Der Gegner des Jährigen ist Tenshin Nasukawa, jähriger Kickboxer aus Japan. Die Pläne verkündete Mayweather am Montag auf einer. Floyd Mayweather hat in Japan zum Ende des Jahres seinen Kampf gegen Tenshin Nasukawa in beeindruckender Manier gewonnen. Der ehemalige Profiboxer Floyd Mayweather lässt bei einem Schaukampf in Tokio seinem japanischen Kontrahenten Tenshin Nasukawa.
Mayweather – viel Kritik nach Sieg gegen NasukawaDer Schaukampf zwischen Floyd Mayweather und Tenshin Nasukawa geriet zur Farce. Conor McGregor stichelt – und will auch mal. Der ehemalige Profiboxer Floyd Mayweather lässt bei einem Schaukampf in Tokio seinem japanischen Kontrahenten Tenshin Nasukawa. Der kuriose, unvorhersehbare Ausstellungskampf zwischen Floyd Mayweather und Tenshin Nasukawa war schnell zu Ende: ein KO seitens.
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But I will face the facts and will continue to take on any challenge. Mayweather had a 4kg weight advantage over Nasukawa, who boasted an unbeaten record in 28 kickboxing bouts and four contests in MMA, with this fight having no bearing on either man's official record.
Nasukawa, though, reportedly faced a multimillion-dollar fine if he attempted to kick out at Mayweather. A grinning Mayweather started supremely confidently and dropped Nasukawa for the first time with a left hook with barely a minute gone.
A body shot followed by an uppercut saw Nasukawa slump to the canvas again moments later, with the southpaw bravely getting to his feet, albeit on unsteady legs.
Afterwards, Bob Arum was ecstatic about his new star. The fight was met with acclaim in the boxing world and sports in general.
His power was unexpected"  and the BBC reported on " On October 10, , boxing trainer Eddie Futch died at age Futch was talking about how much he admired Mayweather's style, how Mayweather was such a beautiful boxer, able to slip along the ropes and avoid punches.
Corrales said he was going to neutralize Mayweather's hand speed by hitting Mayweather on the arms. Futch had a way of cutting to the heart of a matter.
I don't know anyone in boxing who won't miss him. I don't know anyone in boxing that can take his place. Calling it "one of the toughest nights of my career", the pound champion overcame injuries in both hands to improve his record to 26—0.
He wasn't hit, but was given a standing eight-count by the referee. This was Mayweather's eighth defense of the WBC super-featherweight title, which he had held for more than three years.
Mayweather had such difficulty making weight for this fight that he did not eat for four days before the weigh-in. And now I become his number-one fan".
Mayweather commented after the fight, "Although it will take some time to make the match, I want to fight Kostya Tszyu".
Mayweather did not get a chance to fight Tszyu, but went on to fight Ricky Hatton who defeated Tszyu and won his Ring light welterweight championship.
By the end of , Mayweather was still ranked The Ring 1 super featherweight and 5 best pound-for-pound boxer in the world.
With Mayweather's win, he became the first lineal lightweight champion since Pernell Whitaker. Castillo 45—5—1, 41 KOs could not touch Mayweather in the first round, with Castillo throwing 27 punches and landing only three.
After round one Larry Merchant pointed out, "Mayweather made a comment in the corner about his left shoulder.
We'll see if something's wrong with it, he seems to be rotating it, trying to keep it loose". George Foreman noted likewise, adding "'Massage my left shoulder', he Mayweather said, that's not a good sign".
In the first minute of the second round Castillo went down on a shot by Mayweather, which was ruled a slip by the referee.
Later in the fight Harold Lederman alluded to it, saying "By the way, that knockdown in the second round [is] extremely questionable, I thought Floyd did throw a left hook and this guy [Castillo] went down at the end of the hook but what you going to do, it's a judgement call by the referee, so it doesn't go as a 10—8 round With Castillo repeatedly hitting on the break, this led to a large number of his punches landing.
George Foreman agreed with the decision "That's what you want a referee to do" , although his counterpart Larry Merchant had an alternative view: "I think this referee has been altogether too involved in the fight.
