Floyd Mayweather’s retirement may be coming to an end. The 38-year-old professional boxing recently hinted that he may be getting back into the ring. During an interview with FightHype, Mayweather said of the May 7 HBO PPV middleweight championship fight:
You know, I can easily put a halt on (Canelo-Khan) if I chose to call Mr. Garcia, (Danny) Garcia’s dad. If I chose to call him and say, ‘You know what, sir, you’re a hell of a trainer. Your son’s a hell of a fighter, he’s an undefeated champion, I’m an undefeated champion, and I think it would be great for me and your son both to make a lot of money. And like I said before, you’re very outspoken, my dad is very outspoken.’
It would be good for me to come back for number 50 and fight the undefeated Danny Garcia, you know, at the MGM Grand. You know, since Danny Garcia is undefeated and he’s very explosive, he’s a very good fighter, and he really represents Puerto Rico the same way that (Felix) Trinidad (did). Even though he’s from Philadelphia, he represents the red, white, and blue for Puerto Rico. I’ll go over to the MGM Grand and say, ‘You know what? We need a venue also,’ and we’ll see (what happens).
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