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Watch Floyd Mayweather, 45, in training while ‘plotting on ways to make 9 figures’ amid Conor McGregor rematch rumours

FLOYD MAYWEATHER has been “plotting on ways to make nine figures” amid rumours of a rematch with Conor McGregor.

The American legend last boxed in May, dominating former sparring partner Don Moore over eight exhibition rounds.

Floyd Mayweather training before his last comeback fight

His coach Gerald Tucker has released footage taken just days before the bout, which was staged in Abu Dhabi.

And he claimed it was all part of Mayweather’s masterplan to add at least another $100million to his net worth.

Tucker posted: “Me and @floydmayweather cool, calm, and collected.

“Always one step ahead of the game.. he was preparing to make 8 figures in Dubai, while plotting on ways to make 9 figures a few months later.. money magnet.”

Mayweather, 45, has had three exhibitions since officially retiring from professional boxing.

The first was against featherweight kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa, 23, in 2018 before a return against YouTuber Logan Paul, 27, in June 2021.

Mayweather was due to box Moore in Dubai until the death of 73-year-old UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al-Nahyan.

It delayed the fight by a week, later taking place in Abu Dhabi.

The unbeaten Hall of Famer has since announced he will return in September back in Japan, against MMA star Mikuru Asakura, 29.

But FightHype, a media company Mayweather famously favours, reported a rematch with McGregor, 33, was in the negotiation stage.

Mayweather won the initial money fight in 2017 in ten rounds before hanging up his gloves afterwards.

McGregor, like was the case five years ago, would need special permission from the UFC or wait for his contract to run down.

The Irishman, who has two bouts left on his current deal, cryptically responded to the rematch reports with a post from their first fight.

He wrote: “I accept.” Which was accompanied with a picture of himself landing a body shot on Mayweather.

Conor McGregor was beaten by Floyd Mayweather in 2017