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Watch Floyd Mayweather, 45, training in $1,000-a-night hotel at 2am as rules for boxing legend’s exhibition are revealed

, Watch Floyd Mayweather, 45, training in $1,000-a-night hotel at 2am as rules for boxing legend’s exhibition are revealed

FLOYD MAYWEATHER trained for his next exhibition fight at a $1,000-a-night hotel at 2am in the morning.

Mayweather is set to return to the ring again on September 25 in Japan against MMA star Mikuru Asakura.

Floyd Mayweather training for his next boxing exhibition

But the fight has not stopped the multimillionaire boxer from enjoying time away at plush hotels.

His trainer Gerald Tucker released a video of the pair hitting pads in the early hours of the morning at the five-star resort they were staying at.

Tucker posted: “Who else but @floydmayweather is allowed to train in the lobby of the Four Seasons Hotel in Hawaii(Maui) at 2am??.. type hotel in which rooms start at $1,000 a night… crazy..”

Mayweather, 45, has boxed in three exhibitions since retiring in 2017 after beating ex-UFC champion Conor McGregor, 34.

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They came against featherweight kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa, 23, YouTuber Logan Paul, 27, and ex-sparring partner Don Moore.

And he has even teased returning to put his historic 50-0 record on the line amid rumours of a rematch with McGregor.

But for now, the Hall of Famer goes back to Japan – where he beat Nasukawa in one round – to face Asakura.

The bout is only set for three rounds, promoted by RIZIN, and Mayweather is not in the mood to exert himself too much.

He said: “We don’t train as much when we were competing.

“When we were competing we were competing against the biggest and best in the sport of boxing.

“So now we doing a little — we may train a few days and let the body rest a few days, train a few days, rest a few days.

“We don’t really train too much. We just travel and enjoy life. As far as boxing and competing at the highest level I did it for so long.

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“When it’s time to go out there and do what I gotta do, I got that on lock.”

Floyd Mayweather is set to return against Mikuru Asakura

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