Floyd Mayweather confirmed His Retirement is Over, will be out in 2020

At 50-0, Floyd Mayweather Jr. has not been in a competitive boxing match since his August 2017 bout against Conor McGregor. His TKO victory that night allowed him to surpass Rocky Marciano’s 49-0 mark, and Mayweather walked away aside from a few exhibitions since then. 

Floyd Mayweather’s undefeated record is going to be on the line. 

That’s going to change next year. On Thursday evening, Floyd Mayweather, 42, posted an Instagram wearing boxing shorts and his hands taped up, saying “Coming out of retirement in 2020.”

Boxing and mixed martial arts (MMA) collaborations are all the rage right now, and neither Dana White nor Floyd Mayweather intends to be left behind. Mayweather officially retired following his August 2017 victory over Conor McGregor, but the boxing legend also competed in an exhibition match against Tenshin Nasukawa at Rizin 14 on New Year’s Eve 2018.

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Earlier in the night, he and UFC president Dana White were photographed together at a Boston Celtics game. In that photo’s caption, Floyd Mayweather teased a partnership with White, writing that the two were “working together again to bring the world another spectacular event in 2020.” 

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As for who Floyd Mayweather will fight upon his return to the ring, that remains to be seen.

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UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov, who defeated McGregor at UFC 229, challenged Floyd Mayweather to a boxing match last year. A potential rematch against former adversary Manny Pacquiao has been teased, too. 

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