One of boxing’s biggest star has announced his return to action as Floyd Mayweather declared a comeback from retirement which he plans to do next year.
Yesterday, in his Instagram account, the undefeated boxer posted a photo of him and UFC President Dana White with the caption:
@danawhite and I working together again to bring the world another spectacular event in 2020.
That specific post was followed up by another one which Mayweather formally announced his intention to rule pay-per-view once again in the coming year when we wrote:
Many suspected that boxing’s former pound-for-pound king is going to see some action inside UFC’s Octagon where he can potentially meet Irish superstar Conor McGregor in a rematch for their August 2017 boxing match which obviously dominated by the American.
Others also think that he might schedule a cross-over super showdown mixed martial arts match with UFC Lightweight title-holder Khabib Nurmagomedov. Although there were no more further details disclosed in his return, combat sports fans are on their heels waiting for updates.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. last fought in an exhibition match at New Year’s Eve of 2018 in Japan where he demolished Japanese star Tenshin Nasukawa to earn a rumored $9 million dollars in under 3 minutes of action.