Mayweather vs Nasukawa

Mayweather vs Nasukawa : The fight was initially announced, then called off, then re-announced again, and is now set to take place on Monday, December 31..after all. Their nine-minute exhibition fight is now back on. There will be no kicking for the fight, which means it’s going to be a one-sided exhibition Mayweather said to TMZ.com. No kicking. It’s going to be the highest paid exhibition ever. It’s a no-brainer. Just because I’m retired, I still make appearances around the world and make a ton of money.”

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Mayweather vs. Nasukawa might not be worth televising in the U.S. If Mayweather is seen beating up on a little known kickboxer like Nasukawa, he could mess things up for himself for when he tries to sell a fight between him and UFC star Khabib Nurmagomedov. There’s only so many of Mayweather’s

circus level events that the fans are going to be willing to purchase before they put their foot down and stop buying them. It would be better for Mayweather to wait until he fights a well known MMA fighter like Khabib if he wants to keep selling his fights to the boxing and MMA public in the United States. Nasukawa is too much of an unknown for the fans in the States for it to be a worthwhile one to try and sell to the public

Floyd Mayweather vs. Tenshin Nasukawa: Fight Time, Odds and Predictions. Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Tenshin Nasukawa will face off in a clash between a Hall of Famer and boxing newcomer at the Saitama Super Arena in Japan on Saturday.
The event will be hosted by Japanese mixed martial arts organisation Rizin Fighting Federation, who recently released a preview of the exhibition, including some of Nasukawa’s best moments in kickboxing.Mayweather had his first pro fight in October 1996, more than 18 months before Nasukawa was born, but even the friendly circumstances are liable to drag the competitive side out of the 50-0 king.

Mayweather is prepared to face any threat Nasukawa will pose, via TMZ Sports: Nasukawa holds a 28-0 record in kickboxing and made his debut in July 2014, one month prior to his 16th birthday. He has only gone to a decision in seven of those and has developed a reputation in his native country as one of the biggest prospects in combat sports.

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