Floyd Mayweather Quits King MisuZulu Boxing Tournament Amid 'Fake' Payment Row
- There has been an embarrassing turn of events related to the King MisuZulu International Boxing Tournament
- Floyd Mayweather, who was to be a guest of the Zulu king at the event in Durban, has pulled out of the event
- This comes after the retired legend of boxing was reportedly given a 'fake' payment totalling millions of rands
Retired boxing billionaire Floyd Mayweather has cancelled his attendance at the much-publicised “King MisuZulu International Boxing Tournament”.
The boxing extravaganza was scheduled for Moses Mabhida Stadium tomorrow after the organiser failed to pay his appearance fee.
Sunday World reported that the organiser, Arnold Nododile, attempted to sway the American superstar into attending the event by sending him and his team a fake R5.8-million proof of payment.
The embarrassing news, will leave Mayweather’s legion of fans thoroughly disappointed, with many having paid thousands of rands to sit in proximity with him and the king.
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Eye-watering price to sit close to King MisuZulu and Floyd Mayweather at Kings Tournament
It is now no longer a secret that Floyd Mayweather is on his way to South Africa again.
'Pretty Boy' will be a guest to His Majesty King MisuZulu kaZwelithini during the much-anticipated Kings Tournament set to be held in Durban in December.
However, the best seats in the house close to the king and his guest of honour will dig deep into the pockets of those who can afford them.
The VVIP tickets will go for R25 000, and the cheapest will go for a reasonable R150 in the general section of the venue.