Floyd Mayweather is enjoying the high life at the moment after celebrating his 42nd birthday recently.

And rightly so in fairness.

Professional fighting is up there for one of the hardest ways to make a living on Earth.

Floyd Mayweather did so over the span of more than 20 years and is understandably enjoying the hard earned fruits of his labor.

That said, talks of him going into possible rematches with Conor McGregor, Manny Pacquiao and lately even Canelo Alvarez continue to crop up.

As the boxing rumor mill likes to do.

Canelo’s promoter Oscar De La Hoya thinks a rematch with Alvarez generates more than a whopping $1.5 million dollars if Mayweather were take it.

Speaking to TMZ however, Mayweather simply laughed when asked about rematches against McGregor, Pacquiao or Canelo:

“Man everybody wants a rematch with me! Man — don’t worry about that!”

He added:

“Yeah, yeah, yeah everybody says stuff (on De La Hoya’s claim about a Canelo rematch worth). Hold on, did you see his fights (Canelo)? (Laughs). Man, I’m not worried about all that my man. Floyd (me) is undefeated. Nobody can beat me. You already know that man!”

Same old Money May. As confident as ever, really.

The reality is Floyd is now 42 years of age and sure, a rematch with Pacquiao or McGregor are fights he can still win and make a lot of money from.

But, to step in there with a prime Canelo Alvarez at this stage now since their first fight years ago would represent some tangible risk.

History tells us Floyd doesn’t like risk.

Expect him to fight again.

Against someone.

But with the same way he’s done so in recent years by just surprising everyone with an announcement of a fight less than two months before it actually happens.

That’s how he tends to roll these days it would seem.

Until now, nobody knows except good old Floyd.