FLOYD MAYWEATHER continues training, despite the fact that his boxing returns are in danger.
American legend Don Moore was scheduled to meet him last weekend at the Burj Al Arab's hotel helicopterpad in Dubai.
Floyd Mayweather is still training in Dubai
The entire event was canceled due to the death of Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the UAE President at 73 years old.
The UAE's Ministry of Presidential Affairs announced a 40-day mourning period and three-day suspension of all ministry work.
After the ring had been put up just hours before cancellation, it left organizers scrambling for a new date.
Mayweather announced that his comeback fight would be held this Saturday, May 21, after a seven-day delay.
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Global Titans Fight Series, which is co-promoting the event, insists that it will be rescheduled for October.
The extraordinary boxing event, which was held 700ft above the sea level, is now well and truly in the air.
Although the exhibition has not been officially cancelled, SunSport believes that an announcement will be made soon.
Mayweather, who is known for his rigorous training regimen, has not taken any risks and has kept his eyes on the ball.FREE BETTING AND SIGN-UP DEALS - THE BEST NEW CUSTOMER OFFERINGS
Antonio Brown, a bad boy in the NFL, posted a behind-the scenes clip to his Instagram. He flew out to see the fight.
The video shows Mayweather, 45, hitting pads with Gerald Tucker.
This will be his third exhibition since he retired in 2017, after defeating Conor McGregor (33) in UFC.
The first was against Tenshin Naukawa, a featherweight kickboxer, in 2018, and the second with Logan Paul, 27, in 2016.
Antonio Brown, a bad boy in the NFL, and Floyd Mayweather in Dubai (TAG4) Floyd Mayweather at a recent Dubai training session
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