Boxing Fight Night : Floyd Mayweather vs Aaron Chalmers - Date, Time, Ticket, How To Watch
Floyd Mayweather faces his first UK fight on Saturday night, with a display session against previous Geordie Shore star Aaron Chalmers.
The battle sees the 50-0 previous various weight title holder making his hotly anticipated UK obligation, with his adversary confronting the greatest evening of his battling profession. Mayweather has pursued a progression of presentation sessions following his retirement from the expert side of the game and such he won't broaden his unbeaten record in this challenge.
His latest session was against YouTube star Deji, with the English more youthful sibling of KSI figuring out how to hand 'Cash' a bruised eye in the challenge. That battle was arranged in Dubai on Rebels boxing card, however this occasion has an altogether unique advancement behind it and happens at London's O2 Field.
WHEN IS Floyd Mayweather vs Aaron Chalmers? DATE, Begin TIME:
Date: Saturday, February 25 | Sunday, February 26
Fundamental card: TBA
Headliner ringwalks (approx): 10:30 p.m. GMT/5:30 p.m. ET
Begin times for the card are yet to be reported, with the headliner ringwalks set for 10:30 p.m. GMT/5:30 p.m. ET.
Mayweather had been supposed to confront Muay Thai star Liam Harrison, yet following his withdrawal through injury, Chalmers has moved forward in his place. In front of the battle, Mayweather said: "I was initially expected to confront an alternate rival, yet wounds occur and I'm happy that Aaron Chalmers could move forward so we could give the fans what they need.
"The fans in the UK have forever been perfect to me and upheld me all through my profession, so an occasion like this has been bound to happen. I'm eager to add more history to the O2 Field in London."
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