Too officious". Mayweather won the fight by using his jab effectively and staying away from Castillo for much of the fight. At the end of the fight, Harold Lederman had Castillo winning — ESPN's Max Kellerman disputed Lederman's scoring, writing in his boxing column: "Harold Lederman, the HBO unofficial ringside television judge, gave the third round to Castillo, which I think demonstrates that Mayweather suffers from the same scoring syndrome that afflicted Pernell Whitaker.
Mayweather is so seldom hit cleanly in his face, that when a clean shot is landed against him it registers all out of proportion in the observer's mind.
Meanwhile, the three clean shots Mayweather just landed against his opponent do not make the same kind of impression". CompuBox statistics indicated that Castillo landed more overall punches and significantly more power shots over the course of the fight.
Mayweather outscored Castillo in jabs thrown and landed. Lederman's scoring for this fight may be seen as inconsistent [ by whom? Jermain Taylor fights Lederman had Taylor winning —, despite Hopkins landing more overall punches and significantly more power shots during both fights.
In the post-fight interview Mayweather said, "My last training day, I hurt my rotator cuff in my left shoulder, so I couldn't use my jab the way I want to.
My left wasn't as strong as I wanted it to be, but I didn't want to have no excuses, you know, like other champions, you know, when they get hurt they won't even show up to the fight.
I get hurt I keep fighting, you know, I want to bring the fans a victory". Before the rematch, Mayweather reiterated that he had torn his left rotator cuff two days before the first fight and could not throw a jab or a left hook.
He had surgery following the controversial decision over Castillo, and said his shoulder had fully healed. There were no knockdowns or notable exchanges in the fight; the judgment was close, with Mayweather winning — on two scorecards and — on a third.
Mayweather 30—0 fought a tactically-sound round bout against an aggressive Sosa 35—3—2. During the run-up to the fight Nelson Mandela invited N'dou to his office for a pep talk before his departure for the U.
South African president Thabo Mbeki , in a note, said he had "full confidence" N'dou would put on a performance to make all South Africans proud and would return home with the WBC belt.
When told of his opponent's high-level support Mayweather responded, "Nelson Mandela's a great man, he's big in America, but Mandela can't get in there and fight for him".
In the fifth round, Mayweather connected with a series of straight rights and lefts; when N'dou would not go down, Mayweather gave a little smile and continued the barrage.
He dominated his opponent, before flooring him with a series of rights in the seventh round. N'dou got up on shaky legs, forcing a stoppage at At times during the fight, Mayweather in black trunks outlined with fur seemed to toy with N'dou.
Mayweather, at 27, made his pound debut by defeating former titlist DeMarcus "Chop Chop" Corley , knocking him down twice officially in rounds eight and ten, and scoring a unanimous decision of —, —, and — The fight was billed as a WBC elimination bout, with the winner earning a shot at pound champion Arturo Gatti.
He makes you move into the punches. In round eight, Mayweather knocked Bruseles down twice and the fight was stopped. Mayweather's victory made him the mandatory challenger for Gatti's WBC light welterweight championship.
Near the end of round one, Mayweather pushed Gatti's head down in close; Gatti broke, leaving himself vulnerable while Mayweather continued landing punches.
Gatti turned to the referee to complain; Mayweather capitalised, sending Gatti to the canvas with more shots for what was scored a knockdown.
Gatti's corner stopped the fight after round six, giving Mayweather his third world title. In the post-fight interview Mayweather praised Gatti, claiming that his pre-fight comments "were just to sell tickets".
To many boxing experts, Mayweather's dominance of Gatti solidified his position as one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world.
After his fight with Gatti, Mayweather moved up to the welterweight division. In round three, Mayweather knocked Mitchell down with a straight right hand to the head.
In round six another straight right hand—this one to Mitchell's body—dropped Mitchell again, ending the fight. He began to dominate Judah in round five, and the latter eventually bled.
Late in the tenth round Judah hit Mayweather with a left hand that was clearly below the belt , following with a right-handed rabbit punch. Referee Richard Steele called time out with five seconds remaining in the round.
