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Floyd Mayweather made 20-year-old kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa cry with first-round knockout after turning up hours late for $9million exhibition on New Year’s Eve in Japan

talkSPORT Thursday, 17 September 2020
On New Year’s Eve in 2018, Floyd Mayweather was at a different kind of party. The 50-0 boxing icon celebrated the occasion by dancing across the canvas on which he’d just deposited Tenshin Nasukawa three times before the youngster’s corner jumped in to call a halt to their ridiculous contest. Mayweather had flown to Tokyo […]
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