Floyd Mayweather to face MMA fighter-turned-boxer Aaron Chalmers in exhibition on Feb. 25

Floyd Mayweather is the busiest elite fighter out there.

The 45-year-old Hall of Famer reportedly will face MMA fighter-turned-boxer Aaron Chalmers in a pay-per-view exhibition on Feb. 25 at O2 Arena in London, his debut in the United Kingdom.

Mayweather had been scheduled to face muay thai fighter Liam Harrison in his next outing but the event was nixed when Harrison was injured.

The meeting with Chalmers will be Mayweather’s sixth exhibition in retirement. He has faced kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa, YouTuber Logan Paul, boxer Don Moore, MMA fighter and YouTuber Mikuru Asakura and YouTuber Deji Olatunji.

Chalmers reportedly was 5-2 in his MMA career. The 35-year-old Englishman made his boxing debut in June, outpointing journeyman Alexander Zeledon in Liverpool.

Mayweather (50-0 in his boxing career) last took part in a sanctioned boxing match in 2017, when he knocked out Conor McGregor in 10 rounds.

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Story originally appeared on Boxing Junkie