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SportsFloyd Mayweather vs. Tenshin Nasukawa rules announced

08:31  07 december  2018
08:31  07 december  2018 Source:   thescore.com

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Floyd Mayweather is expected to step into the ring to compete against Tenshin Nasukawa at Rizin’s year-end show. It was not announced exactly what kind of fight Mayweather and Nasukawa would be participating in. Sakakibara could only say that the contest was going to be under “special rules

Floyd Mayweather will return from a short-lived retirement to face Tenshin Nasukawa under the Rizin Fighting Federation banner on New Year’s Eve. The matchup was announced during a press conference on Sunday evening. The rules of the bout were not initially clear, however.

Floyd Mayweather vs. Tenshin Nasukawa rules announced© Ethan Miller / Getty Images Sport / Getty

The rules for the exhibition bout between Floyd Mayweather and kickboxing prodigy Tenshin Nasukawa were announced Thursday.

Mayweather and Nasukawa attended a media day Thursday in Las Vegas to promote the bout.

"I love competing against fighters from all walks of life ..." Mayweather said Thursday, according to Marc Raimondi of MMAFighting.com. "It's all about entertainment. Nine minutes of entertainment. It's going to be amazing.

"I'm in the entertainment business. That's what I go out there to do. I love to do this. I'm working out to put on a show for three rounds."

The exhibition is set for Rizin 14 on Dec. 31 in Japan.

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