Floyd Mayweather set to take on former Geordie Shore star Aaron Chalmers in a boxing match

Floyd Mayweather is not slowing down. Mayweather has switched his focus to competing against reality television personalities after taking on boxing’s greats.

It has been confirmed that Mayweather will now square off with Aaron Chalmers from Geordie Shore on February 25 at London’s O2 Arena.

In a message posted on Instagram, Mayweather wrote

: “Different face, different name, same result. London we are still rocking and rolling on Feb. 25th at the O2 Arena. Tickets will be on sale soon. Stay tuned!!”

Mayweather was previously set to face ONE FC’s Muay Thai vet Liam Harrison but he had to bow out due to injury.

Chalmers went on to claim a professional record of one victory and zero defeats inside the ring after putting up his boxing gloves. This was after his brief stint competing in mixed martial arts with Bellator.

Chalmers stated in reference to his forthcoming exhibitioun with Mayweather: “It doesn’t get much bigger than this for me!! Some 1s 0 has to go.”

In 2020, Chalmers announced his retirement from mixed martial arts. He had competed in four matches for Bellator, going 2-2. Additionally, he had a good 5-2 record overall.

Despite having minor experience, he was able to sell tickets for Bellator and BAMA throughout Britain because of his fame stemming from being on reality series, Geordie Shore.

45-year-old Mayweather still has an undefeated record of 50-0. He retired from boxing and now participates in exhibition matches against a variety of online and social media celebrities.

Mayweather was previously supposed to compete against Muay Thai champion Liam Harrison, who pulled out at the last moment.

He previously said:

“A bout is planned in the UK for 2023. In February we’re looking forward to coming here and putting on an exhibition for the fans in the UK, because I’ve never had a chance to come over here and fight when I was actively boxing as a professional – so hopefully in February I’ll come over and do an exhibition if it’s possible.”

Mayweather also stated:

“I want to continue to help this sport grow, because without boxing I wouldn’t be where I’m at. But what’s also important to me is giving back to the sport of boxing and I will always give back to the sport of boxing. It’s a driving force to me.”