Boxing – Floyd Mayweather Vs Tenshin Nasukawa: ‘Pretty Boy’ Earns $9 Million In 139 Seconds
The Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa was halted in the first round, by Floyd Mayweather as the 50-0 boxer cleaned off his gloves to maintain his winning streak in a 3-round welterweight match on New Year’s Eve.
The previous five-division champion on the planet, Mayweather, amazed Nasukawa multiple times before the finish of the 1st round. In the wake of being knocked out by the 41-year-old, Floyd Mayweather, Nasukawa’s corner quit after the 3rd knockdown, and the 20-year-old was left in tears.
‘Money’ used his left hooks to drop Nasukawa down twice, and before that it was a short right hand that put him down for a 3rd time. After his speedy win, Mayweather’s remarks of staying retired essentially murdered discussion him being keen on battling the victor of the 19th January fight between Manny Pacquiao vs Adrien Broner.
Mayweather looked sharp regardless of being in retirement in the wake of halting the UFC’s Conor McGregor in his last proficient bout 16 months prior.
Mayweather’s boxing record remains untarnished after this fight, since this was an exhibition fight, with no official judges, so the battle would not be recorded on the cards. Be that as it may, the battle was worth $9 million to Mayweather, a figure which he earned in 139 seconds.
Floyd Mayweather has just been paid $9m to do this to kick boxer who weighs 2 stone lighter than him
— Adam Catterall (@AdamCatterall) December 31, 2018
— UltraInstinct (@shanuddin8888) December 31, 2018
? Today, Floyd Mayweather returns to the ring for an exhibition fight against Tenshin Nasukawa…
3️⃣ 3 x 3 minute rounds
? Straight boxing rules
?♂️ No judges
? Mayweather is set to earn around:
? $2.2M per minute
? $37,000 per second
? Mindblowing. pic.twitter.com/nTIjFDExXt
— SPORF (@Sporf) December 31, 2018
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