Insane! 43-Year-Old Floyd Mayweather Lands 1300 Punches in 2 Minutes

November 23, 2020 1:27 pm

The unbeaten- Floyd Mayweather is a technical master who has been hailed by the entire boxing community for umpteen reasons. Primarily being an undefeated boxer, Mayweather has never run away from challenges and has faced every world champion on his way.

That said, his boxing skills inclusive of the tactical defense are highly praised by the pundits and fight fans. However, Mayweather’s assault abilities are nothing less. He has got some of the fastest hands in the sport. In a blink of an eye, ‘Money May’ can land uncountable jabs. Thus, he can still be a problem inside the squared circle.

Despite retiring from the sport in 2017, Floyd Mayweather continues to carry forward his training. He constantly teases his comeback plans and one never gets the impression that these are cash grabs. He remains in astounding shape. The undefeated boxer mesmerized the fight community by unveiling 1300 jabs within 2 minutes, in a training session.

Floyd Mayweather knows how to impress his fans

The 43-year-old, surrounded by many people, showcased his skills on the punching bag. The official YouTube page of EsNews has posted the video. Mayweather began the clip with combinations and left everyone stunned by the time he finished 1300 of them.

A few days back, he has confirmed his return in 2021, citing Japan as the possible venue. Not only that, but Mayweather has also touted a possible boxing encounter with social media star Logan Paul. The former champion has said, he won’t face any active boxers at this stage However, he is still open to exhibition bouts with MMA fighters and social media stars.

Earlier, Mayweather aspired to face off against Khabib Nurmagomedov in a cross-promotion bout, just like he did against Conor McGregor in 2017. However, the fight didn’t materialize, and it seems that ‘Money’ has now shifted his focus to the roster of RIZIN. Thus, Japan can also grab several eyeballs with a superstar expressing his interest to fight in the country.

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