Subsequent to the double victory which he had recently over Argentinian hardman Marcos Maidana, King Floyd Mayweather Jr has disclosed that he is considering stepping away from the sport.
The 37 year-old, who enhanced his astounding record to 47-0 with two choice triumphs in Las Vegas in the not so distant future, has right away been joined to battles with Amir Khan and Manny Pacquiao, with father Floyd Sr. actually set so far as to say he needs both conflicts to happen next.
Mayweather didn’t respond well to his father’s remarks in a late question with Fighthype.com yet tossed a spanner in the works when expressing that his occupation hangs to be determined with two battles still to run on his Showtime bond.
“I could care less what Amir Khan say, much the same as I could care less what anyone says. I’m going to be mine and do what I want to do, when I want to do and how I want to, “Mayweather told Ben Thompson.
“I don’t know who I’m battling next. I don’t even know in case I’m battling once more. Like I told, a considerable measure of diverse insane considerations experiences my mind consistently. Now and then I need to battle, once in a while I would prefer not to battle.
A date of May 2, 2015 is as of now situated aside for “Cash” to endeavor to close inside one of Rocky Marciano’s 49-0 record, albeit suitable adversaries for Mayweather are at present few and far between.
Besides Khan and Pacquiao, there is only really Danny Garcia, Kell Brook or Keith Thurman at 147lbs that could hold a pay-per-view show with Mayweather – who could turn towards a shot at 160lb champion Miguel Cotto whom he defeated back in 2012.