Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul battle outcomes, highlights: ‘Cash’ impresses as exhibition goes the space

The Showtime pay-per-view battle between Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul was known to have no winner announced if the show went the distance. That probably won’t take away anything from Paul who can claim a moral victory after managing all eight rounds with one of the greatest boxers of all time on Sunday night at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.

Mayweather was clearly the better fighter, as expected, but Paul used his huge size and weight advantage to lean on Mayweather and avoid taking more than one or two clear shots at a time from the former multi-division world champion.

“I was having fun,” Mayweather said after the fight. “You have to realize that I’m not 21 anymore, but it’s good to move around with these guys.”

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Mayweather was very careful at the beginning, trying to figure out what brought Paul into the ring and also trying to avoid clean shots of the YouTube star. Paul entered the ring well over 30 pounds taller and with a six-inch range advantage.

After Mayweather had played almost exclusively on the defensive in the second round, Mayweather finally turned the offense in the third and opened with some clean left hooks that rocked Paul’s head back and occasionally interfered with the overhand right.

Although “Money” was beginning to find room to land clean shots, whenever Mayweather seemed to get his offense on track, Paul would clinch, choke, and lean, causing Mayweather to carry his weight.

“He’s better than I thought,” said Mayweather. “As for the big ones, the heavyweights? It’s going to be tough. But he’s a tough, tough competitor.”

Paul seemed to get tired on the track, losing the crack he had in his punches to open the competition, and pouring sweat as he performed jabs that Mayweather could mostly easily avoid while the boxing icon picked points to To score points.

Although it would have been a definite loss if the judges had been present, Paul was delighted after walking the distance.

“Shit man, I don’t want anyone telling me anything is impossible ever again,” Paul said. “The fact that I’m here with one of the greatest boxers of all time proves that the odds can be beat.”

The fight drew intermittent boos from the crowd, with those in attendance seeking a final knockout finish, but that level of action never came and neither appeared to be seriously injured at any point in the clash.

Paul seemed to share some of the fans’ questions about how seriously Mayweather approached the fight.

“I mean, you never know with this guy,” said Paul. “I’m going to go home thinking, ‘Did Floyd let me survive?’ It is an honor to adorn the ring with him. This is the coolest thing ever. “

Mayweather, 44, commented afterward that he is definitely no longer fighting professionally and “probably” won’t have another show.

“Your children can’t eat inheritance. They can eat from the currency. I believe in building generational wealth. That’s important to me,” Mayweather said.

“This may be the last time we’ll see him in the ring. Whether you liked the show or not, OK or not, give this man his flowers today,” said Stephen Espinoza, President of Showtime Sports the fight.

Elsewhere on the map, Badou Jack scored a knockout in the fourth round against Dervin Colina in a light heavyweight contest co-main event. Jack overwhelmed the Venezuelan-born who made his US debut on short notice after Jean Pascal was forced to step down for four positive tests for banned substances. Jack hopes the win can get him back into the competition at 175 pounds or maybe move up to cruiserweight.

CBS Sports was by your side the entire way on Sunday. So be sure to keep track of the live results and highlights below.

Combat card, results

  • Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul ends in a draw (contract issue)
  • Badou jack def. Dervin Colina on the knockout in the round of 16
  • Luis Arias def. Jarrett Hurd on Split Decision (94-95, 97-93, 96-93)
  • Chad Johnson vs. Brian Maxwell ends in a draw (Contract issue)

Mayweather vs. Paul Unofficial Scorecard, Live Coverage

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Paul

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Metropolis’s ‘Cash Issues’ video highlights lodgers’ tax

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According to a city press release, the city of Roswell is putting the spotlight on subtenant taxes in the second episode of its Money Matters video series.

The city is producing a special video series to educate citizens about different types of funds that manage the city’s finances. The Money Matters series began in March with a video that provides an overview of corporate funds and the city departments that work with these types of funds. The video, the subtenant’s tax video and future videos in the series can be found on the city’s website – at roswell-nm.gov/1537/Money-Matters – and social media.

The subtenant tax is a 5 percent tax paid by customers of hotels, motels, and other lodging establishments. State law allows municipalities to levy this tax through accommodation providers.

The tax revenue is used for the tourism promotion of the city as well as for expenses related to tourism events and certain facilities. The second video “Money Matters” explains the details of how the city handles and uses the subtenant tax.

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Charleston-Fashion Double Porch Highlights Alexandria Dwelling

The townhouse has a Charleston-style arrangement of lower and upper porches. But that’s not the only outdoor space to enjoy. The residents also have a landscaped garden and deck in the background.

