Floyd Mayweather's endless exhibition bouts continue.
After going from taking on boxing's best to fighting mere YouTubers, Mayweather has now turned his attention to reality television stars.
It has been announced that he'll now lock horns with Geordie Shore's Aaron Chalmers on February 25 at The O2 Arena in London.
"Different face, different name, same result," Mayweather wrote in an announcement statement on Instagram.
"London we are still rocking and rolling on Feb. 25th at the O2 Arena. Tickets will be on sale soon. Stay tuned!!"
After swapping jaeger bombs for boxing gloves, Chalmers went on to boast a professional record of one win a zero losses inside the ring.
That was after his short but successful stint as a mixed martial artists with top promotion Bellator.
Speaking about his upcoming scrap with Mayweather, Chalmers said: “It doesn’t get much bigger than this for me!! Some 1s 0 has to go.”
Chalmers retired from MMA back in 2020, finishing his career with a respectable 5-2 record, having fought four times for Bellator, going 2-2.
His fame from being on Geordie Shore, as well as his clear ability, saw him sell out shows for Bellator and BAMA across Britain, despite his inexperience.
As for Mayweather, who is now 45 years old, he retired from boxing with an unbeaten 50-0 record before going to fight a random assortment of internet and social media stars.
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