Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather will return to the ring on Saturday for his latest exhibition fight when he takes on reality TV star Aaron Chalmers at London's O2 Arena.
Since retiring from the professional ranks with a perfect 50-0 record in 2017, Mayweather has embarked on a high-profile exhibition career where he has beaten, amongst others, YouTuber Logan Paul and kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa.
Next up for 'Money' will be a bout on British soil against Newcastle fighter Chalmers, who is best known for starring in reality show Geordie Shore but has since carved out a successful MMA career before making the move into boxing last year.
Chalmers will be stepping into the ring for just the second time as a boxer and he has also received a late call up for the bout after Mayweather's original opponent, English Muay Thai fighter Liam Harrison, was forced to pull out due to a knee injury.
|What||Floyd Mayweather v Aaron Chalmers|
|Where||O2 Arena, London|
|When||22:30, Saturday 25th February|
|How to watch||The Zeus Network|
The exhibition fight between Mayweather and Chalmers is set to take place on Saturday 25th February.
Start times for the card are yet to be confirmed, but the main event, which is Mayweather against Chalmers, is scheduled to get underway at approximately 22:30 UK time.
The bout is scheduled to take place at the O2 Arena in London, a venue that is no stranger to staging high-profile boxing contests, including the women's middleweight unification fight between Claressa Shields and Savannah Marshall last October.
Saturday's fight will also mark the first time Mayweather has ever fought on British soil.
The fight will be shown on The Zeus Network as a pay-per-view event and is available to pre-order for £24.88.
There is no doubt that Mayweather will be expected to win this contest with ease, with the American having triumphed in all 50 of his fights as a professional, as well as his four previous exhibitions.
Chalmers is arguably the biggest underdog Mayweather has ever faced, but he is the younger of the two fighters at 35, with 'Money' set to turn 46 the day before he steps into the ring.
As this is an exhibition fight, there will be not belts on the line.
Mayweather is without doubt one of the greatest pound-for-pound fighters of all time, as he retired from professional boxing in 2017 with a perfect 50-0 record and having won 15 world championships across five different weight classes.
Among the big names that Mayweather has beaten are Oscar De La Hoya, Ricky Hatton, Saul Canelo Alvarez and Manny Pacquiao, while his last professional bout saw him stop MMA star Conor McGregor in 10 rounds.
That stoppage victory over McGregor in August 2017 meant Mayweather ended his professional career with 27 knockout successes from his 50 fights.
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Since retiring from the professional ranks, Mayweather has continued to fight in high-profile exhibitions, the first of which came when he stopped kickboxer Nasukawa in the first round of their contest on New Year's Eve 2018 in Japan.
Mayweather has since beaten YouTuber Paul, whose younger brother Jake will also be fighting this weekend against Tommy Fury in Saudi Arabia, as well as his former sparring partner Don Moore, MMA fighter Mikuru Asakura and, most recently, KSI's brother Deji Olatunji.
As well as starring in Geordie Shore, Chalmers has also featured on other reality shows such as Ex on the Beach and Just Tattoo of Us. However, he has always harboured an interest in fighting.
The 35-year-old initially transitioned into MMA and won his first four fights as a professional before losing to Corey Browning in February 2019.
Chalmers recovered from the loss to beat Fred Freeman before losing his final MMA bout against Austin Clem three years ago.
Following the defeat to Clem, Chalmers swapped combat sports and took up boxing where he has won his only fight as a professional to date, beating Alexander Zeledon on points at Liverpool's Echo Arena last June.
Chalmers is not the only reality star fighting on this card, as American media personalities Natalie Nunn and Tommie Lee will also be stepping into the ring for their celebrity bout.
Also on the undercard is the cruiserweight contest between Ulysses Diaz and Khalas Karim, J’Hon Ingram's lightweight clash with Meeks Kastelo, the heavyweight bout involving Antonio Zepeda and Christopher Lovejoy, as well as the light-heavyweight showdown between Sammy-Jo Luxton and Hayley Barraclough.