Jizzy Mac, one of Floyd Mayweather’s bodyguards, was part of this Saturday’s Super Rise event. But unlike his boss, the night ended with his face on the carpet.
40-year-old Jeezy (real name Ray Sadeghi) faces K-1 kickboxing veteran Kouzi (31-16-2) in a three-round exhibition bout. In the MMA fight, the 144-pound Japanese fighter was on a 42-pound injury.
As you can see in the videos below, Sadeghi looks like he’s in his first week of boxing class. He was like a fish out of water, with his back turned to his opponent, his lead hand outstretched and his jaw open for a shot.
Sadeghi landed a right hand early in the third. After a few sloppy battles, Cuzzy landed a left hook and Sadeghi fell to his stomach on the canvas. The referee had seen enough and stopped the fight at 2:10 of the third round.
Jeezy had pushed Mayweather’s rival Mikuru Asakura a few weeks prior to this event, leading to the fight being booked.
Here are some highlights from the said season.