It’s just an exhibition for rich people nothing more to it – Floyd Mayweather.
Floyd Mayweather emerged in Tokyo a few weeks ago and stepped into a press conference launching a super bout between him and a fighter we were hearing about for the first time Tenshin Nasukawa!
Floyd would then fly back to America and reveal even more breaking news stating that he was duped and conned into coming out on that press run. He went on to refuse to fight the Japan apparently famous fighter with no loss to his name yet.
The champion who stands at 50-0 claimed Japan’s matchmakers had it wrong; he was not coming out of retirement to fight a 20 year old and was not interested however the paycheck was so good for the promo run that he made 7 figures hence why he played along for the display.
Well it turns out, the only concern that was holding him back, was how the outcome of the fight would affect his spotless record, so both sides went back to the drawing board.
The rules to the exhibition match have since been adjusted to suit his fancy. So yes, the fight is back on (until further notice), but under slightly different pretenses.
The new rules state that no fighter is allowed to kick, not one iota, stated Floyd in an impromptu interview with TMZ. “There’s no official fight. It’s an exhibition. A small, nine-minute exhibition.
No kicking,” he explained. “It’s going to be the highest paid exhibition ever. Just for promoting this event I’ve made seven figures.”
As the record states, the exhibition match will take place in Tokyo on New Year’s Eve, barring any last minute interjections from the Money Team. We’ll keep you posted.