Floyd Mayweather continues to defy the notion that age is a limiting factor, as he remains a formidable force in the world of boxing even at the age of 46.
Despite having retired from professional boxing in 2017 with an awe-inspiring record of 50 wins and zero losses, Mayweather's continued vitality and strength serve as a testament to his enduring legacy.
Floyd Mayweather proved he hasn't slowed down despite his advanced age
Mayweather avoided punches without even looking while training
Since his fight with Logan Paul in 2021, Mayweather has been actively participating in exhibition bouts across the globe. His upcoming match on June 11 at the LA Live Arena in Sunrise, Florida will mark his return to the US ring.
This time, Mayweather's opponent is none other than John Gotti III, the grandson of the notorious mafia leader John Gotti. Despite Gotti's impressive lineage, he faces a daunting task against Mayweather, who has shown no signs of slowing down even after retiring from professional boxing.
Gotti will need to bring his best to the ring if he hopes to stand a chance against Mayweather's unwavering strength and skill.
Floyd Mayweather effortlessly showing that he's still a master of his craft in his mid-40s…— Michael Benson (@MichaelBensonn) April 26, 2023
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