Floyd Mayweather has retired after an incredible career in boxing, which was totally without defeat.
His impressive resume reads at 50 wins in as many matches, and milliarderne is passed into the american account through the years.
It holds, however, not the king of boxing from continuing to take the gloves on, when a quick - great - earnings are ahead.
Thus favoured Mayweather up in the ring against the japanese kickbokser Tenshin Nasukawa in an exhibition match in Tokyo on new year's eve.
Mayweather had previously told that he would get nine million dollars (approx. 60 million Danish kroner) for the fight that was set to go over three rounds of three minutes duration.
a difference of class between Mayweather and the japanese kickbokser. Photo: AP
But it was all over after just 140 seconds.
So had Mayweather namely totally crushed his 20 year younger opponent, who, in parenthesis, noticed never had bokset a boxing match before.
While Mayweather clearly took it as a showkamp and delivered lots of smiles and laughs, even a little dance along the way, so japaneren much more serious and focused.
But it was in vain. Mayweather turned bissen on a few times along the way in the first place. Nasukawa went in the floor three times before it was over.
While Mayweather was subdued and probably nicely not care about the unimportant victory was 20-year-old Tenshin Nasukawa completely on grådens rand after the quick defeat and was almost inconsolable in the ringhjørnet.
Meanwhile, spankulerede Mayweather around the clock and able to safely rejoice over his check. 60 million dollars for the 140 seconds of work. Not bad...
Photo: Mayweather paid tribute to his young opponent after 'the fight'. Photo: AP
- It is to entertain, and we had fun in the ring. They would have the fight in Japan, so I replied 'why not?', it sounded from Mayweather.
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What if I duties you I was making $9,000,000 for 9 minutes of sparring in Tokyo Japan would you do the same if you were me? I like to call it a 9 minute walk-thru. #Tokyo #Japan
Since this battle is not counted as a real boxing match, is Mayweathers boxes-statistics remain unchanged. 50 victories in 50 matches.