FLOYD MAYWEATHER fans will have to pay £12.99 to watch the boxing legend's latest comeback fight.
Mayweather returns to the ring on May 14 in what could be the most sensational bout of his career.
That is because he faces ex-sparring partner Don Moore on top of a HELIPAD in Dubai, 700ft above sea level.
Only 20-40 VIP guests will be in attendance with tickets, purchased as NFTs, costing around £150,000 each.
It leaves the masses set to watch from home and it has recently been announced FITE TV will be airing the fight.
The pay-per-view price has been set at £12.99 in the UK or $14.99 in the US.
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That is fairly modest compared to the $49.99 or £16.95 it cost to watch Mayweather's last bout, against YouTuber Logan Paul, 27.
It ended without a winner after no knockout was scored, seeing the exhibition go the full eight-round distance.
For Mayweather's final professional fight, he beat UFC superstar Conor McGregor, 33, in ten Las Vegas rounds.
That night, 4.4MILLION fans in the US paid up to $99.95 to view the money-spinning crossover spectacle.
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Mayweather, 45, recently gave a glimpse into his training camp with a clip sparring in the same ring that he once shared with Moore, 42.
And while performing in front of his one-year-old grandson Kentrell Jr, he explained his decision to still collect cheques in the boxing ring.
Mayweather posted: "Grandson, I’m very thankful for your great Granddad teaching me the sweet science of boxing, to hit and not get hit.
"I believe in working smarter, not harder. I retired from the sport undefeated with all my accolades and on my own terms.
"Even in retirement, I’m still able to milk the game of boxing, continuing to make eight figures or more.
"I will continue to do exhibition bouts making tons of money and people from all around the world will continue to pay because my hustle is just different."
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