Floyd Mayweather is "readying to start camp" for his next exhibition fight. The
boxing legend has announced that she will face Japanese MMA star Mikuru Asakura on September 25 in Tokyo.
and Mayweather appear ready to start training after coach Gerald Tucker uploaded a video of the American doing sit-ups.
Tucker posted: “@floydmayweather are heading to camp in a few weeks to prepare for an exciting exhibition in Japan on September 25th, where they will face off against an extremely sharp and dangerous striker, their biggest and most popular MMA fighter.
Asakura, 30, has eight knockouts with 16 wins and just three losses in his MMA career.
His background is karate.
Meanwhile, 45-year-old Mayweather , won the UFC in 2017. Since retiring after defeating superstar Conor McGregor, 34, he has boxed in three exhibitions. The 23-year-old YouTuber Logan Paul, 27, and former sparring partner Don Moore
and the new Hall of Famer recently opened the door to a comeback, his set his stellar 50-0 record.
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He FightHype} said: "There were three more exhibitions this year. It could be one fight and two exhibitions." is currently negotiating a rematch with McGregor.