FLOYD MAYWEATHER showcased his incredible hand speed in preparation for his latest boxing comeback.
The American legend will face his former sparring partner “Dangerous” Don Moore on May 14 in Dubai.
They held a press conference in Miami to announce the eight-round exhibition bout, which will be staged on a hotel HELIPAD.
And Mayweather appears to have got to work in training for the fight right after.
His current coach Gerald Tucker released a clip of the two on pads together, training on a basketball court.
And Mayweather proved even at the age of 45, and officially five years retired as a professional, he still posses the same lightening quick hands.
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The five-division world champion hung up the gloves with a perfect 50-0 record in 2017 after beating UFC superstar Conor McGregor, 33.
But he has twice returned since, in exhibitions against kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa, 23, and YouTuber Logan Paul, 26, as recently as June.
Mayweather's spectacle bout with Paul – who weighed TWO STONE more – ended without a winner after no knockout was scored.
But the unbeaten icon is not done yet and likened himself to billionaire business moguls as he explained his cash-grab comeback fights.
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He said: "Dubai, pick up a couple dollars. You know, they upset.
"See, they upset because I've been able to milk the game, I was smart, kept all my faculties, made a lot of smart investments.
"Great people like Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, the Waltons – the people that own Walmart and Walgreens – when they're getting money in their 50s, their 60s, their 70s, 80s and even 90s, it's OK.
"A young kid like myself, from the inner city, the ghetto, I worked my way up from the top, I was able to leave boxing on my own terms, keep all my faculties, kept a lot of my money.
"So they're upset that I can go out there and continue to make 40 and 50 and 60 million, you can't get mad.
"Listen, this is what God wanted, all I'm doing is benefiting from the fruits of my labour."
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