Floyd Mayweather’s next opponent has finally revealed, in what will be a big fight
Floyd Mayweather is now on the verge of returning to Boxing
Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather is reportedly lined up to face former super Featherweight champion Takashi Uchiyama in a fight that is expected to take place in Japan.
This indicates that the American is very eager to return to the ring, as he retired after defeating Conor McGregor in what was a super fight.
Floyd Mayweather is one of the most successful boxers in the world, given the money he earned, as well as the real estate he acquired through Boxing.
The 43-year-old has a private jet, a superyacht, mansions and a lot of cars in garages where his children also live.
Two years ago, Floyd Mayweather held an exhibition fight against Tenshin Nasukawa, in which he won and received huge money for the victory.
According to the Daily Mail, E-fight promoters are responsible for organizing another exhibition fight for Floyd Mayweather.
“Mayweather vs Takashi Uchiyama is the most exciting.
There are various problems, such as immigration, opponents, money, etc. “but communication with the person develops positively.
I expect this opportunity, ” explained promoter Nobuyuki Sakakibara. Before Uchiyama retired from Boxing four years ago, the 40-year-old had 27 fights and lost two, while Floyd Mayweather won all of his 50 fights.
Meanwhile, he reported how retired American boxer Mayweather repeated his commitment not to return to the rings, despite calls that he should come out of retirement to fight as well as earn good money.
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Mayweather, who earned almost $ 1 billion over his 21-year professional career, responded to criticism from UFC star Chael Sonnen and rapper 50 Cent that he was “broke.
” The 43-year-old retired in 2017 immediately after defeating Conor McGregor in the 10th round of their fight, where he earned at least $ 200 million.
Floyd Mayweather has lifted five different weight titles, winning all of his 50 professional fights to make him the greatest pound-for-pound boxer of all time in a glittering career.