Floyd Mayweather vs Don Moore

THE 50-0 boxing legend Floyd Mayweather is back in action for an expo bout in Dubai. This occasion his opponent is former boxer and former sparring mate Don Moore, who is also unbeaten at 18-0-1.

Mayweather last fought in summer last year, against Logan Paul in a bizarre exhibition match and though that battle didn't have an official result, Mayweather made a lot of money.

Moore has never faced anyone with a winning history, with his last career fight being in 2016 against DeShaun Williams (5-16-1). Still, Moore has been toe-to-toe with Mayweather already, as the two had battered together in 2015.

Mayweather vs Don Moore: Date and start time

Floyd Mayweather is set to clash against Don Moore on Saturday, May 14.

This match will take place on the Helipad outside Dubai's Burj Al Arab Hotel.

The event is set to get underway from around 7pm BST, with the main event ring-walks anticipated at 9pm.

Fight Stats

What has been Said so far?

Mayweather: "I am always trying to push the envelope and if something is brought to my attention that has a unique aspect to it.

"Having a fight on the helipad of the Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai and the opportunity to be the star of the show is going to be something I will remember always. People all over the world can buy the PPV and watch us fight high above, almost in the sky."

"Don will come to fight. It's a little different. Don is going to come and fight and may the best man win. Whereas at the Hard Rock Stadium, Logan Paul talked a good game but didn't come to fight, he came to hold.

"So, he's comings to fight, I'm coming to fight. Eight rounds, from start to finish, it's going to be explosive"

Moore: "I am excited to participate in this event. Because of how much of the same training I received from Roger Mayweather, I am gonna be able to give Floyd real problems.

"I have been training hard to show everyone what 'Dangerous' Don Moore is all about and expose Floyd's weaknesses. This is my shot, The time is now, Floyd isn't invincible. Anyone can be beaten."

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