Floyd Mayweather Vs. Tenshin Nasukawa Is Back On: "It's An Exhibition, No Kicking"

Admittedly, the proposed bout between Floyd Mayweather and Japanese kickboxing phenom Tenshin Nasukawa has been laborious to maintain tabs on. Following its announcement, Floyd flew to Japan to launch the struggle’s inaugural press run.

Everything gave the impression to be headed in the suitable path, till a number of days later when he pulls out unexpectedly, citing false pretenses. To blame: the Japanese matchmakers, or so he claims.

Well it seems, the one concern holding him again, was how the result the struggle would have an effect on his spotless file, so either side went again to the drafting board. The guidelines to the exhibition match have since been adjusted to swimsuit his fancy. So sure, the struggle is again on (till additional discover), however underneath barely totally different pretenses.

The new guidelines state that no fighter is allowed to kick, not one iota, acknowledged Floyd in an impromptu interview with TMZ. “There’s no ficial struggle. It’s an exhibition. A small, nine-minute exhibition. No kicking,” he defined. “It’s going to be the best paid exhibition ever. Just for selling this occasion I’ve made seven figures.”

As the file states, the exhibition match will happen in Tokyo on New Year’s Eve, barring any final minute interjections from the Money Team. We’ll preserve you posted.