Floyd Mayweather looks sharp in Las Vegas gym as boxing legend prepares for MMA debut

The 41-year-old former pound-for-pound king was working out and looking as sharp as ever – despite not fighting since his win over Conor McGregor last August.

Mayweather recently confirmed he had started MMA training and will fight at the end of the year at featherweight – the same weight at which McGregor won his first title.

'Money' said he will be using UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley to train him with his striking.

Mayweather will also have further trainers for the Jujitsu, wrestling and the kicking aspect of the game.

He said he is embarking on a six to eight-month training camp to get him prepared for his Mixed Martial Arts bow.

Money recently revealed his plan to come out of retirement for a mega-money UFC fight against 29-year-old McGregor.

The 50-0 former boxer hung up his gloves last summer after destroying the Irishman in Las Vegas.

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But there has been talk of a rematch, this time taking place in the octagon and under MMA rules.

Mayweather had so far remained quiet on speculation after focusing on the promotional side of boxing, but his gym appearance will certainly get people talking.

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