Tenshin Nasukawa Scores Fantastic TKO Victory, Scares Mayweather Lovers!

Tenshin Nasukawa Scars Mayweather Fans With A Dominant Victory Over Taiki Teito Via TKO (Three Knockdowns) At RISE 129

Japanese kickboxing sensation Tenshin Nasukawa improved his perfect score to 28-0. He fought at RISE 129 in Tokyo earlier today (Sat., Nov. 17, 2019) and destroyed Taiki Teito via first-round TKO. The match was stopped after three knockdowns! Floyd Mayweather could be scared if he watched this match! You can take a look at a superb performance in a video below.

As soon as the fight started, Tenshin Nasukawa opened aggressively and pressed his rival. Teito had no solution for his quick strikes and combos. He fell to the ground for the first time after spectacular left superman punch! He stood up and raised his hands but then the real trouble started.

Tenshin Nasukawa landed a brutal left knee to Teito’s mid-section. It was followed by the right hook and left cross. Mayweather’s future rival scored the second knockdown!

Taiki stood up and delivered great left hand to the face. He even tried a push kick, but Tenshin forced him to retreat. Nasukawa again attacked with a knee and pressed his rival against the ropes. It was followed by a flurry of punches. The referee stepped in and stopped the fight! What a dominant victory!


Floyd Mayweather Jr was set to face Tenshin Nasukawa in an exhibition boxing match on New Year’s Eve in Saitama, Japan. Their fight was confirmed at RIZIN 14 press conference. Yet, “Money” quickly said he had never agreed to the match with Japanese kickboxing rising star. The bout was canceled. Finally, Ariel Helwani from ESPN tweeted that the misunderstanding was settled. The undefeated boxer will fight Japanese kickboxing rising star, but kicking won’t be allowed!

What do you think, who is going to win this fight? Will Mayweather change his mind again? Stay tuned!

Published on November 17, 2018 at 11:40 am
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