Feb 23, 2021
Watch Logan Paul train for Floyd Mayweather as YouTuber says legend ‘putting himself in danger’ by underestimating him
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LOGAN PAUL warned Floyd Mayweather is 'putting himself in danger' should he be underestimating the YouTuber.
The pair were scheduled to fight on February 20, but it was later backdated, with a new date yet to be announced.5Logan Paul pictured training for his fight with Floyd Mayweather 5YouTuber Logan Paul captured on the oads
Mayweather has since celebrated his 44th birthday and admitted he has not yet started training for the exhibition.
Paul on the other hand has been ramping up his preparation with recent footage revealing the social media star hard at work.
One clip shows the 25-year-old smashing combinations on the body belt with another going through the motions on the pads.
Paul predicts Mayweather is in for a tougher night's work than he recognises and promises he is no gimmick challenger.
He said: "Floyd's putting himself in danger, he really is.
"He can underestimate me all he wants but I think when we get in the ring he's going to be in for a surprise and he's going to be in for a serious fight.
"I'd be surprised if it didn't worry him at least a little bit. To him he might think it's a joke but this s***s everything to me.
"I'm not going to not take advantage of it."5
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Mayweather officially retired in 2017, after sealing a perfect 50-0 record having beaten UFC star Conor McGregor in ten rounds.
He did return a year later, wiping out featherweight kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in round one of an exhibition.
It was the only time the unbeaten all-time great ever boxed outside of the US and his first away from Las Vegas since 2005.
But he will make a comeback for a similar spectacle against internet sensation Paul.
American vlogger Paul has boxed only twice before both against online rival KSI.5Floyd Mayweather celebrating his 44th birthdayCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5Logan Paul lost his pro debut against rival KSICredit: Getty Images - Getty
The first time they drew in a white collar bout in England before turning pro for their rematch in November 2019.
KSI ended up winning by split-decision after a two point deduction cost Paul the result.
Mayweather recently revealed his bout with Paul was cancelled as they want a live crowd to be in attendance.
The American icon named the Las Vegas Raiders' new NFL stadium as a potential host, as it can hold up to 80,000 fight fans.
Mayweather was quick to assure the exhibition will go ahead despite having no renewed time frame.
He said before his birthday bash: "I know it's going to happen. We're just going to make sure everything's right, everything's where it should be."
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National Day Of Unplugging: Putting The Technology Down After A Difficult Year
(CBS LOCAL) – Most of us have been spending more time than ever in front of our screens this past year, whether it’s on phones, computers, or televisions.
Friday, March 5th is the National Day of Unplugging, which calls for people to put away devices.READ MORE: W. Va. Sales Tax Would Top U.S. States Under Income Tax Cut Plan
The Bartkowski family in San Diego spends much of their life online these days between remote work and virtual learning for 12-year-old McKenna and eight-year-old Aiden. When asked how much time she’s spending in front of screens, McKenna says, “I feel like a lot.”
McKenna estimates she’s online eight hours or more a day for school and socializing. That’s why their mom Lisa plans to have the family participate in National Day of Unplugging for the first time.
“It’s a first step in training our minds to just slow down and think of things in a different way and take the time that we will be spending on screens to do other things that are important as well,” Lisa says.READ MORE: Police Say Beware After Chase Bank Accounts Unknowingly Opened In Peoples Names
National Day of Unplugging can last anywhere between one to 24 hours. People can even sign up for cell phone sleeping bags to hide their devices in, which may be a tough challenge after a year online.
“We’re able to now see how we feel when it’s in excess,” says Kim Cavallo, a National Day of Unplugging organizer. “I think the thing is to realize is that what I want to do with my time when I’m not working or I’m not in school.”
The campaign suggests activities like getting outside or joining their scavenger hunts.
McKenna says, “I think it should be something that families should maybe do like maybe once a week or like even more than that. Realize that there’s a lot of other fun things to do.”MORE NEWS: Family Of Missing Olivia Zane Hangs Fliers In Pittsburghs Oakland Neighborhood
The Bartkowskis are looking to go kayaking – a day on the water and off the grid.