Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather faces YouTube star Logan Paul in a PPV match tonight – here’s how to watch the fight live

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  • Undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather will fight YouTube star Logan Paul in a PPV event at 8 p.m. ET.
  • The $50 pay-per-view (PPV) is available to order via Showtime, Fanmio, and most cable providers.
  • A Showtime plan is not needed to order the PPV, and existing members still need to pay the $50 fee.

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YouTube star Logan Paul will face undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition pay-per-view fight. Showtime and Fanmio will stream the pay-per-view event live from Miami, Florida, starting tonight at 8 p.m. ET.

You’ll have to pay $50 plus taxes and fees to watch Mayweather vs. Paul using the Showtime app, Fanmio app, or cable/satellite TV providers like Xfinity.

The fight will be the largest spectacle yet for Paul, who embarked on a professional boxing career alongside his brother and fellow YouTube star Jake Paul more than two years ago. While Jake has earned victories in his first three professional boxing matches, Logan lost his official debut against another YouTuber in November 2019.

Mayweather boasts an undefeated record with 50 wins and 27 knockouts; he last fought against former UFC champion Conor McGregor in 2017. At 44 years old, Mayweather no longer contends for world championships, but he’s still considered one of the best boxers of his generation and remains an influential figure in the sport.

Paul stands six inches taller than Mayweather and will likely weigh significantly more on the day of the fight, but Mayweather’s years of experience and unmatched technique make him the clear favorite. On the undercard, Badou Jack will face Dervin Colina in a light heavyweight match; and former NFL player Chad Johnson will make his boxing debut.

How to watch Mayweather vs. Paul

Mayweather vs. Paul is a $50 pay-per-view event produced by Showtime. You can order the fight to watch online via the Showtime app or the Fanmio app. You can also order directly through cable/satellite providers like Xfinity and Spectrum. The event starts tonight at 8 p.m. ET.

A Showtime subscription is not required to purchase the PPV. Though Showtime is presenting Mayweather vs. Paul, the event won’t be broadcast on Showtime’s cable channels. Showtime subscribers still have to pay $50 to their TV provider or through the Showtime app to watch the fight.

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The Showtime app is available on Apple devices, Roku, Roku TVs, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox, and Android smart TVs from Sony and Hisense. You can also visit Showtime.com to watch on your computer.

The Fanmio app is available on Apple devices, Google TV, Android TV, and Amazon Fire TV. Fanmio PPV purchases of the fight also include a free limited-edition shirt.

Here’s the full fight card for Mayweather vs. Paul

  • Chad Johnson versus Brian Maxwell [four-round exhibition]
  • Jarrett Hurd versus Luis Arias [10-round super welterweight fight]
  • Badou Jack versus Dervin Colina [10-round light heavyweight fight]
  • Floyd Mayweather versus Logan Paul [eight-round exhibition]
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Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather faces YouTube star Logan Paul in a PPV match this Sunday – here’s how to watch the fight live

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Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul
  • Undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather will fight YouTube star Logan Paul on June 6.
  • The match headlines a $50 pay-per-view (PPV) event presented by Showtime.
  • A Showtime plan is not needed to order the PPV, and existing members still need to pay the $50 fee.

Boxing PPV: Mayweather vs. Paul (small)

YouTube star Logan Paul will face undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition pay-per-view fight on June 6. Showtime will stream the pay-per-view fight live from Miami, Florida, starting at 8 p.m. ET.

You’ll have to pay $50 plus taxes and fees to stream Mayweather vs. Paul using the Showtime app, or you can order it through your cable or satellite TV provider.

The fight will be the largest spectacle yet for Paul, who embarked on a professional boxing career alongside his brother and fellow YouTube star Jake Paul more than two years ago. While Jake has earned victories in his first three professional boxing matches, Logan lost his official debut against another YouTuber in November 2019.

Mayweather boasts an undefeated record with 50 wins and 27 knockouts; he last fought against former UFC champion Conor McGregor in 2017. At 44 years old, Mayweather no longer contends for world championships, but he’s still considered one of the best boxers of his generation and remains an influential figure in the sport.

Paul stands six inches taller than Mayweather and will likely weigh significantly more on the day of the fight, but Mayweather’s years of experience and unmatched technique make him the clear favorite for this exhibition bout. On the undercard, Badou Jack will face Dervin Colina in a light heavyweight match; and former NFL player Chad Johnson will make his boxing debut.

