Floyd Mayweather looks in impressive shape aged 44 as legend prepares to put unbeaten record on line against Logan PaulMay 24, 2021
FLOYD MAYWEATHER looked in impressive shape as he prepares to put his unbeaten record on the line against Logan Paul.
Mayweather faces the YouTuber in an exhibition bout on June 6 in Miami.
Paul is by someway the boxing legend's most unqualified challenger of all time, having only had TWO previous bouts.
But ever the professional, Mayweather has left no stone unturned and looks in sensational shape even at the age of 44 and two years retired.
A video uploaded online showed the American great hitting a heavy bag in his Las Vegas gym, looking light on his feet.
Mayweather has admitted he has no game plan coming into the exhibition, instead claiming he will close the show whenever he chooses.
But Paul on the other hand has only one thing on his mind – shocking the world by knocking out his iconic opponent.
He said on Showtime: "I think I’m going to go in there and decapitate him in the first round.
"If it doesn’t happen, we’ll go for the second and then the third, and the fourth.
"Who knows it could go the distance, but it’s going to be a f***ing show regardless.”
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Mayweather, 44, officially hung up the gloves in 2017 after beating ex-UFC champion Conor McGregor, 32, in ten rounds.
He left the sport with a historic 50-0 record and regarded as one of the best to ever do it.
Paul on the other hand has boxed only against online rival KSI, the first, in 2018, was a white collar bout which ended in a draw
They then turned pro a year later with KSI, 27, winning by scrappy split-decision.
It means Paul, 26, takes a losing record into his pay-per-view spectacle, but is armed with a height and reach advantage.
As a result, he refuses to lose belief he can somehow do what no other has accomplished and put a dent in Mayweather's record.
Paul said: “Anything can happen. Mentally, I prepare for the best and I prepare for the worst.
"For those people telling me that it’s impossible, you’d be lying if you said there wasn’t a chance that I could beat him."
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