Floyd Mayweather Jr., continues to look for reflectors. At the beginning of the year, he made fun of Saúl "Canelo" Álvarezconsidered the best poun
Floyd Mayweather Jr., continues to look for reflectors. At the beginning of the year, he made fun of Saúl “Canelo” Álvarezconsidered the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world, whom he easily beat on September 14, 2013. Later, he announced an exhibition fight for 2022, which would be his third since announcing his retirement from professional boxing.
“Money” indicated that the fight will take place at the heliport of the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, in the city of Dubai and, as is often the case when Mayweather gets involved, there will be a lot of money involved.
“It is a great business, I repeat, a great great business. In 2022 here in Dubai there will be exhibitions, big business and some interesting events“, Said the boxer when announcing the lawsuit last January.
However, he also made it clear that This appearance will be for entertainment only, as he does not plan to return to professionalism: “I don’t like to call what I’m doing a fight. I like to call it a limited edition boxing sampler. Because it’s bigger than just boxing.”
After the negotiations against the young youtuber “Money Kicks” broke down in December,
Mayweather seeks to challenge the world champion in two categories, Badou Jack. Although from the initial announcement, the fans asked him for a rematch against Oscar de la Hoya.
“Everyone loves Dubai, it’s amazing. Floyd is always there, I was going to be a part of that show, actuallysaid Jack to SunSport, showing that he was interested in participating. “We’re not sure when it’s going to happen right now, but everyone wants to make money and everyone wants to be in big fights.
“Floyd is a big name all over the world and people love him there. Money talks and he is the king of money: ‘Money Mayweather‘” he stressed.
In June 2021, “Money” faced fellow youtuber Logan Paul at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida. In that duel there was no winner. Previously, in a huge box office success, he defeated UFC champion Conor McGregor on August 26, 2017 in Las Vegas.