How to watch Mayweather vs. Paul

Mayweather vs. Paul is a $50 pay-per-view event produced by Showtime. You can order the fight to stream online via the Showtime app, or purchase it through your cable/satellite provider. The event will start at 8 p.m. ET on June 6. A Showtime subscription is not required to purchase the PPV.

Boxing PPV: Mayweather vs. Paul (small)

The Showtime app is available on Apple devices, Roku, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox, PlayStation, and smart TVs from Samsung and LG. You can also visit Showtime.com to watch on your computer.

Though Showtime is presenting Mayweather vs. Paul, the event won’t be broadcast on Showtime’s cable channels. Showtime subscribers still have to pay $50 to their TV provider or through the Showtime app to watch the fight.

Here’s the full fight card for Mayweather vs. Paul

  • Chad Johnson versus Brian Maxwell [four-round exhibition]
  • Jarrett Hurd versus Luis Arias [10-round super welterweight fight]
  • Badou Jack versus Dervin Colina [10-round light heavyweight fight]
  • Floyd Mayweather versus Logan Paul [eight-round exhibition]
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Amazon Prime Video lets you add channels for an extra monthly fee – here’s how to get HBO, Starz, and more

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Amazon Prime subscribers can get access to more movies and shows through Prime Video Channels.

Prime Video Channels bring extra content to your existing Prime Video membership from many popular networks and services, including premium platforms like HBO and Showtime. Live TV channels are even included in some instances.

Below, we’ve broken everything you need to know about Prime Video Channels, including prices, popular services, free options, and more.

What are Amazon Prime Video Channels?

Prime Video Channels are monthly subscriptions that you can add to your Amazon Prime or Prime Video membership. For an extra monthly fee, you’ll get access to content from premium third-party networks and other streaming entertainment channels without leaving your Prime Video account.

Some subscriptions also offer a “Watch Live” feature, which gives you the option to live-stream programming on supported devices at the same time that it’s being broadcast on TV.

To add Prime Video channels you first need a Prime Video membership. Prime Video alone costs $9 a month. If you want all the perks of an Amazon Prime membership, such as free shipping on tons of items, you can get a full Amazon Prime subscription for $13 a month or $119 a year. All Amazon Prime memberships include access to Prime Video.

Once you sign up for Prime Video, you can start adding extra Prime Video channels to your subscription.

How many channels are there?

You can find all the Prime Video channels here. At a glance, the complete lineup looks to include over 150 channels – from HBO and Starz to Shudder and BritBox.

What are some of the most popular channels available?

Some of the most popular Prime Video Channels include several premium networks and services, like HBO Max and Showtime. Most channels include free trial periods so you can test them before paying.

Here’s a rundown of pricing and free trial periods for several popular Prime Video Channel add-ons:

HBO Max: $15/month

Starz: $9/month after one-week trial

Showtime: $11/month after one-week trial

Paramount Plus: $6/month (ad-supported) or $10/month (commercial-free) after one-week trial

Cinemax: $10/month after one-week trial

How expensive is it to use Prime Video Channels?

It depends on which channels you’re choosing to subscribe to. You won’t be paying for channels you don’t use or want, and you can cancel at any time. Major channels will cost about $6 to $15 a month on top of your existing Prime membership. You can also test many channel subscriptions with a seven-day trial before committing.

In terms of comparative pricing, Prime Video Channel prices are the same as what you’d find when subscribing directly to each standalone service. But, Prime Channels offers Prime members the added perk of keeping all your subscriptions housed in one platform.

Are there free channels?

Although most channels on Prime Video have a monthly cost, Prime Video includes the ad-supported IMDb TV channel for access to a number of shows and movies for free. The channel has a variety of content, including throwback movies like “Bring It On” and “The Karate Kid,” and binge-worthy series such as “Lost” and “Mad Men.”

The channel also has original videos, like “The IMDb Show,” so you can discover more about popular movies. Since it’s free, however, IMDb TV includes commercial breaks.

What are the TV shows and movies you can watch?

Each channel features a host of programs, but the selection varies depending on the service. Here are a few of the most popular shows and movies you can stream on Prime Video Channels and where to find them:

HBO Max: “Euphoria,” “Mare of Easttown,” “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver,” “Game of Thrones”

Starz: “The Girlfriend Experience,” “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” “Power Book II: Ghost”

Showtime: “City on a Hill,” “Billions,” “Your Honor,” “Shameless”

Paramount Plus: “Why Women Kill,” “For Heaven’s Sake,” “The Real World Homecoming: New York,” “Star Trek: Discovery”

You may find that some TV shows have earlier seasons available to all Prime Video members, and later seasons behind the Prime Video Channel paywall.

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