Floyd Mayweather Has No Intentions Of Entering The Ring Again

Floyd Mayweather has affirmed that he is not looking to either come out of retirement nor will he participate in an exhibition match-up.

The former five-division champion announced his retirement back in 2017 when he knocked out Conor McGregor. He then took on Logan Paul in June in an exhibition bout that resulted in a no-contest after eight rounds.

Being one of the biggest names in the industry, he often gets called out by former colleagues and even the current champions, but he is only focusing on his promotion for now.

“I won’t go back to boxing, no I won’t. Boxing was very good to me because I could make smart investments on the outside, but now I want to help others to become champions like Gervonta Davis,” the 44-year-old explained.

“Terence Crawford, Errol Spence, [David] Benavidez, the list goes on… there are many very tough fighters out there, great young champions that I am proud of.”

Mayweather clarified that he doesn’t miss being a pro boxer. The only reason, he insists, he took on Logan was to have fun.

“We gave people a bit of fun and people have to know that there is a difference between a real fight and an exhibition. With an exhibition I was only training from time to time… if it was a real fight there would have been blood from the beginning.”

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