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Floyd Mayweather Confirms Boxing Return Against Youtuber Money Kicks in an Exhibition Bout Atop Burj Al Arab in Dubai

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Floyd Mayweather vs Money Kicks

Floyd Mayweather returns! The former multi-division champion and arguably one of the greatest boxers in the history of the sport, Floyd Mayweather has now made it a penchant for exhibition bouts. Ever since retiring from the professional scene, Mayweather has embarked on multiple exhibition bouts, the most recent being the hugely anticipated bout against YouTuber turned professional boxer, Logan Paul. 

 

If Mayweather’s last appearance inside the boxing ring against a heavily mismatched both in terms of weight and height against Logan Paul grabbed your attention, his return to the boxing ring in 2022 is bound to create more excitement. 

Floyd Mayweather to fight on the roof of the majestic Burj Al Arab in Dubai

Floyd Mayweather has stated that he is looking to make his return to the boxing ring in an exhibition bout on Feb. 20 in Dubai. What’s special? It will be fought at the helipad on the roof of one of the most majestic infrastructures, the majestic Burj Al Arab in Dubai, UAE. 

Logan Paul vs Floyd Mayweather

The king of PPVs, Floyd Mayweather always means business. While his last exhibition bout against Logan Paul may not have done the business that many expected it to generate, it’s safe to say that whenever the name Floyd Mayweather is involved, boxing fans from around the world are going to tune in. 

Who is Money Kicks? – The rumored opponent for Floyd Mayweather’s next fight 

If the reports are true, Mayweather could face popular YouTuber Money Kicks in the exhibition bout targeted for Feb. 20 later this year. For those of you who are oblivious to the name, Money Kicks is a hugely popular YouTuber, known for his extravagant and luxurious lifestyle. Money Kicks’ real name is Rashed Belhasa.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Needless to say, Floyd Mayweather going against Dubai’s own Rashed Belhasa is sure to grab eyeballs. Born in 2002, Rashed Belhasa aka Money Kicks is 20 years old and has a huge fanbase behind him. With over 2 million followers on Instagram and 2.2 million subscribers on YouTube, it’s safe to say that together with Floyd Mayweather, the duo could potentially bring in huge numbers.