Floyd Mayweather teases Dubai fight with 'Money Kicks'

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Floyd Mayweather has hinted he could return to the ring against YouTuber Reshad ‘Money Kicks’ Belhasa.

Belhasa has a 2-0 record as an amatuer, and has fought on the ‘Social Knockout’ events staged in Dubai.

Mayweather has already suggested he would put on an exhibition in Dubai, and now it looks like this could include some action for the multi-division former world champion.

The 44-year-old American won his 50th and final professional bout against Conor McGregor back in 2017, and followed it up with two exhibition events. The most recent was against Logan Paul this year, and before then against Tenshin Nasukawa back in December 2018.

"I spoke with James McNair [a Mayweather advisor] about Money Kicks," Mayweather said at a press conference.

"We don't really know, I think since he's from here it would be great, it's going to be a very special crowd, not too many people.

"So if you get a chance to come here, you must know that you're very, very special for this event.

"But the kid Money Kicks is doing great things and I'm liking what I'll see."

The fight could come as soon as February 20, with a boxing event set to take place at the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah hotel.

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