Floyd Mayweather Jr., the legendary boxer and one of the greatest fighters of all time, has confirmed that he will be taking part in five new boxing exhibition bouts in five different countries. The news comes as speculation continues to swirl around a potential fight between Mayweather and YouTube star Jake Paul.
Mayweather, 46, is widely considered to be one of the greatest boxers of all time, having won world titles in five different weight classes and having a perfect professional record of 50-0. He has not fought since his 2017 bout with UFC star Conor McGregor, but he has remained active in the boxing world, promoting fights and taking part in exhibition bouts.
The five exhibition bouts will take place in the United States, Japan, China, the United Kingdom, and Mexico. Mayweather will be taking on a different opponent in each bout, and the opponents have yet to be announced. The bouts will be held in the summer of 2021, and will be broadcast on pay-per-view.
The news of the exhibition bouts comes as speculation continues to swirl around a potential fight between Mayweather and YouTube star Jake Paul. Paul, who has become a popular figure in the boxing world, has been calling out Mayweather for months, and recently challenged him to a fight. Mayweather has yet to respond to Paul’s challenge, but the exhibition bouts could be seen as a way for him to stay active and stay in shape while he considers his options.
Mayweather’s exhibition bouts will be a great opportunity for boxing fans to see one of the greatest fighters of all time in action. It will also be a great opportunity for Mayweather to stay active and stay in shape while he considers his options. No matter what happens, it is sure to be an exciting summer of boxing.