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Floyd Mayweather vs Aaron Chalmers fight start time, TV channel and stream

Floyd Mayweather will fight in his latest money-spinning exhibition against Aaron Chalmers tonight.

Boxing legend Mayweather no longer competes in the professional ranks since his perfect undefeated career, but his next challenge will come against Geordie Shore star Chalmers in his exhibition fight. The 50-0 former champion has been fighting in a series of showcases around the world against the likes of YouTubers Deji and Logan Paul, with his latest test to land on domestic shores in the UK capital.

Newcastle-born Chalmers has experience in both MMA and boxing having fought under promotional banners Bellator and Wasserman Boxing, and he will hope to put on a big display to set up future meetings with the likes of Jake Paul and Tommy Fury.

Here is all you need to know ahead of tonight's event...

When is Floyd Mayweather vs Aaron Chalmers and what time does it start in the UK?

The event headlined by Mayweather's exhibition with Chalmers will take place on Saturday February 25 in London at the O2 arena. Action is expected to get underway with a lengthy undercard beginning at around 7pm. Mayweather and Chalmers are expected to make their ring walks for the main event at around 10:15pm, with the pair touching gloves at 10:30pm.

However this will depend on the duration of the undercard bouts alongside any potential delays along the way, with Mayweather's exhibitions known to often start behind schedule.

How to watch Floyd Mayweather v Aaron Chalmers via TV and live stream

Mayweather's exhibition outing with Chalmers will be broadcast exclusively live on streaming service Zeus Network with fans required to fork out £24.88 to buy the pay-per-view event. Viewers can catch the event live via the platform's app or website and can purchase the package here.

Full fight card

Main Event: Floyd Mayweather vs Aaron Chalmers

Natalie Nunn vs Tommie Lee

Ulysses Diaz vs Khalas Karim

J’Hon Ingram vs Declan Kenna

Antonio Zepeda vs Christopher Lovejoy

Kevin Johnson vs Mike Hales

Sammy-Jo Luxton vs Hayley Barraclough

Will you watch Floyd Mayweather v Aaron Chalmers? Let us know in the comments section below

Quotes corner

Mayweather: "It’s great to be back in the UK performing entertain dream come true. I’ve been coming to UK since 1993 – it’s good to be over here. My advice to him is to leave here with skills. He’s rough, tough and got experience in combat, so I’m pretty sure he’ll be at his best.

"I’ve got so much experience at highest level. I’ve fought at the best events. Experience plays a major part. With all these fighters, I want them to give it 100 per cent. We’re here to entertain. The UK has big fight market, it’s huge. I want him to be at his best and give it his all."

Chalmers: I’m not going to give anything away, I’m just excited. We’re here now, it’s been a whirlwind four weeks. I know his jab is unbelievable, can I handle that jab? You’ll find that out on Saturday. I’ve tried to be sharp and fit, I’ve got a nutritionist and there’s no stone unturned when facing Floyd.

"He’s 46 on Friday, he’s got 10 years on me, so it’s just about being sharp and being in his face. He’s one of the best boxers so I can’t get too carried away and get clipped. If you face the best of all time, the rest should be much easier. This was the offer that came in and I grabbed It with both hands."

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