Floyd Mayweather's battle with Don Moore looks set to be dropped following the demise of Sheik Khalifa canister Zayed Al Nahyan, the leader of the United Arab Emirates.
Government authorities, as per WAM, the authority UAE news organization, have suspended "work in services, offices, bureaucratic and neighborhood establishments, and the private area" for the following three days because of the Sheik Khalifa's passing ... what's more, as indicated by our sources, that implies the Floyd battle can't occur this end of the week.
We are told, however, the two fighters could endeavor to reschedule the counterpart for at some point one week from now.
Floyd presently can't seem to remark on the battle's cancelation ... however he grieved Sheik Khalifa's passing in an Instagram post early Friday morning.
American Mayweather retired from pro boxing with a perfect record of 50-0 (27 knockouts), while compatriot Moore, 42, is also unbeaten at 18-0 (12 KOs) but has not fought since 2016.
Mayweather's final professional bout was a 10th-round stoppage of UFC icon Conor McGregor in August 2017.
"Money" then returned to the ring in December 2018 and defeated kickboxing star Tenshin Nasukawa in the first round of their exhibition fight, before going the distance with YouTuber Logan Paul last June.