The retired unbeaten boxer, Floyd Mayweather will likely come back into the ring in February 2021 as he had a war of words with retired boxing legend, Paul Logan.
The 25-year-old internet sensation was quoted to have said he would beat the unbeaten retired boxer in a fight.
Mayweather last took to the rings professionally in 2017 during his 10th round triumph over McGregor via TKO and he announced his retirement afterwards.
He staged a return in December 2018 during an exhibition fight that saw him beat undefeated kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in Saitama, Japan.
However, the former boxer has announced he will treat his fans to some excitement through his exhibition comeback in Tokyo in February 2021. Mayweather said on Twitter.
See his words on Twitter:
Replying, the Paul Logan said:
“If I caught Floyd in a real fight? I’d whup him. MMA? I’d whup him. The only place Floyd is safe is the boxing ring. I would fight Floyd any time, any place. If I caught Floyd with one punch, I would snap him in half.”