Remember that fight Floyd Mayweather agreed to then said he didn’t. Well it is officially back on and we now have the rules.

Originally, Mayweather was to take on kickboxing prodigy Tenshin Nasukawa in a bout on PPV. However, after the announcement at a press conference, and Mayweather flying back to the States, the pro boxer said he never agreed to that fight. He had been under the impression it was an exhibition in front of a few people paying top dollars.

Now everything is ironed out. The match will take place on PPV as planned but it will not count within each fighter’s record.

Mayweather and Nasukawa attended a media day Thursday in Las Vegas to promote the bout.

At that time the rules were announced for the bout at Rizin 14 on New Year’s Eve in Japan. Along with the outcome not counting, there will be no judges even though it will be a full contact competition. There will be three rounds that will last three minutes each under straight boxing rules. Both competitors will wear Rizin eight-ounce gloves and will fight in a 147 lbs. weight limit.

"I love competing against fighters from all walks of life ..." Mayweather said Thursday. "It's all about entertainment. Nine minutes of entertainment. It's going to be amazing.

"I'm in the entertainment business. That's what I go out there to do. I love to do this. I'm working out to put on a show for three rounds."