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Floyd Mayweather’s coach ‘very optimistic’ the fight legend will make a stunning return to professional boxing and put his flawless 50-0 record on the line

Floyd Mayweather’s coach is still ‘very optimistic’ the boxing legend will return to professional boxing and put his perfect 50-0 record on the line.

The 44-year-old had hinted his eight-round ‘special exhibition’ with Youtuber Logan Paul in June last year might be his final appearance after the mundane contest ended in boos.

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He said: ‘I think he’s going to fight a couple of times every year.

‘It’s great money and there’s people like me, huge fans of Floyd’s style that want to see him in the ring just displaying his skills, that are unmatched in the history of the sport.

Mayweather’s trainer Gerald Tucker (R) believes ‘Money’ has more left to give than exhibitions

‘I think he’ll do that just for people like me. But, I’m also optimistic we may see Floyd fight one day.
‘I’m not giving up any secrets or anything, I’m just hopeful, I feel it.

‘Nothing from anything he’s said, just from the way he looks in the gym and how easy it is for him to beat people up in sparring.

The 44-year-old’s last appearance in the ring was for a ‘special exhibition’ with Youtuber Logan

‘And I mean guys who could become a world champion in the next year or two.
‘So yeah, I’m very optimistic we’ll see him in the ring one more time and put his unbeaten, flawless record on the line.’

Mayweather destroyed Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in an exhibition in 2018, but kept his distance from a heavier and taller Logan Paul.

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