Inside, the home has an open floor plan with hardwood floors, an eat-in kitchen and living room with built-in features. The bedrooms can be used flexibly, some are currently used as office and family rooms.

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  • Address: 424 N Alfred St, Alexandria, Virginia
  • Price: $ 1,299,900
  • Square feet: 2016
  • Bedroom: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3 full and 1 half bath
  • Built: 2001
  • Features: Beautiful detached 4br / 3.5ba Charleston style townhouse with double porch was brand new designed and built in 2001 by renowned local builder William Cromley. Just blocks from King Street, the Waterfront, Braddock Metro, Trader Joe’s and Harris Teeter. Around 2,000 m² (tax return is incorrect) light-flooded living space (without a cellar on the lower floor) with a parking lot of more than 2,000 m² with two parking spaces. Open floor plan with 9 ‘+ ceilings, large eat-in kitchen (large peninsula with bar, granite countertops, newer LG refrigerator and Bosch dishwasher), dining area and living room with custom-made fixtures and gas fireplace. French doors from the kitchen lead you to a fully fenced and landscaped yard with a large deck that is perfect for entertaining (two built-in storage sheds for additional storage). Wooden floors and recessed lighting throughout. The upper veranda has double access from the hallway and another one in the front bedroom. Spacious primary bath with two large double closets. The third level has two bedrooms currently used as a family room and the other has an office with a built-in desk. Trap door on the main level to gain access to a large (approx. 250 m²) lower storage area and a mechanical level.

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Stephen King Highlights Two Reveals As ‘Unbeatable Leisure,’ And They’re Each Streaming

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Stephen King is not only one of the most prolific and popular writers of the past 50 years, but also someone who is never afraid to make his opinion known about pop culture. It’s something he’s been doing for decades as his pull quotes can be found in a wide variety of films, books, and more. In the past few years he has used social media in one of these ways. Hell, he’s been briefing his followers over the past few weeks how excited he is for M. Night Shyamalan’s new film, Old and how much he loves the Servant series on Apple TV + (which Shyamalan produces funny enough).

Now he’s back and starts a quick new post on his personal one Twitter Page – and this time he highlights one of the best adaptations of his books (Mr. Mercedes) and a show he enjoys without a personal connection (The Sinner). Check out his tweet below!

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In June, our atrocity investigator picked up a thin, furless dog. We can’t imagine poor Lily in pain for so long. Just touching her skin made her bleed. It was crusted, light pink, and had lots of infected skin. While having very little energy, Lily was a survivor and has worked hard on her health for the past 7 months. She is finally ready to find her eternal family and break away from the difficult first years of her life.

Currently at a nursing home that reports Lily is “a great source of joy and pleasure”, this shy but sweet girl is thriving. She is well on her way to potty and crate training. She hasn’t had an accident at her nursing home in weeks and walks easily into her box but barks a few minutes before settling down. Lily loves to cuddle, chew hard bones, and now has the energy to take long walks.

Lily has played with other dogs and is very fond of wrestling and rumbling, so it is difficult for her to stop playing when other dogs are around! She would do well in a single dog home or in a home with other dogs who enjoy a good hard romp and people who could be proactive in reinforcing calm behaviors when everyone is together.

Lily is around 3 years old, weighs 65 pounds, is heartworm positive and has not yet been neutered. As a tall girl who occasionally gets nervous when excited, she is looking for a home with no children under 12. Having an intact pet in your home is an additional responsibility that potential adopters should consider. She has been vaccinated, microchipped and is currently involved in parasite prevention.

Because of the long road to recovery that Lily is still on, she is offered a caregiver to adopt a candidate. This brings many advantages, such as access to our dog trainer and our clinic for Lily’s needs! The Tulsa SPCA will continue to medicate Lily until she is healthy enough to be neutered. After that, the adoption will be completed. We will also start treating your heartworms soon at no cost to your adopters.

Let us know when you’re happy with Lily’s!

LIKE TO ADOPT LILY

The Tulsa SPCA is currently only operational by appointment.

• Visit tulsaspca.org/adoptable-dogs. Click on their profile and use the orange “Interested in this animal? Click here!” Apply button to apply.

• If approved, we will contact you to finalize the paperwork, collect payment, and schedule an appointment for your drive-through adoption.

• Please stay home if you feel unwell, especially if you have symptoms of fever, cough or sore throat.

All available Tulsa SPCA pets can be viewed at tulsaspca.org.

Photo provided by Tulsa SPCA