Undefeated boxing legend Floyd Mayweather will undoubtedly be contending on the yearly New Year’s Eve card for the RIZIN MMA advancement in Japan at RIZIN 14, and he will go up against one of the world’s greatest kickboxing sensations in Tenshin Nasukawa. In spite of some forward and backward since an underlying declaration that left everybody exceptionally befuddled, Mayweather and Nasukawa met with the media on Thursday at the Mayweather Boxing Club in Las Vegas to affirm they will square off in the novel issue.
Given the varying controls of the two warriors, the essential inquiry since this all started to unfurl had been what kind of session this will be. While few out there held out expectation that Nasukawa would be permitted to use his destructive kicks, that will, obviously, not be the situation. Amid the presser, the official tenets of the battle were uncovered, and obviously, this presentation battle is explicitly custom fitted toward the style of the 50-0 Mayweather.
- The presentation will be involved three, three-minute rounds
- The presentation will be challenged under straight boxing guidelines
- The two warriors will wear standard RIZIN 8-ounce gloves
- The session conveys with it a 147-pound weight limit
- There will be no judges to score the session at ringside
Regardless of the result of this full-contact presentation, the outcome won’t be fixing to either warrior’s legitimate record.
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Once more, not surprisingly, this exhibition is built to feature Mayweather in an unexpected setting in comparison to we ordinarily observe him. All things considered, that didn’t prevent journalists from addressing why the standards are so uneven as he vies for a MMA advancement on a yearly MMA card. At the point when inquired as to why Nasukawa isn’t allowed to use his dangerous kicks he’s turned out to be so celebrated for, Mayweather went off on a remarkable self absorbed rage about how this is about him, while in the meantime shooting down the pipe dream some had of him regularly contending under blended hand to hand fighting standards.