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You May Have Missed Floyd Mayweather 'Beating TF' Out Of Don Moore Last Night, Footage Has Emerged

Daniel Marland

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You May Have Missed Floyd Mayweather 'Beating TF' Out Of Don Moore Last Night, Footage Has Emerged

Floyd Mayweather dominated Don Moore for eight straight rounds in their exhibition bout on Saturday evening and footage has emerged.


The fight was meant to happen last weekend, but the death of United Arab Emirates president Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan saw it postponed during a period of national morning.

It was originally set to take place on a helipad in Dubai, but instead shifted to a more traditional arena in Abu Dhabi.


That made no difference to 'Money' however and he showcased all the skills that made him a 50-0 fighter in his professional career.

Mayweather was clearly enjoying himself throughout, even taking over ring girl duties, and he probably wasn't taking things too seriously.

He was switched on for every bell ring though and his jabs especially gave Moore a tough time.


There was no official winner crowned after eight rounds but Mayweather was clearly the supreme fighter and dropped Moore a couple of times.

Fans have reacted to the footage and they're in disbelief he'll be making a decent chunk of change for 16 minutes of work.

One commented: "How much they pay this man to get clowned by Floyd Mayweather all night?"

Another said: "Did Floyd even fight this hard when he was professionally fighting??"


A third put: "Body shot got his liver feeling like he trying to slurp a McFlurry with a paper straw."

While someone tweeted: "Look at the ref's face."


It's expected the 45-year-old will be given 80 per cent of the pay-per-view earnings in addition to his guaranteed purse for showing up.

UFC legend Anderson Silva was on the undercard and put in a convincing showing against Bruno Machado.

Silva and Mayweather's wins saw YouTuber turned fighter Jake Paul take to Twitter and call them both out... at the same time.

Paul said: "I would beat Floyd and Anderson in the same night."

Featured Image Credit: Twitter

Topics: Floyd Mayweather

Daniel Marland
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