declared that due to Payperview reasons he had not been able to fully pay the youtuber Logan Paul, Showtime, the company in charge of the exhibition fight that took place in June 2021, distanced itself from the matter.

The president of the company in charge of the fight, Stephen Espinoza, assured that they had already fulfilled the payment to Mayweather Promotions, and that it was their responsibility to send him the payment to distribute it between the two boxers.

“We haven’t really gotten into the middle. You know our deal with Mayweather promotions and then maybe his promotions spread the money. You know, obviously, we dealt with one of the promoters. We do not have separate dealings with each of them. So I can only say at what point he says yes, there is some pay-per-view lag. I mean, there’s only a pretty significant chunk of money that you know is going out right now. So if that’s the case, I’d be surprised if it wasn’t. I think it’s just a misunderstanding about how long it takes for money to come out sometimes” he said in an interview with Fighthub.

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Logan Paul wants to take the case to court

Although Mayweather asked the 27-year-old for patience, he has already issued a warning that he is willing to sue the American boxer’s company because he owes him approximately $3 million.

“He hasn’t paid me yet. It’s too late to negotiate, this is resolved in court,” he told TMZ Sports a few months ago, and even threatened to put him in prison if he doesn’t want to pay him the money he owes him for the proceeds from the exhibition match. .