Floyd Mayweather boxing match against Logan Paul sold one million pay-per-view buys

Showtime predicts the show boxing match between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Logan Paul sold one million pay-per-view purchases, a person in the industry with knowledge who was not allowed to speak publicly, told USA TODAY Sports.
The pay-per-view for the fight was $ 49.99, which is estimated to raise $ 50 million, the source confirmed.
Sportico was the first to report the news.
Three of the four best bouts of all time based on pay-per-view purchases involved Mayweather, the retired champion who made a record 4.6 million pay-per-view purchases in 2015 with his fight against Manny Pacquiao.
The forecast pay-per-view numbers from the Mayweather-Paul fight would be around $ 25, according to Tapology.
The industry source said those key figures involved in the Mayweather-Paul fight would be pleased with these numbers, in part because the fight took place on a Sunday night and that Paul was a stranger who died prior to the Mayweather show in Miami had fought a professional match.
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Logan Paul-Floyd Mayweather Boxing Match Sold One Million PPV Purchases
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