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How to watch Aaron Chalmers vs Floyd Mayweather this Saturday - time, channel, stream, fight card and more

Former Geordie Shore favourite Aaron Chalmers is set to take on the greatest boxer of all time in Floyd Mayweather Jr at the weekend, in an exhibition bout at London's O2 Arena.

It comes as the latest exhibition match-up in Mayweather's illustrious career, with his last fight against YouTuber Deji ending by way of TKO in 'Money's' favour in the sixth round.

The 45-year-old from Michigan, USA, beat a who's who of all-time greats throughout the course of his illustrious career, besting the likes of Canelo Alvarez, Ricky Hatton, Manny Pacquiao and Oscar De La Hoya in his perfect 50-0 streak.

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35-year-old Chalmers on the other hand only has four rounds and one bout of boxing experience to his name, winning his debut bout against Alex Zeledon on points last year. However, he began his combat sports career back in 2017, fighting with mixed-martial arts organisations BAMMA and Bellator, where he racked up a decorated 5-2 record.

Here's everything you need to know as the two go toe to toe in the squared circle this weekend:

When and where do Floyd Mayweather and Aaron Chalmers fight?

Chalmers vs Mayweather takes place this Saturday (February 25) at London's O2 Arena.

What time will the two fight?

As the fight is taking place in the UK, British fans of the fighters will be pleased to learn that the event will start at a viewer-friendly time. The event itself is scheduled to take place between 7pm and 7.30pm GMT, with the main event's ring walks predicted to come at 10.30pm.

What does the full card look like?

While the card is subject to change, here's how it lines up at the time of writing:

  • 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

How to watch?

The pay per view event will be shown on The Zeus Network, and it will set you back £24.88 when pre-ordered. You can do so, here.

Chronicle Live will also have live blow by blow coverage of the main event on our official site.

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