- Floyd Mayweather retired from boxing three years ago after beating Conor McGregor
- The American is now said to be preparing for another fight in Japan possibly this year
- Before he retired, Mayweather had 50 fights and did not lose any
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American boxing legend Floyd Mayweather is now on the verge of coming out of retirement as the 43-year-old is reportedly in talks over another big fight in Japan.
Mayweather is one of the most successful boxers in the world putting all his achievements into consideration before retiring from boxing.
Interestingly, Mayweather had 50 boxing fights in his professional career in which no opponent was able to defeat him.
Three years ago the man known as the 'money man' retired from boxing and there have been speculations that he would return to the ring.
His last professional fight was against Conor McGregor and the American was declared the winner after the 10th round of fighting in Las Vegas.
According to the latest report on Daily Mail, Mayweather is already planning for a big fight in Japan, but Covid-19 will definitely prevent the fight from happening.
However, Mayweather's likely opponent in his next fight was not revealed and his fans will definitely be eager to see him making a return to the ring.
Mayweather previously explained that he is making more money doing other things than entering the ring to fight an opponent.
He has also been linked with Premier League side Newcastle United with reports that Mayweather is interested in buying the side in what will be a big investment.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how boxing legend Mayweather broke his silence following the passing of his ex-girlfriend and mother of his children.
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The 43-year-old paid a glowing tribute to the late Josie Harris, who was found dead in a car at her home on Monday, March 9.
Mayweather, through some of the pictures he posted on his official Instagram page described the late Josie as his 'sweetheart' to his 23 million followers.
In one of the photos, Floyd was kissing his late girlfriend while another image showed the two alongside their two sons during their happier days.
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