Floyd Mayweather heads out shopping with huge entourage and '30 security guards' as boxing legend is mobbed by fans | The Sun
FLOYD MAYWEATHER was flanked by an army of security to stop him being mobbed by fans on a recent shopping trip.
The undefeated boxing legend, 45, is known for lavish lifestyle after raking in millions from the sport.
And he was out again splashing the cash in Scottsdale, Arizona.
As ever, despite having his head covered by an Adidas hoodie, the superstar did not go unnoticed.
One stunned shopper filmed Mayweather in the mall being led forward by a wall of security guards, with a huge entourage in tow, as a hoard of his supporters followed him.
Meanwhile, Mayweather is set for his first fight in the UK as he takes on Aaron Chalmers NEXT WEEK.
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Former five-weight world champion Mayweather will be back in action on February 25 in an exhibition fight with the Geordie Shore-turned-MMA star at London’s O2.
Mayweather was last in action at the end of 2022 when he stopped KSI's brother Deji in the sixth round of their fight.
The 50-0 boxing icon also beat Mikuru Asakura and Don Moore in exhibition fights last year.
Chalmers, best known for his stint on reality TV show Geordie Shore, has turned his hand to combat sports in recent years.
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Having won a few MMA bouts, most notably with Bellator, Chalmers launched his boxing career last year, winning on points.
But a clash against one of the greatest fighters of all time in Mayweather represents an entirely different task.
However, boxing fans have been left outraged after the record cost to buy the exhibition bout on pay-per-view was announced.
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