38-year-old Floyd Mayweather finished his 49-0 record after beating boxer Andre Berto in Las Vegas in his final fight in September. He announced his retirement after the fight as both his welterweight and super welterweight titles were vacated in November. But he quite haven’t shut down the idea that he could make a possible comeback out of retirement. Rumors say that he could plan his idea on a comeback by facing the winner of Amir Khan Vs. Manny Pacquiao.
It’s clear that Maywather doesn’t need to pickup the gloves for the rest of his life, as he tells TalkSport.com that his focus is on helping the younger boxers pave theIR way into boxing: “As of right now I’m not focused on me, I’m focused on the young fighters under the Mayweather Promotions banner, and trying to help those young fighters to be pay-per-view stars.
He also explained how he is not focusing on his return to the ring, as he is set to get paid seven figures for the rest of his life:
“I’m not thinking about who I could fight or who I could come out of retirement for, I just want to get back into the sport in a different way.
“I will make seven figures a month for the rest of my life. I’ve made some very smart investments and I’m living very comfortably, my children are going to school and will be going to college soon, and that’s what is most important to me right now.
“I’m just blessed way beyond belief.”
Mayweather obsession with money is something he is known for as he has no shame on bragging about his millions, so if you can bet if the payday is looking right he will put the gloves on one more time.