- Floyd Mayweather has announced he will be returning to compete in boxing again
- The undefeated boxer said he will fight in a series of exhibitions overseas
- Mayweather has a clean record in his career with a remarkable 50 wins in 50 fights
Floyd Mayweather has finally put to bed about returning into the square circle as he announced he would be involved in exhibition fights.
The 43-year-old retired from boxing in 2017 after defeating Conor McGregor then returned to face Japanese kick-boxer Tenshin Nasukawa a year later in an exhibition bout.
Now the Money Man took to his social media handle to reveal that he is planning a series of exhibitions in the overseas.
"I got a couple of exhibitions I'm doing.
"I got a couple of exhibitions, I’m doing little exhibitions overseas - it's paying though," Mayweather said on his Instagram account.
Mayweather earned huge amounts in his comeback fights with McGregor and Nasukawa, so his potential fights coming up would fetch him more money into his bank account.
The Pretty Boy has also been linked with a fight with UFC's lightweight champion Khabib Nurmangomendov but it did not materialize.
A rematch with old foe Manny Pacquiao was also on the cards but the 43-year-old and the Phillipino could not reach an agreement either way.
Mayweather has now taken to training upcoming boxers as he released a video clip of putting one of his sons through the pads.
The undisputed five-division weight champion recently called out Mcgregor after the UFC star announced his retirement, his third in four years.
"If I'm not mistaken, didn’t you tell Mike Tyson you could beat me if we fought a second time?”
"Now you’re quitting! I thought you wanted to beat the best?
"Well, if you decide to come back, I will be waiting to punish you again," Mirror quoting Mayweather.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Floyd Mayweather has selected his five greatest boxers of all time and Mike Tyson's name is missing from the list.
The Money Man who regards himself as the greatest of all time won all his 50 fights before retiring in 2017.
The 43-year-old made an appearance in ESPN and was asked to pick the best fighter the sport has ever seen.
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