Floyd Mayweather could receive $30 million for each Global Titans show, CEO Uday Singh told Insider.
Singh has ambitious plans for Mayweather, including putting him back in the ring for a real fight, where he would put his undefeated record on the line against either Manny Paquiao or Conor McGregor.
Floyd is set to return to the ring in an exhibition fight on November 13, at the Coca-Cola Arena in Dubai, against Deji. For that event, organized by Global Titans, he will receive between $25 million and $30 million. From there, there are plans for him to appear in Lagos, Tokyo, USA and London.
He would expose his undefeated record in a real fight
Floyd Mayweather has become a regular personality on the exhibition fight circuit. Among his appearances are the fight he had with Logan Paul and the two times he has been to Japan under the Rizin banner.
But there are plans for the 45-year-old Floyd to return to the ring for a real fight, which he hasn’t done since he faced Conor McGregor in August 2017, whom he defeated by TKO in the 10th round.
Should he return to a valid fight, he would expose his record of 50 wins and zero losses.
“We do have plans to do a real fight other than an exhibition fight with Floyd and someone else next year,” expressed Singh, who added that Floyd will have to expose his undefeated record.
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Manny or Conor are being considered as possible rivals.
“We are looking at Las Vegas as a venue,” Singh said. “And that will be somewhere next year, after October. We’ve already talked and we’ll announce the names a little later.”
“In the meantime, all the showcase fights will have some sort of entertainment aspect of an actual fight,” the businessman added.
“We have things like Jake Paul fighting Deji on the cards, Jake Paul fighting Tommy Fury on the cards, and that’s going to be an exciting one. So it’s going to be a mix and match” in the future, he concluded.