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Floyd Mayweather reveals the huge sum of money for which he would return to professional boxing

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The multi-champion in 5 categories officially retired in 2017 with a record of 50 wins, 27 of them by KO, and 0 losses. Since then, he has participated in three exhibition fights, the last one in May.

Floyd Mayweather has not closed the possibility of returning to professional boxing and revealed the sum of money for which he would be willing to put his unbeaten record of 50 wins at stake, 27 of them by KO.

“It is better that they know that at least, and this is what lower, I’m talking 200 million [dollars],” the boxing legend said in a phone interview with Fight Hype this week.

Mayweather, 45, spoke of his popularity and assured that, despite his retirement, he is still “the most talked about in boxing” and that continues to obtain economic benefit from it. He also stated that he has three exhibitions planned for the rest of the year.

Also known as Money, first announced that he would leave the ring in 2015, once faced Andre Berto in September of that year. However, he got back on a string as a professional in 2017 to face former UFC champion Conor McGregor, whom he defeated by TKO in the tenth round, officially ending his brilliant career.

Although the multi-champion in 5 categories has focused his attention on other businesses outside of boxing, he has participated in three exhibition fights since his retirement, which have earned him millions of dollars in profits. In 2018, he faced Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa, which he defeated by TKO in the first round. In 2021, he put on the gloves again to face the famous ‘youtuber’ Logan Paul in a contest that ended in a no-contest. His most recent demonstration was last May against Don Moore at eight rounds, in which he was superior and dominated without a problem.

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