- Floyd Mayweather has taken active part in charity campaign in the USA
- The ex-boxer coughed out $1,000 to a homeless man in a wheelchair
- Mayweather is continuing discussions over a rematch with Manny Pacquiao
Retired boxer Floyd Mayweather has taken out time of his schedule, to show his other side, by splashing out cash gifts to ordinary people on the street.
In a video clip on his Instagram account, the retired boxer, who is set to return to the ring again, handed the $1,000 to the physically challenged man, as part of a charity move, moments after leaving his striip club.
Reacting under the video, the highly-rated boxer wrote: “I'm going to go into my bag and give back,” he noted at the beginning of the clip, even as he added.
“I want every celebrity to give back. It's the give back challenge.
“It's about giving back to American citizens,” 41-year-old Mayweather submitted.
Interestingly, the physically challenged man was visibly excited with cash as he attempted reaching out for a hug, but settled for a high five from the retired boxer.
Interestingly, Mayweather is urging fellow celebrities that include comedian Kevin Hart alongside LA Lakers star, Lance Stephenson to complete the '#s4fe' challenge.
On the other hand, the boxer is continuing talks over a possible rematch with Manny Pacquiao, expected to hold in the last month of the year.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously had reported that Floyd Mayweather is ready to come out of retirement and fight Manny Pacquiao who recently called out the American.
Pacman (60-7-2), defeated Luca Matthyse in July to lift a secondary welterweight title and challenged Mayweather for a rematch following his victory.
Mayweather also known as Money, (50-0,27 KOs) earned a unanimous decision win against the 39-year-old Filipino when the two met in a hyped-up show-down.
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