Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s opponent for a unique exhibition bout has been revealed.
Mayweather (50-0, 27 KOs) will face 'Dangerous' Don Moore (18-0-1, 12 KOs) during an eight-round exhibition scheduled to take place on a helicopter landing pad atop Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai on May 14, TMZ Sports reports.
Additionally, the undercard will feature a boxing match between former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva and fellow Brazilian Bruno Machado, as well as a fight featuring former WBC super-middleweight champion Badou Jack.
Mayweather's last boxing match came in a June 6 exhibition against YouTube personality Logan Paul, which featured zero judges and no winner was declared.
CBS Sports' unofficial scorecard awarded all but one round to Mayweather, who edged Paul, 79-73, in total scoring per round.
Additionally, Showtime's "ShowStats" credited Mayweather for landing 40% of his punches (50% jabs and 39% power) while Paul landed 13% (10% jabs and 15% power).
Mayweather's last official boxing match came against former UFC featherweight and lightweight double-champion Conor McGregor, which saw Mayweather win in the 10th round via TKO.
“I am always trying to push the envelope and if something is brought to my attention that has a unique aspect to it, I am always interested,” Mayweather said via BoxingScene.com. “Having a fight on the helipad of the Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai and the opportunity to be the star of the show is going to be something I will remember always. People all over the world can buy the PPV and watch us fight high above, almost in the sky.”