- Floyd Mayweather's African tour to Nigeria and Ghana has been postponed to a later date
- The undisputed boxing champion was expected to visit Nigeria from June 12 - June 14, 2017
- He was billed to face speaker of the Nigerian House of Representative Yakubu Dogara in an exhibition bout
Undefeated boxing legend Floyd Mayweather has reportedly postponed his tour to Nigeria and Ghana to a later date.
According to reports, the undisputed boxing champion was set to have a tour in Nigeria and Ghana named Undefeated Africa Tour.
NAIJ.com earlier reported that Mayweather was expected to visit Nigeria from June 12 - June 14, 2017 as he was billed to lock horns with speaker of the Nigerian House of Representative Yakubu Dogara in a charity exhibition bout.
The American boxer has confirmed the news that the tour will be postponed to a later date.
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He posted on his twitter account: "Motherland Africa, Nigeria & Ghana, my Undefeated Africa Tour has been pushed to the fall @RnBAllStarsEnt @ONEbrentTMT 4 more event info."
A member of the organising committee told NAIJ.com "He is not coming. The tour to Nigeria and Ghana has been postponed".
Recall that boxing legend Evander Holyfield visited Lagos recently where he was billed to engage APC chieftain Asiwaju Bola Tinubu in a charity contest tagged 'Rhumbles in Lagos', but the former Lagos state governor failed to show up.
On the other hand, NAIJ.com recently visited the family house of boxing king Anthony Joshua in Sagamu, Ogun state Nigeria;