Floyd Mayweather’s Exhibition To Become World’s First NFT Pay-Per-View Event
The plans for Floyd Mayweather’s (50-0, 27 KOs) exhibition appear to be on May 14 in Dubai. According to the reports, the show is televised to be as “world’s first NFT pay-per-view event.”
The 45-year-old, whose last bout was a significant win against Connor McGregor in the Irish’s boxing debut, has done a few exhibitions in recent times. Since his retirement, the American came up against Tenshin Nasukawa at the end of 2018.
Last year, the former boxer had a pay-per-view display with Logan Paul.
The upcoming exhibition fight will take place at the helipad of a hotel.
Alongside this exhibition, there will be MMA legend Anderson Silva, who has enjoyed memorable wins in 2021 against the likes of Julio Cesar Chavez Jr and Tito Ortiz.
There are also reports of a rematch between Delfine Persoon and Maiva Hamadouche.
This rematch may turn out to be the only decent fight taking place in the event.