- Floyd Mayweather gave Don Moore a lesson in the art of the jab over the eight rounds on Saturday, May 21
- The Abu Dhabi match was Mayweather's third exhibition fight since his retirement as a professional boxer back in 2017
- The undefeated American boxer staged a masterclass during the bout before he knocked out Moore in the eighth round
Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather proved why he remains the world's best boxer after he trounced Don Moore during an exhibition match on Saturday, May 21.
The bout was scheduled to go down last week, but the tragic death of United Arab Emirates president Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan led to its postponement.
According to SportsBible, the match was billed to take place on a helipad in Dubai before it was shifted to a more traditional venue in Abu Dhabi.
Floyd Mayweather sees off Don Moore
Despite the major changes to the bout, it still did not make much of a difference for Mayweather who used the match to cement his place as the world's best in the sport.
The American boxer who remains undefeated broke no sweat against Moore, with footage of their fight showing the leader of "The Money Team" taking over ring girl duties at some point.
While there was no official winner crowned after eight rounds, Mayweather was the outright supreme fighter as he managed to drop Moore a couple of times.
Here are some reactions from fans after Floyd Mayweather's fight with Don Moore:
Mayweather storms Nigeria in style aboard private jet
Earlier, Sports Brief reported American boxer Floyd Mayweather stormed Nigeria in style as he made another trip to Africa aboard his luxurious private jet.
The 45-year-old boxer who is regarded as the best pound-for-pound fighter visited the West African country to promote his upcoming bout against Moore.
The legendary boxer's private plane is understood to have touched down at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport.
Mayweather also came into Nigeria with a convoy of RR wraith, RR Cullinan, Bentley Bentayga, 2022 Landcruiser Prado, Mercedes Benz S-class, Mercedes Benz GLE, 2018 Toyota Prado, and Toyota Hilux.
Source: Sports Brief News