The standards of the presentation matchup were discharged by Mayweather’s Swanson Communications advertising group Thursday. Mayweather and Nasukawa were both at Mayweather’s confining club Las Vegas on Thursday for a media day. Nasukawa, a 20-year-old kickboxing wonder, worked out for the correspondents accumulated, huge numbers of them from his local Japan.
Floyd Mayweather vs. Tenshin Nasukawa Fight
Per the discharge, Mayweather versus Nasukawa will be led under straight boxing guidelines for three rounds of three minutes each. The two men will wear 8-ounce Rizin gloves and the challenge will be led at a load of 147 pounds. There will be no judges, so apparently no choices after those three rounds.
“This will be full contact rivalry, however the session isn’t continuing boxing or MMA records,” the discharge expressed.
The presentation will happen as a feature of Rizin 14 on Dec. 31 at Saitama Super Arena in Japan. This will be the first run through Mayweather, the undefeated boxing genius, battles in that nation.
“I adore going up against contenders from varying backgrounds like in my beginner days,” Mayweather said Thursday, per the discharge. “It’s about amusement. Nine minutes of amusement. It will astound.
“I’m in the amusement business. That is the thing that I go out there to do. I want to do this. I’m working out to put on a show for three rounds.”
Nasukawa has been in Las Vegas throughout the previous couple of days, competing with any semblance of boxer Jorge Linares, who battled Vasyl Lomachenko not long ago.
“There will never be been a Japanese contender to confront Floyd Mayweather in the ring,” Nasukawa stated, per the discharge. “As a competitor, this is something that is a significant privilege and a testing undertaking. I’d like to establish a major connection.”
Rizin 14 will likewise incorporate a noteworthy MMA champion versus champion matchup between Bellator bantamweight titleholder Darrion Caldwell and Kyoji Horiguchi, Rizin’s champ. Nasukawa crushed Horiguchi, a previous UFC title challenger, in a kickboxing match in September.