FLOYD MAYWEATHER DOESN'T CARE IF TENSHIN NASUKAWA KNOCKS HIM OUT

Floyd Mayweather is makin' it crystal clear his fight with Tenshin Nasukawa is strictly entertainment ... and the fight's outcome is irrelevant -- even if Money ends up unconscious on the canvas. Mayweather and Tenshin addressed the media at…

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