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Japanese Banty Tenshin Nasukawa To Whoop Floyd Mayweather?

Lot’s of Floyd Mayweather “he said/she said” trepidation going into this 3 round New Year’s Eve privately funded exhibition. He’s supposed to receive a small fortune, yet was willing to forfeit all when his feets suddenly got cold.

Everything murky about the fight as you can see in the brief history that follows, but here’s a link that may or may not work, and given it’s a 3 round exhibition, it’s so short that it’d be easy to miss:

https://ok.ru/video/1204413538007

Here’s Floyd, aka TUE 50-0, announcing his 3 round exhibition in Tokyo with his adversary, a touted Japanese MMA banty name of Tenshin Nasukawa. TUE promised Blood, Sweat, and Tears for his Toyko performance.

Tokyo Exhibition for New Years Eve

Tokyo Exhibition for New Years Eve

Here is Tenshin in training, reportedly exceedingly quick like lightning and very young, variously listed between 20 and 24 years old.

Quick as Lightning

Kung Fu Fightin’

Thing is, if you’re a Floyd Mayweather fan, might not want to book an expensive trip to Japan for the previously announced New Year’s Eve exhibition he had promoted at a news conference in Tokyo.

Mayweather on Instagram said he had never agreed to a formal bout with Japanese kickboxing phenom Tenshin Nasukawa, and that he had been “derailed” by the magnitude of the event…REALLY?

To Wit:

“Now that I am back on U.S. soil after a long and disappointing trip to Tokyo, I now have the time to address you, my fans and the media in regard to the upcoming event on December 31st that was recently announced,” Mayweather wrote. “First and foremost, I want it to be clear that I, Floyd Mayweather, never agreed to an official bout with Tenshin Nasukawa. In fact (with all due respect) I have never heard of him until this recent trip to Japan.”

Running TUE

Running TUE

“For the sake of the several fans and attendees that flew in from all parts of the world to attend this past press conference, I was hesitant to create a huge disturbance by combating what was being said and for that I am truly sorry. I am a retired boxer that earns an unprecedented amount of money, globally, for appearances, speaking engagements and occasional small exhibitions.”

Fled squalling back to his daddy in Vegas like he did in the Marcos Maidana rematch. Daddy Sr changed his Oopsie Poopsie sagging diapers with a pep talk, hence:

Yupsir, I gather TUE’s #1 Houseboy is gonna protect him from the superbad little Banty Tenshin as he’s done in so many of TUE’s MGM Vegas fights that was part of the bucking up needed, yet plenty of time left to go back squalin’ to Vegas. The good news is since it’s a private, exclusive exhibition, TV rights are supposedly blocked in the US and Japan, but perhaps can be found in other countries. Supposedly the extensive MMA undercard may be available in the US.

RIZIN Bantamweight Title fight [61.0kg / 134.5lb] 3 x 5 minutes *No Elbows
Kyoji Horiguchi vs Darrion Caldwell

RIZIN Super Atomweight Title fight [49.0kg / 108.0lb] 3 x 5 minutes *Elbows allowed
Kanna Asakura vs Ayaka Hamasaki

[93.0kg / 205.0lb] First round 10 minutes x Second round 5 minutes * Elbows allowed
Jiri Prochazka vs Brandon Halsey

[102.5.0kg / 226 lbs] 3 x 5 minute rounds *Elbows allowed
Gabi Garcia vs Barbara Nepomuceno

[70.0kg / 153.4lb] 3 x 5 minute rounds *Elbows allowed
Daron Cruickshank vs Damien Brown

[51.0kg / 112 lbs] 3 x 5 minute rounds *Elbows allowed
Mika Nagano vs Miyuu Yamamoto

[65.0kg / 143.3lbs] 3 x 5 minute rounds *Elbows allowed
Kazuyuki Miyata vs Erson Yamamoto

