Floyd Mayweather’s coach has claimed the boxing legend is still “untouchable” and can compete at the highest level for belts despite retiring five-years-ago.
The 44-year-old retired from professional boxing after his ten round win over Conor McGregor in 2017, leaving the fight game with an unparalleled 50-0 record.
He has since maintained fitness levels and increased his wealth by returning to fight in two exhibition matches, with the latest coming against YouTuber Logan Paul last June.
And with Gerald Tucker now preparing the American for a third exhibition fight, the long-time cornerman claimed Mayweather is still dominating current fighters in sparring sessions.
Speaking to The Sun, Tucker said: “This is a totally unbiased opinion, this is going from what I see in the gym – especially when we were preparing for Logan…
"He has sparring coming in – and they’re undefeated guys, bigger guys, active guys.
"Some of them are like 18-0, or 21-1, still at the start of their careers. And they still can’t lay a glove on Floyd.
"Floyd could still compete at this championship-level right now, still to this day and beat all of those guys.”
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Mayweather, however, has insisted he has nothing left to prove after boasting a flawless record and being a five-weight champion.
The lavish-living star has instead turned his attention to another exhibition clash with 20-year-old YouTuber Money Kicks, or Rashed Belhasa.
Their big-money fight is set to take place next month on a Dubai helipad.
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