Floyd Mayweather sparks boxing return rumours as he trains in gym with brutal workout showing sensational skills at 43 – The Sun

FLOYD MAYWEATHER is staying in shape during coronavirus lockdown doing some brutal gym workouts.

And the latest offering will tease fight fans that he could be planning a glorious return to boxing in the near future.

The Money retired after making it 50 straight wins when he beat Conor McGregor back in 2017 – and earning over £200million in the process.

But rumours of a return to the sport that made him king have never gone away – and Mayweather has even teased a possible switch to UFC.

The 43-year-old uploaded a clip on Instagram of him working out during the coronavirus pandemic.

He startes with some floor exercises including press-ups before performing an insane skipping workout.

The American picks up some serious speed with the ropes showing he is a supple as when he was dominating boxing.

Mayweather then does a bit of shadow boxing before getting on the machines.

His fans on Twitter were impressed with his "hard work and dedication" with one describing him as the "master of sweet science".

Mayweather had fuelled talks he would rematch McGregor and face UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov – claiming he wanted to fight them both in the same day.


The five-division champion admitted if he was offered $600million (£504m) to fight both the MMA stars he would "absolutely" lace up the gloves again.

He said on a meet and greet in the UK: “Like I said before, ‘I’m retired but I’m not retired from getting a couple of dollars.

"If I’m able to entertain the world and have some fun, and this is easy entertainment and I can make $600million with two guys, why not?

“At the end of the day, when that bank account and when that wire comes, my kids are going to be like, ‘Dad, I’m proud of you.’

“So I talked about this earlier; self-preservation comes first. I must take care of my home first, and I believe in creating generational wealth.

“So if I can go get $600 more million invested and leave it to my children and my grandchildren and my loved ones, why not? Absolutely.”

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