[70.0kg / 154.3lb] 3 x 5 minutes *No Elbows
Yusuke Yachi vs Johnny Case

[60.kg / 132.2lb] 3 x 5 minutes * Elbows allowed
Yuki Motoya vs Justin Scoggins

[59.0kg / 130.0lb] 3 x 5 minutes *Elbows allowed
Ulka Sasaki vs Manel Kape

[57.0kg / 125.6lb] 3 x 5 minutes rounds * Elbows allowed
Shinju Auclair vs Justyna Haba

[70.0kg / 154.3lb] 3 x 5 minutes *No Elbows
Tyson Nobumitsu vs Tofiq Musaev

[49.0kg / 108.0lb] 3 x 5 minutes *No Elbows
RENA vs Smantha Jean Francois

If you want to know how TUE really wins his fights doing next to nothing, here were the headlines in his last “farce” against Conor McGregor, a UFC fighter making his boxing debut in August of last year.

Mayweather win helps Vegas avoid big losses

Las Vegas sportsbooks are rejoicing as Floyd Mayweather’s 10th-round TKO of Conor McGregor helped them avoid multimillion-dollar losses.

Japanese in general ain’t interested in promoting losing financial propositions, so I surmise this private enterprise to have some sort of private boxing decision for the big players, but who could know in such an opaque operation as this?

Some savvy old salts may recall the big exhibition back in Japan when Ali took on Japanese MMA fighter Antonio Inoki. Ali got cold feet when folks there started talking about Inoki shoving his hand down Ali’s throat to rip out his heart, so some hastily arranged neutering of Inoki limited him to just 10% of his arsenal that resulted in the farce that put Ali in the hospital in critical condition until Japanese Docs could get him stabilized. After this scary moment Ali replicated many more scary moments that left him a quaking shadow of what he started life as, a heartbreaking witness to a fighter who hung on to the sport too long.

Fight here. Judo legend and Hollywood stuntman/character actor Gene Lebell is the ref:

UFC & Conor McGregor Looks to Neuter Boxing & Floyd Mayweather Jr.


A resurrected Greatest Show on Earth invades the scene of serial crimes, Las Vegas, a sorta Barnum & Bailey Three Ring Circus with Conor McGregor vs Floyd TUE Mayweather Jr @ T-Mobile ArenaLas VegasRobert Byrd the circus master will be cracking his bull whip on Mac’s overdeveloped torso. Gotta keep them boys in line, wink, wink with May safely swaddled away from any application of brute force, bolstered by his personal judges and drug testing cartel, so on paper Mac ain’t got a chance.

However, in a street fight or in the octagon, we know Mac would quickly bulldoze May without any monkey business help, so the UFC fans are betting BIG on him, over 90% of total bets placed to have his 10 seconds needed to do the dirty job.

Not gonna bother really writing about this, the biggest hoax in boxing history, but rather harvesting the little gemstones scattered about, so in a pottymouth 8th grade schoolboy disassociative freestyle streaming as befits the demographic being tapped into, so here we go:

F***, Bitches & Hoes, F*** You, You F****** Bitch, You Bitch Hoe…..

May expected to net $300 million  and brags about making near $10 million a minute for a 12 round fight.

Mac expected to net $100 million win/lose or draw

Big Mouth Paulie knocked down in sparring:

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2853057118050662&id=146505212039213&refsrc=http%3A%2F%2Fboxrec.com%2Fforum%2Fviewtopic.php&_rdr

http://fightnews.com/easy-money-bettors-back-mcgregor/1286

*** Bookies going crazy with all the surges in betting that keeps changing the odds. Who could ever bet on such a farce when the outcome will probably only be known but a dozen privileged insiders.

Wahhhhhh, my little pinkie boo boo.

