Floyd Mayweather, 46, confirms FIVE new boxing exhibition bouts in five countries as Jake Paul fight rumours continue | The Sun

FLOYD MAYWEATHER has confirmed FIVE new boxing exhibition bouts in as many countries.

The American legend officially retired in 2017 after beating ex-UFC champion Conor McGregor.

But he has returned for six exhibitions since, against stars of the MMA, YouTube and reality TV world.

And Mayweather is not done yet, as he revealed he will fight in South Korea, Germany, Tokyo in Japan, Australia and Miami back Stateside.

He posted: "This is what my 2023 looks like so far…5 exhibitions in 5 countries in 9 months and if any of these exhibitions don’t happen, I still get paid.

"I’m the most active hustler in boxing, my money is guaranteed."


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Mayweather, 46, most recently faced Geordie Shore star-turned fighter Aaron Chalmers, 35, in his UK boxing debut over eight rounds.

He rolled back to clock to shine but did so in front of an empty O2 Arena.

Mayweather has knocked out Japanese martial arts pair Tenshin Nasukawa, 24, and Mikuru Asakura, 30, in recent years.

Chalmers, ex-sparring partner Don Moore and YouTuber Logan Paul, 27, all survived the eight-round distance.

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But social media sensation Deji, 26, brother to KSI, 29, was stopped inside six rounds in Dubai last November.

Logan's brother Jake, 26, was there that night but claimed Mayweather demanded him leave the venue before he fought.

It stems back to a row the pair had in 2021 when the self-proclaimed "Problem Child" stole his hat, sparking a melee.

And the bad blood still continues after Paul claimed Mayweather tried to jump him with an entourage of 50 following a Miami Heat game.

Paul offered to settle it in the ring after being filmed running away from his rival.

He said: "Floyd, if you want to run it one-on-one, no problem but I'm not dumb. I'm tough, I don't need to prove my toughness.

"But I'm not f*****g dumb, I'm not going to sit there and try fight 50 dudes, dipped out of that bitch."

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