Floyd Mayweather Has No Problems With Exhibition Fights
Floyd Mayweather (50-0, 27 KOs) has eagerly responded to his critics after the announcement of his exhibition fight.
According to the recent announcement, the former five-division world champion will be facing Don Moore in an exhibition fight. The fight will take place in Dubai next month.
Last year, Mayweather’s age was put under the microscope after his exhibition scrap with Logan Paul. After that fight, the 45-year-old explained that he is likely to avoid in-ring action in the future.
However, that statement was in the history books as Mayweather was scheduled to fight against another social media star, Money Kicks, earlier this year. With these fights, Mayweather believes that he has no problems having more fights like this.
“I can understand that the people are upset when I am milking the game. However, I am smart and have made a lot of smart investments,” Mayweather stated.
“When people like Bill Gates and Warren Buffet earn money in their 50s, and 60s, it’s okay. However, if someone like me, who has worked his way to the top, does the same, people are upset,” Mayweather added.
Mayweather’s last official match was in 2017 when he stopped Conor McGregor.