FLOYD MAYWEATHER was snapped riding through Miami on a custom ‘The Best Ever’ bike after his romantic birthday break.
The boxing legend celebrated his 44th in style, with a series of parties in Florida.
But afterwards, Mayweather enjoyed a Caribbean getaway with his partner, British stripper Anna Monroe.
Monroe even uploaded a rare picture of the two together, appearing to confirm their relationship, as she wished him a happy birthday.
She captioned the post: “Happiest birthday to you, my love. More life, more blessings, and more LOVE. Beyond grateful for you.”
Monroe worked at Mayweather’s ‘Girl Collection’ strip club, where they are believed to have met.
She was not pictured with Mayweather recently in Miami, as he rode around with his entourage on bikes.
Despite the retired boxer’s partying, holidaying and socialising, he is set to return to the ring.
Mayweather was due to face Logan Paul in an exhibition bout on February 20, but it has since been postponed to allow fans to attend.
Still, the American all-time great admitted before his birthday bash that he has not yet started training.
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Mayweather officially retired in 2017, after sealing a perfect 50-0 record having beaten UFC star Conor McGregor in ten rounds.
He did return a year later, wiping out featherweight kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in round one of their exhibition.
But he will make a comeback for a similar spectacle against YouTube sensation Paul.
American vlogger Paul, 25, has boxed only twice before, both against online rival KSI.
The first time they drew in a white collar bout in England before turning pro for their rematch in November 2019.
KSI, 27, ended up winning by split-decision after a two point deduction cost Paul the result.
Paul’s brother Jake has also transitioned from social media phenomenon to fighter, with two KOs in as many fights since turning over in 2020.
Jake, 24, faces ex-UFC welterweight Ben Askren, 36, on April 17, but was called out by Mayweather for a fight afterwards if he wins.