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Floyd Mayweather Jr. Announced That His Fight With “Ninja Boy” Tenshin Nasukawa Has Been Cancelled

MAYWEATHER JR. – Professional American boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. calls of his fight with Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa.

In a previous article, Mayweather accepted the challenge of Russian MMA fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov, who has a record of 27 wins and 0 lose. Mayweather said that he would agree to the fight as long as the bout is inside the boxing ring under the boxing rules.

He further bragged  his record of 50 wins and 0 losses while claiming that his fight with Khabib will simply give him a nine-figure payday.

Recently, after the conference in Japan, he cancelled a fight with Japanese kickboxer Tensin Nasukawa as they never officially agreed to the fight in the first place.

MAYWEATHER JR.

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A report in KAMI states that Mayweather never really met Nasukawa until he visited Japan. He claimed that he was given a “Special Bout”, in which he will face opponents for an exhibition match for 9 minutes in 3 rounds. Nasukawa is also an undefeated fighter, with the record of 27 wins and zero losses in kickboxing; and 4 wins and zero losses in martial arts.

However, by the time he went to Japan, he and his team were completely derailed by the direction the event was going to so they put a stop to it. He apologized to his fans who look forward to this event and added that he was blindsided by the arrangements made without his consent.

As per the report, Mayweather finally said that he is already retired who earns an unprecedented amount of money, globally, for appearances, speaking engagements and occasional small exhibitions.

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