He might be retired but Floyd Mayweather has been quite vocal on what he thinks of Amir Khan recently (as has Khan on Mayweather), and what he thinks he should do in his fight career next. ________________________________________________________________________________ Recently at the WBC welterweight title fight between Danny Garcia and Robert Guerrero, Floyd Mayweather and Amir Khan were pictured ringside engaging in…
Mayweather Tells UK Fans What His Sweetest Victory Was
Floyd Mayweather was on tour in the UK this week at a number of public appearance events.
Floyd Mayweather (49-0-26KO) is currently retired from the sport of boxing since his last fight against Andre Berto in September 2015, where he won a comfortable unanimous decision victory on points at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
All indications are that he is very content in retirement and will be not making a return to the ring anytime soon, with him this week in the UK saying he is categorically ruling out a return to boxing as an active fighter, and is rather focused on his promotional business within the sport – Mayweather Promotions.
Responding to one of his fan’s questions at a public appearance this week, Mayweather was asked who the sweetest victory of his career was out of all 49 professional foes, to which he said:
“Most likely the Pacquiao fight, you know because it was record breaking, over $77 million that we did at the gate, and of course I made $300 million out of it, so I would say the Pacquiao fight.”
It remains to be seen if Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather will stay in a state of permanent retirement in the coming year or two ahead, with the lure of going for the elusive 50-0 record at some point likely to draw substantial monetary offers from various parties.