Miami area bracing for two boxing PPV’s

The weekend of Saturday, June 5th and Sunday, June 6th will be a memorable one for South Florida boxing fans as two major PPV events will take place in the Sunshine State on consecutive nights.

On Saturday is Triller’s PPV event headlined by undefeated and undisputed lightweight champion Teofimo Lopez against IBF mandatory challenger George Kambosos, plus ring legend Evander “Real Deal” Holyfield against “The Clones Colossus” Kevin McBride. The venue isn’t yet finalized for this event.

On Sunday, Showtime PPV brings the exhibition clash between ring legend Floyd Mayweather and YouTuber Logan Paul. The event is planned for Hard Rock Stadium, the home of the Miami Dolphins.

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A week later there will be another boxing pay-per-view in Miami. This one is an event featuring YouTubers vs. TikTokers. What is happening to the sweet science?

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  • Thinking I may come out of retirement and do a few tik tok’s so i can call myself a pro tik tok’r and beat down some you tubers. Whis with me lol

  • These shows actually do attract large views. ‘Show business’ is the biggest business in the world. But as a boxing fan I have to agree with Canelo Alvarez that these fights are ‘stupid’ and if a license was given to these fighters and someone gets badly hurt the boxing commission must be held responsible.

  • Boxing will always be a noble gladiatorial sport. It is the people involved herein, that have no integrity that are a making a mockery of boxing. NOT ‘boxing is going downhill.’ The examples are Holyfield and Mayweather not using their brands collectively, to offer amateur/ professional pugilists an annual tournament to produced new boxing legacies.

  • I couldn’t imagine having to drive to any of these venues and pay to watch these clowns. Miami used to be a great fight town too

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