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Video: Floyd Mayweather Talks Return, Canelo, Nasukawa

By Ryan Burton

Undefeated boxing legend Floyd "Money" Mayweather and sensational RIZIN Fighting Federation star Tenshin Nasukawa will battle in a special exhibition fight on New Year's Eve from Saitama Prefecture Super Arena in Saitama, Japan.

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FLOYD MAYWEATHER

A 12-time boxing world champion in five weight classes, Mayweather is one of the greatest to ever enter the ring, buoyed by box office success that saw him shatter nearly all of the revenue records in the sport's history. Born in Grand Rapids, Mich., and fighting out of Las Vegas, he is the only fighter to have headlined four events that each generated more than 2 million pay-per-view buys. Forbes, Fortune and Sports Illustrated have all named Mayweather the world's highest paid athlete multiple times throughout a career in which he defeated 24 world champions.

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TENSHIN NASUKAMA
Tenshin Nasukawa was born in 1998 and trained in Karate and kickboxing from an early age by his trainer/father. Tenshin made his professional debut in 2014 at the age of 15 and has since claimed multiple world championships in kickboxing while remaining unbeaten. Tenshin is now the face for the Rizin Fighting Federation and their biggest headliner to date. Now aged just 20, Tenshin is a Japanese sensation whose main sponsor is a gaming giant called Cygames.

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NOBUYUKI SAKAKIBARA - RIZIN CEO

Nobuyuki Sakakibara is a Japanese businessman most well-known for his role as boss of Pride Fighting Championship. Sakakibara sold Pride to Lorenzo Fertita of Zuffa LLC in 2007 in a widely publicized deal. In 2015 he founded Rizin, a new organisations that mixed different fight styles in a single event. Rizin is now the most watched fighting event in Japan.

User Comments and Feedback
Comment by killakali on 12-07-2018

floyd gonna ko that lil chinito

Comment by aboutfkntime on 12-06-2018

[QUOTE=KingKrypton;19333497]Mayweather really going to beat up this little asian boy for a quick buck smh.[/QUOTE] funny thing..... people always said..... if Mayweather fights long enough, he will lose..... just like everyone else and yet..... the dude gets to keep fighting,…

Comment by HAVISJ on 12-06-2018

[QUOTE=KingKrypton;19333497]Mayweather really going to beat up this little asian boy for a quick buck smh.[/QUOTE] Hey, can you blame him? Seven figures, will make any fighter come out of retirement, especially for an exhibition in your favor.

Comment by KingKrypton on 12-06-2018

Mayweather really going to beat up this little asian boy for a quick buck smh.

Comment by Lopez_Boxing on 12-06-2018

[QUOTE=revelated;19333387]Tenshin is a VERY fast counter puncher. Even for 3 minutes and no judges Floyd better be on his game. Funny though - making more than Wilder and Fury put together while retired. That's a damn shame[/QUOTE] And Joshua and…

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