Floyd Mayweather is one of the most celebrated boxers in the history of the game and is considered arguably the greatest of all time. Mayweather recently took to social media to promote his trainer ‘GT’ as he is called, and in the process showed that he has still got it as he gave boxing lessons and showcased his lightning-fast speed and pad work, in the video.
The 46-year-old Mayweather, who won twelve world titles and the lineal championship in four different weight classes, retired from professional boxing almost six years ago with an undefeated 50-0 record, including 27 knockout victories and 23 via decisions.
The former American boxer gave some boxing lessons to his fans, and the audience and also promoted his team of trainers in the video posted by the former boxer on his social media handle. Mayweather captioned the Instagram post, "I’m not here to knock no other trainers, I’m here to make everybody better."
The fans were understandably amazed by Floyd’s skills at 46, some called him the ‘GOAT’ while some were just awestruck by the connection between Mayweather’s hand and body. Check some viral reactions:
Even Andrew Tate was impressed with Mayweather’s skills as he commented under the video:
In his illustrious career, 'Money' has wins over stars like Conor Mcgregor and Ricky Hatton. He now promotes fighters under Mayweather Promotions, stepping into the ring occasionally for exhibition bouts against social media stars. Mayweather is set to return to the ring for another exhibition match against John Gotti III on June 11.