Mayweather Relentless In His Push Of Vegas Strip Club

Floyd Mayweather relentless in his push of his new business following retiring from the sport of boxing earlier this year.

Floyd Mayweather isn’t exactly short of things to do. Now that he’s not an active boxer anymore.

After retiring from the sport 50-0 following a boxing match against Conor McGregor last August, Mayweather is understood to be involved in a number of investments and businesses, ranging from cryptocurrency to a plan to open up a worldwide chain of his boxing gyms.

As things stand though, the only boxing gym that currently Mayweather owns and uses  at least (to the best of this writer’s knowledge) is the famous Mayweather Boxing Club located in Las Vegas.

Mayweather has also mentioned he’d like to get involved in training fighters one day and is still closely tied to the sport via his promotional company Mayweather Promotions – that has a number of well known fighters on its books in the States and internationally.

But it’s the strip club business that Mayweather has been relentlessly pushing as of late on his social media profiles.

This weekend and last night alone the following just on Instagram:

Some talk in recent times suggested that Mayweather might yet have one final fight in the boxing ring before walking away for good.

But it’s hard to see this happening in all honesty. Besides, who would he fight, and why?

It’s not like he needs the money and even he would have to admit that he’s nowhere near the fighter he once was, as shown in the McGregor exhibition bout.

As far as boxing goes, Mayweather the promoter and possibly in the future, the trainer, looks like will be it for the former pound for pound number one from here on out in he sweet science.

During his career Floyd Mayweather won a total of 15 world titles in five different weight classes.