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What next for Floyd Mayweather? A net worth of £440MILLION does not seem to satisfy him after farcical exhibition with Japanese kickboxer... will Khabib Nurmagomedov, Conor McGregor or Canelo Alvarez be next? The future for Floyd Mayweather remains unclear after his exhibition fight A boxing legend, the American beat Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa It took just over two minutes and the man worth £440m earned around $9m Will a big money fight with Khabib Nurmagomedov be his next lucrative bout? REPORT: Mayweather makes $9m in two minutes against Japanese kickboxer 

By Nathan Salt For Mailonline

Published: 11:22 GMT, 1 January 2019 | Updated: 11:28 GMT, 1 January 2019

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Since his professional debut in 1996, Floyd Mayweather has earned hundreds of millions of pounds. His net worth is estimated to be close to a staggering £440million. 

But the 'Money Man' continues to chase the priciest and most lucrative carrots in boxing after he followed up his $100m pay-day against Conor McGregor with $9m for just over two minutes work against Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa on Monday.

Naturally, there was to be no kicking allowed and after three knockdowns around 120 seconds from the first bell, the 20-year-old saw the contest ended, he was in tears and Mayweather was left grinning at his latest money-spinning exhibition.  

Floyd Mayweather needed just over two minutes to make $9million in an exhibition contest

Floyd Mayweather needed just over two minutes to make $9million in an exhibition contest

The 50-0 unbeaten boxer was all smiles in what proved a farcical bout with Tenshin Nasukawa

The 50-0 unbeaten boxer was all smiles in what proved a farcical bout with Tenshin Nasukawa

A boxing career which saw him go unbeaten in 50 fights, Mayweather is widely considered one of the finest the sport has ever seen. 

But as to whether he is to

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