Floyd Mayweather will step back into the ring to fight Don Moore in an exhibition match in Dubai. Floyd Mayweather is one of the biggest starts in boxing and has an undefeated record in boxing. Mayweather has a record of 50 wins and 0 losses. Floyd retired from boxing after fighting UFC star Conor McGregor in 2017. The fight became one of the highest boxing PPVs of all time. Since then Floyd has fought Youtuber Logan Paul.
Floyd plans to return to the ring and fight Don Moore for an exhibition match. Don is a little known boxer but is called Dangerous Dan Moore. Dan has a professional record of 18 wins and 0 losses, and this will be the third exhibition match of Floyd since retiring in 2017. Dan last fought in 2016 against DeShawn Williams and won the fight via knockout.
The fight was supposed to be on 14th May but was cancelled because of the sudden death of UAE President, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. His death led to an automatic three-day suspension of all work and the fight was cancelled. However, the fight is back on again and will take place on May 21st in Dubai. Mayweather suggests the fight will take place on May 21st, whereas conflicting reports suggest the fight will be pushed back to October.
Floyd Mayweather asked Amir Khan to delay his retirement
A Fight between British Boxer Amir Khan and Floyd Mayweather was highly expected by the boxing fans around the globe. However, it seems that fans hope to see the two fighters go against each other in the ring will only remain a hope. Amir khan has recently retired from boxing leaving behind and plans to fight Floyd Mayweather.
The former boxer announced his retirement on Friday after a 17 year professional career. Amir had a record of 34 wins in his 40 fights throughout his career and was a silver medallist in 2004 Olympic. Khan recently met Mayweather as evident from his Instagram.
Amir khan has revealed that Boxing star Floyd Mayweather tried to talk out the British boxer from retiring. Amir revealed he will not let others control his life and said: “Floyd said to me ‘Look, we should get it on’,” Khan said. “And I said ‘Brother, tomorrow I’m going to announce my retirement.’ And he goes ‘No, I don’t think you should. Obviously, pro fighters say to you all your life ‘we should fight each other’ and they keep you on the side, on the bench and I’m like forget that man, I want to be in control of myself.