BOXING legend Floyd Mayweather has started his training camp for his exhibition bout against Logan Paul on June 6.
The 44-year-old – who won 15 world titles across five weight classes – will face his American compatriot in a six-round contest next month.
Floyd Mayweather is back in training for his exhibition bout against Logan PaulCredit: Instagram @floydmayweather
Mayweather faces his American compatriot Paul at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami next monthCredit: Instagram @floydmayweather
The duo were scheduled to square off inside the ring in February, only for the dust-up to be postponed to allow fans to attend.
Mayweather’s fight against YouTuber Paul will take place at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, with Money predicting he could earn up to £72million from the event.
UK boxing fans may have to fork out a whopping £35.99 for the bout in what will be Mayweather’s first outing since his exhibition win against Tenshin Nasukawa in December 2018.
And the 1996 Olympic bronze medallist is back in training after he posted snaps of himself preparing for his upcoming fight to his 25.3 million Instagram followers.
Commenting on the post, one fan messaged: “You gonna put Logan in a body bag.”
Another said: “Give us a masterpiece fight night.”
A third added: “Put him on his face, Floyd.”
Meanwhile one warned: “If you lose, I simply quit watching sports.”
Mayweather has shown off his diamond-encrusted jewellery to his Instagram followersCredit: Instagram @floydmayweather
Boxing legend Mayweather regularly shows off his lavish lifestyle on social mediaCredit: Instagram @floydmayweather
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Mayweather then uploaded more snaps of himself, only this time he was showing off his diamond-encrusted jewellery around his neck and on his wrists.
Once again his supporters were quick to comment, as one quipped: “Ok Champ. Got like 25 mil on.”
Another simply stated: “You always like it big.”
Paul has backed himself to pull off one of the biggest shocks in boxing history after insisting he has a 10/10 chance of knocking out Mayweather.