How Did Logan Paul Survive 8 Rounds With Boxing Legend Floyd Mayweather Sunday? His Lucky, Million Dollar Pokemon Card Of Course.

Logan Paul walks to the ring before an exhibition boxing match against Floyd Mayweather at Hard Rock Stadium, Sunday, June 6, 2021, in Miami Gardens, Fla. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

If you’re wondering what allowed Logan Paul to exit the boxing ring after his 8-round exhibition with Floyd Mayweather Sunday on his own two feet and with his faculties intact, it wasn’t impeccable training and boxing skill apparently. 

No, according to Paul, it was just more of the “good luck” he’s experienced every single day since he got his hands on a rare and valuable Pokemon card. 

You may have seen it as he walked into the ring Sunday. Paul turned the card into a diamond-encrusted necklace, and get this. The card, not counting the diamonds, is worth $1 million. 

The card is rare.  Not quite as rare as a Logan Paul cross hook that landed squarely on Floyd Mayweather’s nose, but almost that rare according to the internet star/boxer.

 “This is a Pokemon card. It’s a BGS 10 Charizard, first edition Charizard. It’s one of three in the world. It is my prized possession.”

According to Paul he spent $150,000 on the card last year, and his life has been a joyride ever since.  “Ever since I got this graded at a 10, the momentum in my life has been crazy. It’s my good luck charm, my prized possession. Estimated value, now… I mean, s—, this is a million-dollar card, baby.”

Considering he made roughly $20 million for essentially hugging Mayweather for 45 minutes on Sunday, I’d say there’s some truth to it being a good luck charm. 

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