Published: Fri, November 22, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Floyd Mayweather teases he’s coming out of retirement in 2020

Floyd Mayweather teases he’s coming out of retirement in 2020

A rematch with Saul "Canelo" Alvarez or Manny Pacquiao, perhaps.

"You have got to know when to hang it up", he said.

Mayweather is likely talking about the rash of boxers who have died just in 2019 alone to ring related injuries, with Patrick Day being one of the latest last month. His matches against Pacquiao and McGregor each surpassed 4 million pay-per-view buys.

Mayweather also has a habit of making announcements during big fights weeks.

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Mayweather, 44, last fought on an exhibition match against Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa for Rizin 14, a Japan-based mixed martial arts promotion.

"This was my last fight", Mayweather said afterward. "I make great money doing exhibitions - between 10 and 30 million dollars", he told Reuters. "I make great money doing exhibitions - between $10m and $30m".

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Mayweather also said he would continue in boxing as a promoter.

"Eventually I will move on to build my brand in MMA but for right now I'm in boxing, and boxing will always be at the top as long as I'm involved", was all Mayweather said Saturday.

The former pound-for-pound king was recently courtside at an National Basketball Association game with UFC President Dana White, and claimed that something big was coming in 2020.

Floyd Mayweather has said he is coming out of retirement in 2020, working with UFC president Dana White "to bring the world another spectacular event".

White reposted Mayweather's IG message on Twitter late Thursday.

As of Thursday night?

The undefeated 50-0 boxing champion officially retired in August 2017 following his victory over Conor McGregor.

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