Despite boxing exhibition, Floyd Mayweather firm on retirement


By Ponciano Melo – Floyd Mayweather once again displayed his amazing showmanship in the sports of boxing. An easy money for an easy fight.

Millions of dollars came flowing right into his account as he made an eight-round exhibition boxing against YouTube personality Logan Paul. The fight went to distance and there was no winner.

Fans and star personalities in attendance were hoping for a more action fight but they received a little power punches and thrill.

Although, many commended the toughness of Paul against the fading power of the 44-year old Mayweather.

Now, the questions after the fight was obvious: will Floyd come back and fight professional once again?

The answer was clear from the legendary boxer.

“I’m never coming back to boxing. I’m absolutely not,” he said during the post press conference.

He only had praise for his opponent and nothing more.

“I had fun. You’ve got to realize I’m not 21 anymore. He was strong, tough and better than I thought he was. I was surprised by him tonight. Good work. Good little guy,” he added.

He also insisted that he already made his mark in boxing and he has enough wealth.

“When the money comes, we’ll see who is the real winner.”

“At the end of the day, I’m going into the Hall of Fame for boxing. I have nothing to prove.”