MMA Fighting has Mayweather vs. Moore results live for the Floyd Mayweather vs. Don Moore fight card at Etihad Arena in Abu Dhabi on Saturday afternoon.
This is the live blog for the exhibition main event featuring boxing legend Floyd Mayweather and Don Moore. It is expected to begin around 4 p.m. ET on Frontrow pay-per-view. Check out our Mayweather vs. Moore results page to find out what happened on the undercard.
This is Mayweather’s third exhibition bout since retiring from active competition in 2017 following a win over UFC superstar Conor McGregor that gave Mayweather a perfect 50-0 pro record. He later defeated kickboxing star Tenshin Nasukawa at a December 2018 RIZIN event in Japan, and then went the distance with YouTube star Logan Paul in a bout that was not officially scored.
Moore (18-0-1, 12 KOs) is a former sparring partner of Mayweather’s.
Check out Mayweather vs. Moore main event live blog below.
Competing in his third exhibition bout on May 21, Floyd Mayweather is ready to spice things up. He will be facing off against Don Moore in Abu Dhabi inside the Etihad Arena on Yas Island.
A bronze medalist in the 1996 Olympics, Mayweather made his pro debut that year. “Money” has won titles in the super-featherweight, lightweight, welterweight, and light-middleweight divisions. Mayweather has faced some of the most legendary fighters in the world, including Arturo Gatti, Zab Judah, Jose Luis Castillo, Ricky Hatton, and Shane Mosley.
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He initially retired in 2015 after beating Manny Pacquiao and Andre Berto, returning in 2017 to beat MMA star Conor McGregor and retiring at 50-0.
Mayweather’s last exhibition fight was against Logan Paul in Miami in 2021. He went the distance in a fight that was not officially scored. Mayweather has also competed in another exhibition, beating kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa via TKO in 2018.
Moore, a former sparring partner of Mayweather’s, competed in the ring from 1999 to 2016. He was trained by Floyd’s late uncle Roger Mayweather. The last time he fought was in 2016, beating DeShaun Williams via knockout.
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The fight was supposed to take place on May 14, but it was postponed due to the death of UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. It was also supposed to be on top of the Burj Al Arab hotel helipad in Dubai, UAE.
Other competitors fighting on the card include former MMA champion Anderson Silva, Badou Jack, and Delfine Persoon.
The Sporting News will be providing live coverage and highlights from Mayweather vs. Moore. Stay tuned!
Floyd Mayweather vs. Don Moore live results, updates
3:30 p.m.: We’re approaching the co-main event where MMA legend Anderson Silva will continue his transition into boxing as he faces Bruno Machado. But we’ve already had our fill of excitement as Badou Jack needed only 46 seconds to stop Hany Atiyo and Delfine Persoon successfully defended her WBC super featherweight title in an all-action throwdown with Elhem Mekhaled.
When is Floyd Mayweather vs. Don Moore?
Date: Saturday, May 21
Start time: 2 p.m. ET
Main event: 5 p.m. ET (approximately)
Floyd Mayweather vs. Don Moore will take place Saturday, May 21. The main card will start at 2 p.m. ET. The main event should begin around 5 p.m. ET, depending on how long the undercard fights last.
How to watch Floyd Mayweather vs. Don Moore
Fans can watch Mayweather vs. Don Moore on FITE.tv and LIVEnow.
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Mayweather vs. Moore price: How much does the fight cost?
If fans buy the fight on FITE, they will pay $29.99. LIVEnow will produce the fight for $18.59.
In the U.K., the fight will be worth £14.99 on LIVEnow.
Floyd Mayweather vs. Don Moore fight card
Floyd Mayweather vs. Don Moore (exhibition)
Anderson Silva vs. Bruno Machado (exhibition)
Badou Jack def. Hany Atiyo via 1st round KO (:46)
Delfine Persoon def. Elhem Mekhaled via unanimous decision to retain the WBC super featherweight title (97-94, 97-93 & 96-94)