Floyd Mayweather caught a few punches Miku Asakura In the Super Raisin title. But in the end, the speed and power were too much for the MMA veteran, and a two-punch combination resulted in a TKO at the end of the second.

“I’m happy to be here, thanks again,” Mayweather continued. I’m glad we were able to give the fans some joy tonight. Thanks for having me. I’ll be back.”

Asakura provided excitement in a three-round exhibition bout, turning Mayweather on the head of the undefeated boxer with a few nice body shots and one straight knockout. As the second round ended, he chased down Mayweather, trying to seal the deal.

Instead, he lands a left hook and a straight right that sends him reeling to the mat. He wobbled on his feet as he stood up and ref Kenny Bayless waved off the fight at the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan.

Mayweather immediately embraced his opponent, who faced off in the fight against guard Jizzy Mack, wound up on the canvas after K-1 kickboxing vet Cousy in Saturday’s pay-per-view co-title. He dispatched him with a thunderbolt.

Asakura came out swinging for the first time, throwing power punches to the body and head. The shots were much less effective than Mayweather’s, as he tactfully dodged them as he often did on fast, flurry punches.

After Asakura took a body shot, he threw his arms in the air, challenging Mayweather’s power. When he took the first of several straight rights in the second, power didn’t matter as much as speed, which was maintained even at 45 “money”.

After thanking the crowd and promising to make a comeback, Mayweather acknowledged former rival Manny Pacquiao, who took a brief hiatus before the main event. There were no face-to-face or calls; Floyd was satisfied with his performance against Logan Paul on YouTube in his fourth exhibition match and third clear victory (albeit without a score). For the second time, Mayweather flew overseas to Japan and cleaned up.

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