Boxing Legend Floyd Mayweather Lands In Zimbabwe For The “Motherland Tour”. Image Credit: ZBC
Boxing Legend Floyd Mayweather Lands In Zimbabwe For The “Motherland Tour”
Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather, widely known as “Mr. Money,” has touched down in Harare, Zimbabwe, commencing his highly anticipated three-day visit as part of ‘The Motherland Tour.’
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Invited by prominent businessman and boxing enthusiast Scott Sakupwanya, Mayweather’s arrival has sparked excitement among fans and the local community.
In a video that was shared widely on social media about two weeks ago, Mayweather expressed his enthusiasm for the tour, stating:
“Africa, the moneyman is on his way. We start off in Zimbabwe on July 13th and 14th. I need everybody in Africa to mark your calendars.
“July 15th and 16th in Johannesburg, South Africa,” Mayweather said in the video.
Empowering Youth and Promoting Opportunities
Beyond the glitz and glamour, Mayweather’s Motherland Tour carries a profound purpose of empowering the youth and inspiring the next generation.
The flamboyant retired boxer aims to spearhead initiatives focused on creating employment opportunities for young people, recognizing their potential and capacity for greatness.
During his stay in Zimbabwe, Mayweather is set to host an exclusive Mayweather Masterclass event, where elegance will meet excellence at Miekels Hotel’s Stewart Room.
This exceptional opportunity promises to be an unforgettable experience for attendees, as they learn from one of the greatest boxing champions of all time.
On July 15th, South Africa will welcome Mayweather at the prestigious Sandton Convention Centre, where a similar event will take place.
The tour is not solely about personal gain for the boxing legend, as he plans to make undisclosed donations to both Zimbabwe and South Africa, demonstrating his commitment to giving back to the communities he visits