Aaron Chalmers calls out Jake Paul, Tommy Fury and KSI ahead of Geordie Shore star's shock fight with Floyd Mayweather | The Sun

AARON CHALMERS has called out Jake Paul, Tommy Fury and KSI ahead of his shock exhibition fight with Floyd Mayweather.

The Geordie Shore star was announced as the latest crossover boxing opponent for Mayweather to face in spectacle bout.


Chalmers, 35, welcomes the American legend to a British ring for the first time ever on February 25 at the O2 Arena.

And he is hoping to line up the biggest names from the celebrity-turned boxing scene after sharing the ring with boxing royalty.

Chalmers tweeted: "The king is back @KSI @tommytntfury @jakepaul. Let’s fight this year once I [email protected]"

The reality TV favourite in 2017 turned to professional MMA and went on to amass a 5-2 record, even signing for American promotion Bellator.

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But last year he made a switch to boxing and beat Alexander Zeledon, 32, on points over four rounds.

Meanwhile Mayweather, 45, officially retired in 2017 after beating ex-UFC champion Conor McGregor, 34.

But he has returned for five exhibitions since against stars of the MMA, social media and boxing world.

His most recent came in November against YouTuber Deji, 26, which he won in six rounds.

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Mayweather initially revealed Muay Thai veteran Liam Harrison, 37, as his return opponent for his UK debut.

But Harrison was forced to deny ever signing to fight and pulled out amid a knee injury.

So Chalmers, who approached a member of Mayweather's team personally, threw his name into the hat.

And his celeb background mixed in with a degree of fighting experience was enough to convince The Money Team into offering him a deal.


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