Floyd Mayweather vs Don Moore tale of the tape: How boxers compare ahead of bizarre fight on top of helipad
FLOYD MAYWEATHER will lace up his gloves again this weekend for another lucrative exhibition match.
The former five-weight world champion will take part in another light-hearted dust-up atop the world-famous Burj Khalifa in Dubai on Saturday.
Mayweather's foe for his third exhibition since retiring from professional boxing – which takes place on the Burj's helipad – will be a familiar face.
Money will lock horns with his former sparring partner Don Moore – who was once a staple of his training camps.
The contest promises to be more a competitive one than Mayweather's recent clash with YouTuber Logan Paul.
So SunSport thought it'd only be right to tell you everything you need to know about the pair's upcoming desert dust-up.
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Father Time is on the side of Moore, who is three years his former training partner's junior.
Dangerous is 42 years young, while Mayweather is 45 years old.
The young-looking Mayweather celebrated his 45th birthday in February with a star-studded bash in Florida.
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Moore is the taller of the pair but will likely enter the ring lighter than his old pal.
He stands at 5'10 but weighed in less than Mayweather for his final professional outing against DeShaun Williams in September 2016.
The American tipped the scale at 10 stone, 5lbs last time out, a whole nine pounds lighter than Mayweather was for his clash with Paul.
Moore will also boast a two-inch reach advantage over Mayweather, with his arms extending 74 inches in comparison to the boxing great's 72.
Moore called time on his career having taken to the ring 19 times as a professional, failing to have his hand raised just once.
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Mayweather's experience in the ring dwarves his pal's – with the Hall-of-Famer having taken to the rings 50 times.
The Michigan mauler took part in more world title fights than Moore had bouts – vying for gold 26 times during his 21-year pro.
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