Roger Mayweather entered the ring and approached Judah, but Steele restrained him; Judah's father and trainer , Yoel Judah , entered the ring as well.
Mayweather remained in the neutral corner while the Judahs scuffled with Roger and others who had entered the ring , until police and security restored order.
Roger was ejected, and the fight continued for the scheduled 12 rounds. Mayweather won a unanimous decision by official scores of —, —, and — CompuBox statistics showed him landing punches, compared with 82 for Judah.
Despite having not lost in over eight years, Baldomir was an underdog in the fight. Mayweather defeated him for both titles in a unanimous decision.
Ringside punch statistics showed Mayweather landing of punches, while Baldomir landed 79 of During the fight Baldomir chased Mayweather, unable to land any meaningful shots but trying to be the busier fighter; Mayweather picked away with sharp jabs and hooks, cutting Baldomir over his left eye in the first round.
This pattern continued throughout the fight; the defensive-minded Mayweather put on what many witnesses and Mayweather himself called a "boxing clinic" to take Baldomir's WBC, The Ring and lineal welterweight titles in a lopsided round decision by scores of —, —, and — Mayweather's next match was the long-anticipated fight against six-division champion and WBC light-middleweight titleholder Oscar De La Hoya on May 5, De La Hoya's belt was on the line, which required Mayweather to move up in weight from pounds to However, Mayweather was outweighed by more than 10 pounds the night of the fight, coming in at only pounds.
At one time, Floyd Mayweather Sr. Mayweather won the fight by a split decision in 12 rounds, capturing the WBC title.
However, many analysts and ringside observers felt Mayweather should have received a unanimous decision. During the early rounds De La Hoya had some success cutting off the ring, attempting to pound Mayweather on the inside.
Despite his activity on the inside, however, many of De La Hoya's punches were ineffective and landed on Mayweather's arms or shoulders.
By the middle of the fight, it was seen as an even bout by the announcers. Mayweather turned the tide in the middle and late rounds, often hitting De La Hoya at will.
CompuBox had Mayweather out-landing De La Hoya — in total punches and —82 in power punches, with better accuracy throughout the fight.
After the bout Mayweather contemplated retirement, saying he had nothing left to prove in the boxing world. After his fight with De La Hoya, Mayweather decided to relinquish his WBC light-middleweight championship,  retaining his welterweight title.
During the run-up to their fight Mayweather claimed he was the greatest boxer ever: "I respect what Robinson and Ali did for the sport. But I am the greatest and this is my time.
Mayweather controlled the fight from the beginning, knocking Hatton out in the 10th round to retain the welterweight championship. In round six, Hatton lost a point for punching the back of Mayweather's head as he was draped over the ropes.
During the tenth round, Hatton was caught by a checked left hook thrown from Mayweather's hip; after falling headfirst into the turnbuckle, he hit the floor.
Hatton made it to his feet, but was dazed. Two more lefts in quick succession knocked Hatton down again, and referee Cortez stopped the fight at of round ten.
After the fight, Mayweather said that Hatton was one of his toughest, most tenacious opponents. Mayweather announced his retirement from boxing to concentrate on his promotional company, saying he wanted Hatton to be his first client.
The fight took place on September 19 in conjunction with Mexican Independence Day , traditionally a big boxing weekend.
Marquez landed 12 percent of his total punches, while Mayweather landed 59 percent of his total punches.
The other fight was Manny Pacquiao versus Miguel Cotto , which sold 1. Negotiations for a proposed match between Mayweather and The Ring 3 pound-for-pound Shane Mosley began right after Andre Berto pulled out of his scheduled January 30 unification bout with Mosley due to the Haiti earthquake.
It was later revealed that Mayweather refused to pay sanctioning fees required by the WBA, saying "All belts do is collect dust". However, the belt was only on the line for Mosley to defend against Mayweather.
Mosley started the fight well, landing two solid right hands in round two which caused Mayweather's knees to buckle. Mayweather recovered well and went on to dominate the remainder of the fight, out-boxing Mosley and showing more aggression than in his previous recent fights.
