Floyd Mayweather to Compete in His First MMA Match? Here’s the Breakdown (Video)

Floyd Mayweather is once again putting a temporary pause on retirement to step back into the ring. Except for this time, he’ll be entering the Octagon. ESPN.com reports that Mayweather will compete in an MMA match on December 31st against kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa on December 31st in Japan. Mayweather was on hand with Tenshin to make the formal announcement. Mayweather will exit retirement once again and fight 20-year-old Japanese kickboxing phenom Tenshin Nasukawa on Dec. 31 at the 37,000-seat Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan, about a half-hour drive outside of Tokyo. Mayweather and Nasukawa appeared at a news conference in Tokyo on Monday (Sunday night United States time) that was streamed worldwide on YouTube…

Zinedine Hameur-Lain Meets Zack Mwekassa At GLORY 38

DENVER – GLORY today announced the final entrant in its one-night, four-man light heavyweight contender tournament, as the world’s premier kickboxing league returns to Sears Centre Arena in Hoffman Estates, Ill. for GLORY 38 Chicago and GLORY 38 SuperFight Series on Friday, Feb. 24. Comprising the one-night, four-man light heavyweight contender tournament at GLORY 38 Chicago are two explosive semifinal bouts featuring top 10 talent. In addition to notching two career victories in a single evening, the tournament winner will earn an opportunity to face the reigning GLORY light heavyweight champion at a later date. Former interim GLORY light heavyweight champion Zack “The Black Warrior” Mwekassa (15-4, 13 KO) returns in the night’s first tournament…