Wahhhhhh, my little pinkie boo boo.

http://ekstrabladet.dk/incoming/article5020110.ece/IMAGE_ALTERNATES/p910/Mayweather%20Maidana%20Boxing

IE: Unbeaten former P4P champ Floyd Mayweather should probably be a 100:1 favorite to defeat UFC star Conor McGregor on Saturday night in Las Vegas. The current -475 odds are laughably close considering Floyd is shooting to go 50-0 for his Hall of Fame career against an MMA fighter making his pro boxing debut. Nevertheless, wagers have been flowing in heavily on McGregor +325, and if McGregor wins, Vegas casinos stand to get creamed.

Zach Jornlin, sportsbook supervisor at MGM Resorts, told The New York Post: “This would be a really, really bad loss for us.”

Jay Rood, VP of MGM Resorts Race and Sports, told ESPN: “This could be the worst loss in the history of MGM Resorts.”

http://fightnews.com/mcgregor-also-ko-vegas-sportsbooks/3462#comments

Mac calls May a half fighter, maybe because he’s been part time since his first retirement in 2006.

May says he’s a $800 million fighter going against a $3 million fighter

Mac: I’ll be a god of boxing…this is some Bruce Lee shit!

Black Power ESPN article slaps The Great White Hope on Mac.

May to surpass a billion dollars in earnings after collecting the proceeds from this farce.

May throws up a rain of 1000 $1 dollar bills as Mac picks up his back pack to pronounce May running around like a schoolboy who can’t read.

Mac says it takes 3 sec to choke out a UFC fighter, but reckons he can do May in a 2 count, so what’s Byrd gonna do?

Face value of tickets is 500, 1500, 2500, 3500, 5000, 7500, 10,000. What they go for on the street? Who knows, but they ain’t sellin’ like hotcakes.

Have to preregister—

Tickets for the fight between Floyd “Money” Mayweather and “The Notorious” Conor McGregor, taking place Saturday, Aug. 26 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, will go on sale Monday, July 24 at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT. However, you must register in advance to buy tickets.

Here’s how it works. To thwart bots and scalpers attempting to buy tickets, fans must request a unique offer code and link to purchase tickets. To receive the code, fans must first be verified through a registration process. Registering still does not guarantee you will receive a code, nor have the ability to purchase tickets. However, only fans who do register can receive their unique code and have the chance to purchase tickets — limited to two (2) per offer code.

May calls Mac a quitter because he once tapped out of a UFC match.

Jesse Vargas says Mac KOed in sparring based on insider rumors.

WBC making a belt and title for the fight, ie: The Money Belt with 1.5 kilograms of 24 karat gold, 3360 diamonds, 600 sapphires, 160 emeralds, all set off center on the crocodile leather strap.

May guarantee alleged 100-120 mil, Mac guarantee 75 mil.

Mac previously fined $150,000 by the Nevada Commish for throwing a water bottle at Nate Diaz that was later reduced to $25,000, so FYI boys!

May been spending all nights at his personal strip club opened last year to complement his personal gym:

Stamina issue:

UFC title fights last 29 minutes with 5×5 minute fighting rounds in between 4×1 minute rest time, Total rest time is about 1/7th of rest, 6/7ths of fighting, ie: 4/29=0.14 rest, 25/29=0.86 fighting.

Boxing title fights last 47 minutes with 12×3  minute fighting rounds in between 11×1 minute rest time, Total rest time is about 1/4th of rest, 3/4ths of fighting, ie: 11/47=0.23 rest, 36/47=0.77 fighting

Boxing ring dimensions are seldom publicly disclosed, but most fights likely use 20’x20′ dimensions yielding 400 Sq Ft fighting area. The largest sanctioned ring is 24’x24’=576 Sq Ft.

Championship Octagon dimensions are a 31′ diameter approximating 754 Sq Ft of fighting area, net result being boxing rings are 53%-76% the size of the much larger Octagon.

Translation: UFC bouts are more cardio intensive using a larger fighting area over a shorter time whereas boxing bouts are slower paced in a smaller area over a longer time. I look for McGregor to be more explosive under these conditions, but could he ever chase down a caged running chicken stinker? That’s what we’ll find out.