Logan Paul’s $20m net worth explained ahead of Floyd Mayweather payday

Logan Paul will be a massive underdog when he shares the ring with Floyd Mayweather.

The two were set to trade leather in Los Angeles this weekend before the bout was postponed due to Covid-19 complications.

The bout will be an exhibition, and will not count towards either's professional records.

Paul has a record of 0-1, having only graced the ring as a pro to lose to fellow YouTube star KSI in 2019.

Mayweather, 43, will not be putting his undefeated record of 50-0 on the line, meaning neither has anything to lose in the exhibition.

Paul holds a significant weight and height advantage over Mayweather, but is still not expected to cause the older man any real problems.

Logan Paul net worth: Estimated wealth of YouTube star

According to WealthyGorilla, Paul is worth $19million.

The 25-year-old started out on the now-defunct social media platform Vine before moving to YouTube.

Now, he has his own podcast, personal channel and a brand of merchandise.

The Ohio-born internet celebrity also has his own subscription service called the 'Maverick Club'

The club offers paid subscribers the chance to enter competitions, see exclusive content and get involved in video chats.

He is expected to have raked in an astonoshing amount for his two fights against 'KSI', having fought on Pay-Per-View and DAZN.

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  • Paul and 'KSI' – real name Olajide Olatunji – both earned a flat fee for their rematch as well as Pay-Per-View revenue from Sky Sports' coverage of the event.

    The fight drew a reported 216,000 PPV buys in the UK alone at £9.95 apiece.

    Added to Paul's guaranteed purse of $900,000, the American has got a fair bit of cash in the bank before he cashes his cheque for fighting Mayweather.

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