'He really doesn’t stop' – Watch Floyd Mayweather, 45, in training with boxing legend set to fight MMA star and YouTuber | The Sun

FLOYD MAYWEATHER is in the gym training for a pair of upcoming boxing exhibitions.

The American legend returns to the ring in Japan on September 25 against MMA star Mikuru Asakura.


And he is also in shock talks to face YouTuber Deji – the younger brother of KSI – on November 13 in Dubai.

Despite living the high life and retired from professional competition, Mayweather is at least keeping himself in shape for the money-grab cameos.

The Hall of Fame fighter was filmed by sparring partner Denis Douglin training in his Las Vegas gym.

Douglin, 34, posted on Instagram: I'm really watching Greatness and learning soo much.. He really doesn’t stop!"

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Mayweather set to face KSI’s brother Deji in shock fight in Dubai on 13 November

Mayweather, 45, officially retired in August 2017 after beating ex-UFC champion Conor McGregor, 34, in ten Las Vegas rounds.

But he has boxed in three exhibitions since with his trip to Japan to face Asakura, 29, the latest.

It was in Tokyo in 2018 that Mayweather first returned, beating featherweight kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa, 24, in one farcical round.

Then in June 2021 he went the eight-round distance with YouTuber Logan Paul, 27, giving away TWO STONE in doing so.

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And most recently, Mayweather dominated former sparring partner Don Moore in Abu Dhabi.

It was the first fight under his Global Titans Fight Series with Deji expected to be the second opponent under his new banner.

Deji, 25, went on a run of three losses in the ring but secured his first win in August, beating online rival Fousey, 32.


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