Mayweather to Compete New Year’s Eve.

Floyd Mayweather will definitely fight against Tenshin Nasukawa on New Year’s Eve. Tenshin Nasukawa is a Japanese kickboxer. This was announced by the CEO of a promotional company that is organising the mixed martial arts event.

The boxing legend announced that he would take on the Japanese star at the next Rizin Fighting Federation event. The event will be held in Saitama. Mayweather assured that he is committed to the contest upon his return to the US. Did you know that at best online casino usa you can play boxing related game and stand a chance to win big.

Floyd posted on his Instagram account that he agreed to a 3 round exhibition. The match is only for a small group of wealthy spectators for a very large fee. He stressed that there is no intention of the match being represented as an official fight card. Also, he said the match will not be televised worldwide. So there are very slim chances you will be able to bet real money on it.

Rizin’s FF CEO Nobuyuki Sakakibara’s unverified Twitter account indicated the New Year’s Eve fight was back on. He, however, said the rules and duration of the bout are yet to be determined.

The Twitter post went on to say that Mayweather will fight Nasukawa on December 31 for RIZIN 14. However, the details will be explained once Sakakibara got back to Japan. Undoubtedly, the finer details of this fight do need some time to be completed. But if you wont be available to watch this site you can play boxing related slot at bestusacasinosites.com's online slots and have good time of your life.

Mayweather retired from boxing a second time in 2017. This was with an unblemished 50-0 record after an illustrious career. Furthermore, he won world titles at 5 different weight classes.

But, Floyd has never competed professionally in any other form of combat sport. For this reason, his decision to fight with an MMA brand is surprising.

Mayweather has indicated that he is interested in making the contest happen in a video posted on TMZ Sports. However, he stressed that the contest was to be a small 9-minute exhibition and not an official fight. The boxing legend expects to be paid handsomely for his services.

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