Mayweather eventually won a unanimous decision, with the judges scoring the fight —, —, and — In round four CompuBox found Mosley throwing seven power punches without landing any, making Mayweather the second boxer after Roy Jones Jr.
The fight was the second-bestselling non-heavyweight pay-per-view bout in boxing history, with 1. After the bout Mayweather expressed interest in moving up in weight to capture a world title in six different weight classes, and to challenge newly crowned middleweight champion Sergio Martinez.
Shortly afterward, Pacquiao denied ever signing a contract to fight Mayweather, telling FanHouse , "There are still some things that need to be negotiated.
According to Yahoo! Sports , an eight-page contract was sent on December 11, , by Golden Boy Promotions on behalf of Mayweather to Top Rank , representing Pacquiao, that proposed a 50—50 financial split between the sides for a fight to take place on March 13, The eight-page agreement was so detailed that it indicated which of the two fighters would step onto the scale first at the weigh-in Pacquiao , who would walk to the ring first Pacquiao , who would be introduced first Mayweather and who had first choice of the locker room Mayweather.
Billing was to be "Mayweather vs. Experts predicted the fight would sell between 2. Schaefer and them are unhappy about something.
They want Olympic-style drug testing. I said, 'Yeah, no problem. On December 13, , Pacquiao's adviser, Michael Koncz, said Mayweather's request for Olympic-style drug testing was a laughing matter and they had no concerns whatsoever about it.
And none of this is getting under Manny's skin or anything. I'm here with Manny, and to him, it's like a joke. It's a laughing matter," said Koncz.
After reports had surfaced that both parties had agreed to all terms, Golden Boy Promotions released a press release on December 22, , revealing that Pacquiao was unwilling to comply with the Olympic-style drug testing requested by Team Mayweather.
We appeased Mayweather by agreeing to a urine analysis at any time, and blood testing before the press conference and after the fight. Mayweather pressed for blood testing even up to the weigh-in.
He knew that Manny gets freaked out when his blood gets taken and feels that it weakens him. This is just harassment and, to me, just signaled that he didn't want the fight.
Not long after declaring that the fight was off, Arum had a change of heart and offered Mayweather a hour take-it-or-leave-it deadline to accept Team Pacquiao's terms for drug testing.
Top Rank sent out a press release explaining their position on Mayweather's request for random Olympic-style drug testing. In it, Arum said Pacquiao was willing to submit to as many random urine tests requested, but as far as random blood tests were concerned, he was only willing to subject himself to 3 tests—one in January, one 30 days from the bout no later than February 13 and one immediately after the fight:.
Let's be very clear on the real issues we differ on. It's not about being tested It's about who does the testing and the scheduling of the procedures The major issue related to the testing rests with which independent agency will administer these tests.
USADA, under its guidelines, would have the right to administer random blood tests as many times as they want up to weigh-in day and that is ludicrous.
Freddie Roach told Lance Pugmire of the Los Angeles Times on December 22 that he would prefer for Pacquiao to give his final blood sample a week before the bout and no later than 72 hours before.
Documents confirmed that the video was recorded on April 8, , 24 days prior to the fight and past the day cut-off date that Pacquiao had demanded for a Mayweather fight.
Both sides agreed to enter into mediation on January 7, , in hopes of coming to an agreement on the blood testing issue.
Retired federal judge Daniel Weinstein, who successfully resolved a prior dispute between Top Rank and Golden Boy Promotions, would again act as mediator.
Two days later, after hours of negotiating during mediation, Arum declared that the fight was officially off after Mayweather refused to agree to a day cut-off date.
Mayweather revealed that he offered a day cut-off date to Team Pacquiao, but it was rejected. Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe declared on January 18, , that random blood and urine testing will be implemented in all of Mayweather's future fights, regardless of the opponent.
But my new terms are all the way up to the fight. They can come get us whenever, all the way up to the fight, random drug test.
That's what it is. After the failed negotiations, both fighters moved on to instead face other opponents. Pacquiao was quoted by the Manila Bulletin on May 20, , as saying, "As long as they're not getting a large amount of blood, I am willing to give out blood as close to two weeks before the fight.
