Mayweather's 50-0 boxing career will not be the only unbeaten record on the line when he faces Nasukawa, who is 27-0 in kickboxing and 4-0 in MMA.
Mayweather is widely regarded as the greatest boxer of his generation but seemingly retired after taking his flawless professional record to 50-0 by defeating UFC star Conor McGregor in August a year ago.
"I want to give the people what they want - blood, sweat and tears", Mayweather told a news conference in Tokyo after reportedly flying into Japan on his private jet.
At the moment, details on the fight like the rules have yet to be revealed, but it seems McGregor has vested interest on the coming fight.
"I think my shortest answer to that is the fact that now we are aligned to achieve something together and that is hitting a new challenge, taking a step forward to whatever wonderful thing that we can create together", Sakakibara said.
"It's always been a goal of mine to go outside the US and go into another arena and display talent as a professional because I did it as an amateur". "I look forward to taking this worldwide". "I would probably say this is my biggest event in life so far and I'm very happy this is going to materialize".
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"Honestly it was surprise offer but I accepted without hesitation", said Nasukawa.
The American defeated Conor McGregor in the ring previous year and now seemingly wants to face down his UFC rival, yet Dana White insists any meeting between Mayweather and Nurmagomedov would have to be an MMA contest in the octagon.
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"Nobody has defeated my opponent in the past, and I would like to be the man who makes history", Nasukawa said, speaking through an interpreter.
"It's always been a goal of mine to go outside the United States and go to another arena and display my talent as a professional".