Floyd Mayweather returns to the ring for an exhibition contest against John Gotti on June 11.
The former five-weight world champion and all-time great has had six similar contests since 2018 and Gotti is the latest challenger to get a crack at Money.
Gotti is a professional MMA fighter and the Florida man is the grandson of former American crime boss John Gotti.
The pair will clash at the FLA Live Arena in Sunrise in Florida and it will be another opportunity for fight fans to get a glimpse of the aged, but still slick, skills of Mayweather.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Mayweather’s latest exhibition contest.
|What||Floyd Mayweather v John Gotti|
|Where||FLA Live Arena, Florida|
|When||Sunday, 11th June 2023|
|How to watch||Zeus Network PPV|
The fight will take place on Sunday, 11th June 2023.
The schedule has yet to be released but full details regarding the start time of the card and main event will be released closer to fight night.
The fight will take place at the FLA Live Arena in Sunrise, Florida.
The indoor arena is home to the Florida Panthers of the National Hockey League and was opened in 1998.
The 20,000-seater setting has played host to many sporting events and has also seen performances from music stars Celine Dion, Madonna, Bruce Springsteen and Coldplay.
has taken his exhibition tour all over the world, with fights in the United Kingdom, Dubai and Japan, but this contest will take place on home turf for Floridian Gotti.
The fight will be available in both the UK and US on Zeus Network PPV.
The cost of the fight is expected to be around £25 and can be purchased from the Zeus Network website.
There are no belts on the line in this exhibition contest.
Mayweather amassed a 50-0 record during his time as a professional boxer, winning 15 major world championships from super featherweight to light middleweight.
The 46-year-old won the Ring magazine title in five weight classes and the lineal championship in four different divisions, and Pretty Boy is widely regarded as one of the best fighters of all time.
Mayweather retired with an umblenished 50-0 professional record.
The unbeaten Michigan man defeated top-level fighters Canelo Alvarez, Manny Pacquiao, Ricky Hatton, Oscar De La Hoya and Marcos Maidana in what was a glittering career.
Money also defeated Conor McGregor in his final professional boxing contest, but the 46-year-old has since gone on to fight in a series of exhibition events.
Pretty Boy has seen off the challenge of Logan Paul and Aaron Chalmers amongst others, and he has again been victorious in the three of those bouts that were scored contests.
Gotti has contested six MMA bouts, winning his opening five contests, but suffering a defeat in the last of those against Nick Alley.
The latest of those fights came back in 2020 and the Floridian, who operates in the light-heavyweight division, has since had two professional boxing bouts.
Gotti has been successful in both of his ventures into the boxing ring, with one victory coming by stoppage, although both were extremely low-key contests. The latest took place in January against Alex Citrowske.