Floyd Mayweather vs. Aaron Chalmers: LIVE updates, results, full coverage

Floyd Mayweather used Aaron Chalmers to give fans in London glimpses of what made him great in an eight-round exhibition.

The Hall of Famer, who turned 46 a few days ago, had his way with the British reality TV star and former MMA fighter. He landed almost at will and took almost no punches, which was a familiar sight for those who have followed his career.

There was no scoring as it wasn’t a sanctioned bout but Mayweather would’ve won by shutout.

The event was about fun, for the crowd, for Chalmers and for Mayweather. And everyone seemed to have a good time.

That can only mean one thing: This certainly isn’t the last we’ve seen of “Money” in the ring. There is more money to be made and more fans to please.

You can read a full report here.


Mayweather’s jab looks vintage. So quick, so accurate.


Chalmers doesn’t even see the punches coming; his reflexes aren’t’ quick enough. Mayweather is throwing power shots here and there but he’s taking his time. He obviously wants to the give the crowd a show.


Mayweather didn’t look like a 46-year-old in the first round. Still quick, still has good timing, still punches accurately.


Mayweather and Chalmers are in the ring. We’re only a few minutes away from the exhibition.


Floyd Mayweather is scheduled to face British reality TV star and former MMA fighter Aaron Chalmers today (Saturday) in a pay-per-view exhibition at O2 Arena in London.

The featured bouts begin at 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT (7 p.m. U.K. time). The main event will take place later in show.

Boxing Junkie will post the result of the main event immediately after it ends. Simply return to this post and refresh when the time comes.

Full coverage – a fight story, photo gallery and analysis – will follow on separate posts the day of the fight and the following day.

Enjoy the fights!


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