LAS VEGAS, USA - Floyd "Money" Mayweather made his way to ringside during the second to final bout on the Manny Pacquiao vs Jessie Vargas WBO welterweight title fight pay-per-view at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas on Saturday, November 5 (Sunday Manila time).
Mayweather, who defeated Pacquiao in May of 2015 in the most financially lucrative fight in boxing history, has not fought since outpointing Andre Berto to move his record to 49-0 (26 knockouts) in September of 2015. Rumors have circulated that Mayweather, 39, has been in the gym training and even sparring for the past month, stirring speculation of a comeback for the 5-division boxing champion.
LOOK: @FloydMayweather embraces Top Rank president @ToddDuboef at ringside. #PacVargas | via @ryansongalia pic.twitter.com/bSi0sK4oB8 — Rappler Sports (@RapplerSports) November 6, 2016
Mayweather walked into the arena to a chorus of boos and took a ringside seat, bantering with Top Rank president Todd duBoef, ring announcer Michael Buffer and former champion Timothy Bradley Jr, who is commentating the fight for the pay-per-view broadcast. – Rappler.com