BOXING legend Floyd Mayweather is potentially eyeing a stunning return to the ring in 2018... Money, 40, was recently filmed working on his jab in his own Las Vegas gym, as talk of a sensational comeback intensifies.
Mayweather hung up the gloves after his money-spinning win over Conor Mc Gregor in August with a career record of 50-0.
Show Time's Stephen Espinoza has now revealed he would happily promote the fight...
with Money working "like a maniac" to get back to boxing shape.
Be aware of the Safeguarding and Time to Listen courses – all boxing clubs need an appointed/trained club welfare officer, and must ensure that all coaches are trained in basic safeguarding awareness.
To apply to be a trainer or second you need to contact the British Boxing Board of Control’s head office.
The American boxer battled past the gutsy Irish MMA star in a tenth-round stoppage in Las Vegas to keep his unblemished record in tact.
Despite insisting that was it for good this time, it now appears Mayweather just might be up for one last hurrah.
Many young people who were on a difficult journey have stated that boxing saved them from a life of crime, and/or given them a purpose in life.
During a Q&A event in Glasgow, Mc Gregor sensationally revealed: "What sickens me is that the little motherf***er is retired now.
"If I had another go with him, under boxing rules, I'd get that win.
Boxing training can also help if you need to defend yourself – an attacker will soon think differently if they’re on the end of a well-taught left hook or right cross!
However, the key phrase is ‘well-taught’; so how exactly do you become a boxing trainer?