Floyd Mayweather drops return plans: ‘I’m not thinking of fighting now’
Floyd Mayweather has decided to put plans to fight in MMA on hold indefinitely as the 41-year-old enjoys the fruits of his labor.
Recently named the top-earning sportsman on the planet with a whopping $285m in 2017, Mayweather has plenty to keep him occupied moving forward.
Retiring from boxing last August, Mayweather had initially decided on a run in the UFC and was due to be trained by MMA star Tyron Woodley.
‘Money’ defeated Conor McGregor under Queensberry Rules and was linked to offering the Irishman a UFC rematch.
Mayweather has now hit the pause button on his career inside the octagon and won’t be returning anytime soon – it seems.
“I’m not thinking about fighting right now,” Floyd told TMZ in the video.