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Floyd Mayweather vows to go ‘all-out’ to help China win medals at the Tokyo Olympics

WorldNews Tuesday, 23 July 2019
Floyd Mayweather vows to go ‘all-out’ to help China win medals at the Tokyo OlympicsUS boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather Jnr has been named a special adviser to the Chinese Boxing Federation as the country looks to improve on their medal count at next year’s Tokyo Olympics.Mayweather has travelled to Hong Kong and Chengdu, Sichuan on the mainland in recent weeks to promote his TMT brand and it was probably during these trips that he made an agreement to help out the Chinese Boxing Federation in their efforts to improve their medal hopes.Boxing was once banned in China for 27… ......
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