Boxer begins training for his last fight

The American boxer has been taking part in a series of gruelling work out which is posted on his official Shots account

 

American boxer Floyd Mayweather has kicked off preparations for his last professional boxing fight which will hold on Saturday, September 4.

Though the undefeated champ is yet to choose an opponent, the 38-year-old has returned to the gym to start training for the bout.

The American boxer has been taking part in a series of gruelling work out which is posted on his official Shots account.

Andre Berto, Amir Khan, Canelo Alvarez, Timothy Bradley, Keith Thurman and Kell Brook are the boxers who are in the line to be undefinedat 48-0-0, 26 knockouts.

Berto however remains the favourite s he is managed by Mayweather’s manager Al Haymon.

According to The Sweet Science's Michael Woods, Mayweather is going to face Andre Berto in the main event of a primetime event on CBS network, as opposed to Showtime PPV.

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