The exhibition fight which was supposed to pit Mayweather against his former sparring partner Don Moore on Saturday on the Burj Al Arab hotel helipad will no longer go down following the death of United Arab Emirates President, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Government officials, according to WAM, the official UAE news agency, have suspended "work in ministries, departments, federal and local institutions, and the private sector" for the next three days due to the Sheikh Khalifa's passing and, according to our sources, that means the Floyd fight cannot happen this weekend. though, the two boxers could attempt to reschedule the match for sometime next week. Floyd has yet to comment on the fight's cancelation though he did mourn Sheikh Khalifa's death in an Instagram post early Friday morning. Sending my condolences to the entire UAE," he said. "RIP Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed." Mayweather and Moore have both been in Dubai the past few days promoting the fight with Moore saying he was legitimately gunning to beat the 50-0 boxing legend.