Watch boxing legend Floyd Mayweather effortlessly train in his mid 40s ahead of fight against crime boss' grandson | The Sun

FLOYD MAYWEATHER keeps proving that age is nothing but a number as he still goes strong at the advanced age of 46.

Mayweather retired from professional boxing back in 2017 with a stunning undefeated record, which saw him winning all of his 50 fights.

Money has since been competing in exhibition bouts around the world and is set for his first US match since his fight with Logan Paul back in 2021.

This time, the American bruiser will take on John Gotti III, who is the grandson of infamous mafia boss John Gotti.

The two fighters will lock horns on June 11 at the LA Live Arena in Sunrise, Florida.

And Gotti has his work cut out as Mayweather hasn't slowed down one bit since hanging up his boxing gloves.

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The undefeated legend posted a video last year showing him training at the gym.

And the session was so effortless for the star boxer that he would spar without even looking at his trainer.

Mayweather would instead stare at the camera and still duck out of every single move that was thrown his way.

Gotti has won two out of two boxing fights after switching to the sport from MMA.

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The New Yorker also enjoyed success inside the octagon with a 5-1 record under his belt.

The 30-year-old's grandfather ran the Gambino family, which was once described as America's most powerful crime syndicate.

The crime boss wound up serving a life term in jail for racketeering and murder until his death on June 10, 2002 at the age of 61.

The father of Mayweather's opponent John A Gotti became the acting boss of the Gambino family until he was sent to prison for racketeering, and has since claimed to have left the gang.

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