The legendary retired boxer Floyd Mayweather might return to professional boxing. Mayweather’s trainer Gerald Tucker has said that he is optimistic about the possibilities and has stated that it can happen very soon. In a recent interview, Tucker was quoted saying, “Mayweather is in good shape, and he might fulfil the wishes of his millions of fans by stepping into the ring once again”.
When an interviewer asked Tucker about the probability of Mayweather fighting Errol Spence Jr. in his professional comeback, Tucker had a confident perception and said, “I am an optimistic man. I am super positive, and I can see it happening. I could say it’s a possibility. Tucker thinks Floyd Mayweather can risk his record to fight one more professional match against the current world champion. The trainer also expressed his confidence that Mayweather will carry on his fans’ expectations and won’t disappoint anyone.
Floyd retired in 2017 after facing the UFC legend Conor McGregor in his last bout. After that, he stepped in the ring only for exhibition matches, entertaining the boxing fraternity. Mayweather was in talks for his next bout against the YouTuber, Money Kicks. In December, it was announced that the fight would take place in UAE in May. However, there is no confirmation on Mayweather’s return to professional boxing.
Floyd Mayweather will take on Don Moore in an exhibition fight on May 14 on a helipad in Dubai. The retired legend had been due to face YouTube star Money Kicks in February, but the talks broke down weeks before the two men were due to enter the ring.