Who and when was Floyd Mayweather's last professional fight?
Floyd Mayweather will return to the ring this June 6th, for a non offical match in over four years when he takes on YouTube personality, Logan Paul.
Mayweather has agreed to fight Influencer turned boxer Logan Paul on an exhibition match in Miami this June. The bout was set to take place last year but was postpone due to COVID-19 restrictions. With the fighters having agreed on a venue, the on and off fight will finally happen.
The bout can be seen via streamed through the application Fanmio Boxing on a pay-per-view basis. The first million purchases will have a set price that will go up in cost as the fight approaches.
Mayweather's last fight
Mayweather's last fight was against Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa. However, the fight was not a professional one and did not count into any fighter's records. With the former world champion flooring his young opponent three times in the first round before the Japanese fighter's trainer rushed in to stop the fight.
The fight against Logan Paull will be similar and will not count as a professional one.
Money's last professional fight was a match in August 2017 against UFC star Conor McGregor. The trash talk before that fight was intense, particularly from McGregor, as the mixed martial arts champion looked to get fans pumped for the hotly anticipated bout. The Irish champ made his boxing debut against Mayweather and lost by TKO in the 10th round to bring the American's record to 50 wins and zero losses, with 27 knockouts.
Possibly the best boxer of all time, Floyd Mayweather, has become more of a star, an icon of pop culture. The American has never lost a fight in his career, having faced some of the best fighters in the history of the sport.
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