<figcaption>Floyd Mayweather and Tenshin Nasukawa © Reuters / Issei Kato / <span class="copyright">Free</span></figcaption>
<strong>Floyd Mayweather Jr. has made a second U-turn regarding his announced bout with Japanese kickboxing ace Tenshin Nasukawa, saying the bout, scheduled for December 31 but then shockingly annulled by 'Money', will happen after all.</strong>
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“We’re gonna make it happen,” undefeated, former five-weight boxing world champ Mayweather said, speaking to TMZ Sports. “Rules? It’s gonna be a little boxing exhibition. No kicking.
“It’s a no-brainer. Just because I’m retired from boxing, I still make appearances worldwide and make a ton of money,”
the 41-year-old added.