“Give me winner or loser of Jake and Tommy fight” Aaron Chalmers wants to face Jake Paul, Tommy Fury, KSI in boxing fight after Floyd Mayweather exhibition match

American boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. announced his retirement in 2017 after defeating Conor McGregor by TKO in the 10th round and setting the record for the longest active unbeaten streak in a professional career with 50 victories.

After that, Money started participating in exhibition bouts, touring the world, and competing against different fighters in different countries. 

Throughout his professional career, The Best Ever has never been to England for a bout, so last month he decided that he would square off against ONE Championship Muay Thai fighter Liam Harrison at the O2 arena in London.

But Harrison had to withdraw from the bout due to an injury, and for that reason, retired mixed martial artist Aaron Chalmers was all set to face Money.

Chalmers talked about several things after his bout. First, he cited that last year people were turning away from him, but now he fought Mayweather this year, which is totally good luck for him.

“I feel towards to end of last year all of them kind of people were getting away from us.”

“They were kind of getting out of reach [because] I wasn’t active and I had a lot going on in my personal life. I started to think these fights are not going to happen. A little bit of good luck has come back around and put us in this position.”

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Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury official Poster (Credit: Twitter)

The Geordie Shore star also talked about who he considered being his next opponent; he would love to fight Jake Paul or Tommy Fury, who fought in the same week in Saudi Arabia.

“I fancy myself. I would love to get in with Jake, Tommy, and KSI. Once I fight them three, I would happily sail off into the sunset with my kids. I know that’s my kids set up for the rest of their lives if that happens.

Saifullah Nayem

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Business undergrad and has been a culer since childhood, currently working as a combat sportswriter at SportsZion. Aside from sports, he is passionate about marketing and business-related activities.


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