WATCH: 42 pounds heavier Floyd Mayweather bodyguard gets FLATLINED bantamweight boxer in Japan

Floyd Mayweather's bodyguard, Jizzy, fought on the RIZIN card that the legendary boxer himself took part in earlier today.

Floyd Mayweather bodyguard
Floyd Mayweather's bodyguard gets knocked out

Floyd Mayweather might have found success at the Super Rizin event held in Japan earlier today but his bodyguard, Jizzy Mack sure will regret picking a fight against a pro-fighter on the same card.

Jizzy Mack has been a bodyguard of Floyd Mayweather for quite some time and recently fought on the undercard of Floyd’s boxing exhibition in Japan. Mack was matched up with K-1 kickboxing veteran, Kouzi. Kouzi absolutely dominated the legendary boxer’s bodyguard and also earned a knockout victory.

Jizzy was 42 pounds heavier than the bantamweight kickboxer at the Rizin event. Despite having a weight advantage, Mack, aka Ray Sadeghi barely showed any signs of promise in the fight. After two rounds, Floyd‘s bodyguard was completely gassed out and Kouzi completely pieced his opponent.

In the third round, Mack was knocked out by the kickboxing vet and fell flat on the boxing ring. Jizzy looked absolutely defenseless as Kouzi landed some bombs on the bodyguard’s face. The fight came to an end in the third round. Mayweather was scheduled to fight right after Mack’s bout.

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Floyd “Money” Mayweather and his bodyguard

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