- Floyd Mayweather has announced his readiness to come out of retirement in 2020
- The American has been challenged for fights by many boxers since he retired two years ago
- The 42-year-old took to his social media page to announce his latest decision
American boxing legend Floyd Mayweather has announced a sensational return to the ring two years after retiring claiming that he will come out of retirement in 2020.
After his announcement, UFC president Dana White then took to Twitter to share the news hinting at a possible switch to Ultimate Fighting Championship.
Recently, Floyd Mayweather made it clear that he is done with boxing claiming that he is earning more money in exhibition bouts than professional fight.
There are also speculation that Floyd Mayweather will be moving into mixed martial arts although he explained that boxing will be his top priority.
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Mayweather worked with Dane White for his fight with Conor McGregor in 2017 which the boxer won by 10th-round stoppage.
The 42-year-old said that when he boxed McGregor, it gave mixed martial arts a huge boost.
"I'll still travel and do exhibitions. I make great money doing exhibitions; between $10 and $30 million.
"I think I make more doing that than most fighters make fighting,'' Floyd Mayweather explained to Reuters before his latest decision.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Floyd Mayweather posted awesome photo of himself on social media posing with huge sum of money as he blasted his critics.
Mayweather is a man whose love for flashy things knows no bound as he has many expensive cars, mansions, private jet and lots more.
There is hardly anything money can't buy that Floyd Mayweather doesn't have thanks to the game of boxing.
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