Mayweather Boxing Event Feat. Anderson Silva Re-Booked For May 21

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Boxing Hall of Famer Floyd Mayweather has announced that his return to the boxing ring has been rescheduled after his Dubai exhibition against Don Moore was canceled last week.

Mayweather and Moore were supposed to compete at the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah hotel on Saturday. Last week’s cancelation was due to the death of United Arab Emirates president, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and the nation will observe an official mourning period of 40 days.

Tuesday, Mayweather provided what appeared to be a clear-cut update on when the event will now take place.

“Dubai- May 21st” the post simply announced.

Mayweather and Moore are former sparring partners and are both undefeated in their professional boxing careers. However, Mayweather is arguably the greatest boxer to ever do it with a 50-0 record.

Mayweather fought against YouTuber turned boxer Logan Paul in a non-scored exhibition last summer, with many believing he earned the win if scorecards were given. The fight wasn’t sanctioned in Florida due to the physical discrepancy between Paul and Mayweather.

Mayweather was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame last year along with former champions such as Andre Ward and Ann Wolfe.

UFC legend Anderson Silva will also be making his boxing return against Brazilian Bruno Machado on the card.

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