And I called him up and asked him about them, and he said that he was misquoted," Schaefer explained to Lem Satterfield of FanHouse.
Arum declared on June 30, , that there were no longer any issues and the decision was up to Mayweather. Sports regarding the dispute over random blood and urine drug testing.
The question is whether Mayweather is willing to fight this year. On July 13, , Arum issued a July 16 midnight deadline for Mayweather. He could wait until the last minute.
If it's Friday [July 16] and it's 11 p. As soon as the deadline for Mayweather's response expired, Arum held a conference call.
Arum revealed to the media that the negotiations he had been referring to consisted of a series of conversations with HBO Sports President Ross Greenburg.
He also revealed that there was no actual direct communication with any representative from Team Mayweather or Golden Boy Promotions:.
I had a couple of conversations with Ross [Greenburg] and I laid out all the terms that would be acceptable to our side and I also informed him about the concession that Manny had made regarding drug testing.
He got back to me in a couple of weeks and told me that he had had discussions with Al Haymon , representing Floyd Mayweather, and that everything looked good and we were nearing a resolution The subsequent conversations with Ross detailed to me conversations he had with Al Haymon.
Nowhere was the name Richard Schaefer or Golden Boy mentioned, although I read, as you all did, Oscar's statement that a deal was close, so I assumed from that Haymon was keeping Schaefer and Golden Boy abreast of the situation.
On July 19, , Ellerbe denied that negotiations ever took place and nothing was ever agreed on. Ellerbe stated:. Here are the facts: Al Haymon, Richard Schaefer and myself speak to each other on a regular basis and the truth is no negotiations have ever taken place nor was there ever a deal agreed upon by Team Mayweather or Floyd Mayweather to fight Manny Pacquiao on November Either Ross Greenburg or Bob Arum is not telling the truth, but history tells us who is lying.
When asked via e-mail for his response to Ellerbe's denial that negotiations ever took place, Greenburg would respond to ESPN's Dan Rafael with the following reply: "As always we have no comment.
Regarding comments he made suggesting that contracts for the mega-fight were close to being finalized, De La Hoya told BoxingScene. I think I said it because I get the question asked so many times that, obviously, I was fed up and tired of it and I just said like, yeah, yeah, it's gonna get made.
So it was a quick answer that I should have obviously thought about. But, obviously, negotiations weren't going on.
Nothing was going on. Also on July 26, Greenburg released a statement saying that he had been negotiating with a representative from each side since May 2, At the press conference, Rizin president, Sakakibara, acknowledged requests to make a Nasukawa vs.
Takeru fight, however, he said there wasn't enough time to promote the fight and promised to try to make it happen in In , Nasukawa signed with Rizin to fight on a December event.
However, K-1 suddenly ended their partnership with Rizin. K-1 have tried to avoid any mention of the fight. On June 18, , after Takeru knocked out Buvaisar Paskhaev, K-1 commentator, Masato , expressed his desire to see Takeru fight Nasukawa but the 2 other commentators ignored his comments.
If this super-fight will not happen due to the sic cold war, it is heinous crime! Let's make this! Make miracle! A few days later, Takada apologized and promised to never talk about a fighter from another organization and deleted every tweet about Nasukawa vs Takeru.
In an attempt to quash the cold war and influence K-1 and Rise to make the Takeru fight, Nasukawa made sure the show was being broadcast live so Rizin was not be able to cut any of his comments.
Post-fight, in the ring, Nasukawa engaged the crowd by asking who they want him to fight next and the crowd screamed Takeru's name.
According to the lawsuit, it all started three years ago when Nasukawa called out Takeru to fight.
More recently during Rizin's New Year's Eve event when Nasukawa asked the audience who they want him to fight next. They claim that it's an unfair business practice to involve another fighter's name from a different organization.
And, they claim that many people has negative image about Takeru run away from Nasukawa, and they lost 6 sponsors. And, they file a damage suit ,, yen.
But, 1 of 6 sponsors told Japanese weekly magazine Shukan Shincho "Our contract of K-1, we distribute Bento 3 times only.
