Mayweather ‘finally set to end retirement this year’

first_img Loading… “[Paul’s] now 0-1 and he’s going to be fighting one of the best in Floyd Mayweather. “It’s going to be a joke of a fight, but it’s signed. It’s official. “I heard it from a reputable source today and even saw the signed picture of the signed contract. “Floyd signed on the dotted line for this exhibition match.” Mayweather last took to the ring for an exhibition fight with Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in 2018 – which resulted in the most simple of wins for the Las Vegas star. Money has beaten the likes of Manny Pacquiao and Canelo Alvarez during his illustrious career – earning him a cool £2.4BILLION from PPVs alone. On the other hand, Paul has fought just twice, both against KSI and only one of those professionally, which ended in defeat. The American YouTuber had been tipped with an immediate switch to MMA. However, immediately after his KSI loss, Paul called out Mayweather. Paul simply tweeted: “Bring it @FloydMayweather.” Mayweather had sparked talk of a comeback after being pictured working hard in the gym at 2am earlier this month. Incredible reports in the US now suggest he may be working out for a clash with Paul, 18 years his junior. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Floyd Mayweather will come out of retirement and fight YouTube star Logan Paul in an exhibition bout THIS year, according to sensational reports. The American superstar, 43, hasn’t fought professionally since dismantling Conor McGregor in 2017. That victory took his career record to an unblemished, unparalleled 50-0. But now sensational reports claim they have proof from a “reputable source” that Money has signed a contract to fight Paul. The US star, 25, has only ONE professional fight under his belt – his famous loss to British fellow YouTuber KSI last year. But now YouTuber Keemstar has taken to Twitter to reveal a “boxing insider” told him Paul would take on Mayweather. Sharing the news with his 2.8million followers, Keemstar tweeted: “Mayweather vs Logan Paul this year! No joke… “That’s [what a] boxing insider just told me..” And Keemstar’s claim was backed up by The Fighting News’ Mike Feinberg – who claimed he’d seen the contract signed by Mayweather to fight Paul. Feinberg claimed: “I’ve got some breaking news for you. “Floyd Mayweather Jr is coming out of retirement and has just officially signed a contract to fight in an exhibition match against Logan Paul. “I don’t understand the fight. Logan Paul has tried his hand at professional boxing against the other nobody [that] nobody’s ever heard of before.center_img Promoted ContentThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Most Asntonishing Train Stations In The WorldWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your Phonelast_img read more

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Cricket News Australia’s Alyssa Healy Smashes New Women’s Twenty20 International World Record

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Alyssa Healy is acknowledged as one of the legends in women’s cricket. Playing for the champion Australian cricket team, Healy’s keeping and batting is acknowledged as top class, especially in the Twenty20 format. However, during the third Twenty20 International between Australia and Sri Lanka at the North Sydney Oval, Healy rewrote the history books and created a new world record. Healy smashed 148 off 61 balls, the highest individual score by a woman cricketer in Twenty20 Internationals as Australia won by 132 runs to sweep the series 3-0.Healy’s knock of 148 broke the previous record set by her teammate Meg Lanning, who blasted 133 against England at Chelmsford during the recent Women’s Ashes series. However, Healy’s century came off 46 balls and it is the second-fastest in Women’s Twenty20 International history behind West Indies’ Deandra Dottin, who smashed a ton off 38 balls against South Africa in St Kitts in 2010. However, it is the fastest by an Australian player, once again breaking Lanning’s mark of 53 against Ireland in the 2014 World T20 in Sylhet.Also Read | THIS Australian woman cricketer smashes a new world record in Twenty20 InternationalsAustralia chose to bat and Healy began with a bang, hammering Achini Kulasuriya for a boundary and a six. In the fourth over bowled by Ama Kanchana, Healy smashed two fours and a six as the carnage continued. Australia raced past fifty in just the fifth over when Healy launched Prabodhani for a six. Sri Lanka had some relief when Chamari Athapathu got rid of Beth Mooney but the carnage continued. Healy smashed Shashikala Siriwardene for a four and a six and launched Inoshi Priyadharshani for a hat-trick of fours.Also Read | 17 and counting – Thailand women’s team shatters world champions Australia’s THIS record featThe right-hander smashed three more fours off Priyadharshani and notched up a century. The 18th and the 19th over witnessed mayhem with Healy hammering another hat-trick of fours, this time off Achini Kulasuriya. In the 19th over bowled by Kanchana, there was total destruction as Healy blasted four boundaries and a six with the bowler conceding 28 runs. In the fifth ball of the over, Healy’s four gave her the new world record.Although she hit a six off Athapathu, the seveth in her knock, she could not reach 150 and Australia ended on 226/2. In response, Athapathu, who had hit a century, looked good during her knock of 31 but the Sri Lankan players floundered against the accuracy of Nicola Carey, who took 3/15 from her four overs. Sri Lanka could manage just 94/7 and Australia were crowned the series winners. “It was just one of those days where everything seemed to come out of the middle, so I’ll take that,” Healy told the TV broadcaster.last_img read more

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