FLOYD MAYWEATHER stated that he did not take any days off before his fight against Don Moore.
In an extraordinary exhibition at the Dubai hotel HELIPAD, the boxing legend will be back in action on Saturday.
Floyd Mayweather claimed that he did not take any days off before his comeback
Mayweather hasn't boxed professionally since 2017, but he has been in two similar bouts since his official retirement.
The unbeaten 50-0 American isn't afraid of ring rust. He has continued to work hard even at 45.
Mayweather stated that it was "business as usual." It's always good to be in the ring with familiar faces and in the boxing gym.
"I have spent so much time in the gym that I feel at ease getting back into it.
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"Training for any fight and even this exhibition is something that I am always going do.
"No one has ever seen me take a day off in my career." "Why would I want to start now?"
Gerald Tucker, Mayweather's padman and coach, gave an insight into their training before their second fight.
Mayweather was also captured showing off his legendary hand speed and defensive skills.
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After beating Conor McGregor (33) in the UFC, Mayweather decided to quit traditional boxing.
However, he has remained in the ring despite exhibitions against Tenshin Nasukawa (23), and Logan Paul (27)
His most memorable boxing appearance, which begins at 700 feet above sea level against his ex-sparring partner Moore might be his latest.
Mayweather stated that he loves displaying his talents to the world and finding something new to interest him.
"Boxing is entertainment. That's why I am passionate about it."
"I worked hard to achieve more than anyone in my career. Now I want to enjoy the fruits and give fans something to look forward to.
"I swear you've never seen boxing like this. I will continue breaking barriers on May 14.
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This is a once in a lifetime event, and I'm a fighter of a lifetime.
"There is no one in the sport that could headline an event like this. I will give the fans what they pay for."
Floyd Mayweather before his exhibition bout