Floyd Mayweather needed just 140 seconds to beat Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in an exhibition boxing bout worth a reported $9m Former five-weight world champion Mayweather, 41, was smiling during the short-lived contest in Tokyo as he floored the 20-year-old three times. The fight, scheduled for three three-minute rounds, ended with Nasukawa in tears as his team threw in the towel. Despite his latest comeback, Mayweather said afterwards he was "still retired". "It was all about entertainment - we had a lot of fun," said the American, who beat UFC's Conor McGregor in a boxing match in August 2017. "They wanted this to happen in Japan, so I said 'why not?'" The fight was delayed by several hours, with rumours circulating on social media that Mayweather might not show up, and that organisers were struggling to locate him. Both fighters were undefeated coming into the widely criticised contest, in which Mayweather had a 4kg (9lb) weight advantage. And after beating Nasukawa, Mayweather insisted: "I'm still undefeated; Tenshin is still undefeated. Tenshin is a true champion and a hell of a fighter." Addressing the Japanese fighter, he added: "Hold your head up high. "I want the fans around the world to support Tenshin, he's a great guy and a great champion." The rules were very strictly defined with kickboxer Nasukawa reportedly facing a $5m fine if he aimed a kick at his older opponent.