We can't understand why K-1 demands too expensive money". On March 16, , Rise president Takashi Ito, former K-1 fighter Hiroya and his lawyer, accused K-1 Japan Group's exclusive contract, illegal based on the competition law.
Hiroya's lawyer told the media, that the way K-1's contract work makes you not fight for a year for your contract to expire.
Every fight you make with the organization, extends your contract for another year from your last fight and the only way to get out of the contract is not get paid for a year.
Hiroya cites this as the reason why Segawa could not fight Nasukawa as he knows Segawa as a friend and will not back down to a fight.
Nasukawa accepted the short notice offer, and began to train MMA for the first time. He won his first fight by TKO in the first round. Rizin president Nobuyuki Sakakibara granted his wish and he won the fight against Dylan Kawika Oligo by guillotine choke in the second round.
In , he was officially signed by Rizin. In January , Nasukawa told Japanese sports magazine Sports Graphic, he wants kickboxing as his main sport until he becomes 22 or 23 years old, and after that, he would consider a shift in MMA or pro boxing.
Teiken Promotions still continues to offer him a boxing contract. Nasukawa wants to fight both kickboxing and boxing. However, the Japan Boxing Commission doesn't permit Japanese professional boxers to fight in other professional combat sports.
In September , Nasukawa told AbemaTV , that he wants to fight boxing in other countries and stay as a kickboxer in Japan.
Three-division boxing world champion Naoya Inoue 's trainer and promoter, former two-time boxing world champion Hideyuki Ohashi said "Nasukawa can win a boxing world title before his 2nd professional match, and the break world record of Vasyl Lomachenko and Saensak Muangsurin '".
Nasukawa was offered to fight at the Summer Olympics. On November 5, , it was announced that Nasukawa was expected to face the undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr.
The supposed rules for this bout were not determined. It will be a 3-round exhibition boxing match. In the one-sided fight, Nasukawa was knocked down 3 times in the first round and his corner subsequently threw the towel in.
Nasukawa is a southpaw and his style is a combination of kickboxing and full contact karate , both of which he has learned and competed at a very young age.
Nasukawa is primarily a counter puncher, staying on the outer perimeter of the ring and landing as his opponents try to move in to land strikes.
He thinks Khabib is easy money but Khabib is much younger, much stronger, more tougher than Conor, a guy that went to the eleventh round with him.
Khabib is no quitter. Congrats to FloydMayweather he beat up a virgin tonight but the old must go. Log in Sign up.
Log out. Jai Bednall jaibednall. Schon beim Einlaufen in den Ring wirkte Mayweather gelöst, geradezu entspannt und strahlte eine Überlegenheit aus, die sich auch im Verlauf des Kampfes zeigen sollte.
Tensin Nasukawa war die Anspannung hingegen deutlich anzumerken. Im Falle einer Niederlage wäre es nämlich der einzige sieglose Kampf Mayweathers gewesen, der bisher eine makellose Kampfstatistik von siegreichen Kämpfen vorweisen kann.
Zudem wäre es das erste Mal gewesen, dass ein japanischer Mixed-Martial-Arts-Kämpfer einen ehemaligen amerikanischen Boxweltmeister in dessen eigener Disziplin schlägt.
Von der ersten Minute an trieb Mayweather seinen Gegner durch den Ring und zwang ihm seinen Kampfstil auf. Der Amerikaner lachte während des Kampfes und landete immer wieder seine starke Rechte gegen den Japaner.
Der gelernte Kickboxer rappelte sich allerdings schnell wieder auf und wirkte immer noch klar und bestimmt, den Kampf in bessere Bahnen zu lenken.12/31/ · FLOYD MAYWEATHER'S second demolition of Tenshin Nasukawa has been blasted as "a fix" on social media. Kickboxing star Nasukawa was left crying in . 12/31/ · Floyd Mayweather ended an incredible year of boxing with a first-round victory against Japanese kickboxing sensation Tenshin Nasukawa in a farcical exhibition match in Tokyo. 10/9/ · FLOYD MAYWEATHER has revealed he was out of shape and overweight for a fight in Japan which he earned £million a MINUTE. The retired king took on featherweight kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa.