Floyd Mayweather's Highly-Anticipated Dubai Match Has Been CANCED

Floyd Mayweather's Highly-Anticipated Dubai Match Has Been CANCED ...

Floyd Mayweather may be the greatest pound-for-pound boxer ever used. Floyd built an unblemished 50-0 record during his career as an active professional fighter. This weekend, the boxing match in Dubai has been canceled.

The event will not take place following the death of UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, according to TMZ Sports.

Government officials have put their work in ministries, departments, federal and local institutions, and the private sector on hold for the next three days. According to TMZ sources, the Floyd fight will not take place this weekend.

Floyd has yet to comment on the cancellation of the fights, but he expressed his displeasure for Sheikh Khalifas'' death in an early Friday morning Instagram post. Moore said he was serious about defeating the 50-0 boxer.

Floyd was supposed to compete for the third time since defeating Conor McGregor in 2017. Mayweather previously defeated Tenshin Nasukawa in an exhibition match in 2018 and appeared to have little trouble with Logan Paul in a non-scored fight in 2021.

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