Floyd Mayweather: 'I Never Agreed To Official Bout With Tenshin Nasukawa'

Floyd Mayweather and his workforce had been reportedly “fully derailed” and “blindsided” when it was introduced that he’d be preventing Tenshin Nasukawa in an official bout in Tokyo on New Year’s Eve.

Earlier this week it was revealed that the retired boxing legend can be popping out of retirement for a December 31st battle towards the undefeated kickboxing champ, however Floyd says that is not what he initially agreed to. Despite posing for images with Nasukawa at a press convention in Japan and saying that the 2 sides had been engaged on a rule set for the bout, Mayweather claims he was duped and had solely agreed to take part in a 9 minute exhibition of three rounds “for a small group of rich spectators for a really giant price.”

Mayweather defined his aspect of the story, and seemingly pulled out of the battle, in a prolonged submit on social media which you’ll be able to learn in full beneath: