The undefeated UFC star referred to Floyd Mayweather as a “POS” and said, “No one cares” about his perfect 50-0 boxing record.

Mokaev, a rising contender in the flyweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, has taken to social media to criticize Floyd Mayweather, a boxing legend.

A photograph of Floyd Mayweather’s distinctive ‘The Money Team’ cap was shared by Mokaev. The photograph also featured the Star of David, which is a symbol that is present on the Israeli flag. In the middle of the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine, “The Punisher,” who has expressed his disapproval of Israel on several occasions, did not take kindly to Mayweather’s choice of clothing.

The young man, who is 23 years old, then continued to attack Floyd Mayweather and criticize his boxing career, stating things like and

“You can be 50-0 but if you’re POS then no one cares about your records!”

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Over the course of more than twenty years, Floyd Mayweather has experienced a lengthy and successful career in the sport of boxing. Before deciding to call it quits on his professional career, the 46-year-old sportsman had a perfect record of 50 wins and zero losses. against the course of that time period, Floyd Mayweather competed against and prevailed against a number of notable boxers, including Arturo Gatti, Zab Judah, Oscar De La Hoya, Ricky Hatton, Juan Manuel Marquez, Shane Mosley, Canelo Alvarez, Manny Pacquiao, and Conor McGregor, among people.

In contrast, Muhammad Mokaev began his career as a professional mixed martial artist (MMA) fighter in August of 2020, which is just a little more than three years ago. ‘The Punisher’ has maintained his perfect record throughout this time period, amassing an incredible 11-0 record in the process. Moakev has won five of his eleven fights in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), and four of those victories have been by way of stoppage.

What’s next for Floyd Mayweather and Muhammad Mokaev?

Floyd Mayweather continues to compete in exhibition bouts despite the fact that he is 46 years old. It is anticipated that “Money” would engage in a rematch with John Gotti III in his subsequent bout. A post that Floyd Mayweather published on Instagram revealed that the fight is anticipated to take place in Las Vegas over the weekend of the Super Bowl in February 2024. This is despite the fact that neither the date nor the location of the event has been officially confirmed.

It was in June of this year that they had their first contact with one another. Unfortunate circumstances led to the conclusion of the exhibition fight that was held at the FLA Live Arena in Sunrise, Florida. As a result of the excessive amount of trash talking that occurred between the two competitors, the referee decided to stop the bout in the sixth round.

Following this, Gotti proceeded to hit Maweather, which ultimately resulted in a full-scale melee within the ring.

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Additionally, Muhammad Mokaev is scheduled to compete in the UFC in the near future. During the UFC Fight Night program that will take place in Saudi Arabia on March 2, the 23-year-old will compete against Alex Perez in a flyweight bout. They will face each other.

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