Watch 45-year-old Floyd Mayweather sparring in preparation for Don Moore fight with grandson standing on ring mat

FLOYD MAYWEATHER put on a show for his grandson ahead of his bout to face Don Moore by sparring for the exhibition contest in front of the toddler.

The 45-year-old pits his wits against his ex-sparring partner on May 14 on the HELIPAD outside Dubai's Burj Al Arab Hotel.

Only 20 tickets to watch the contest are on sale, with each one costing £150,000 and only available as NFTs.

As of right now, ten of the 20 tickets have been sold and the pay-per-view will cost £14.99 on LIVENow.

Mayweather famously went the full eight rounds with YouTuber Jake Paul during their exhibition last year, but he has insisted that Moore will "come to fight".

And the 1996 Olympic bronze medallist looks determined to remain unbeaten as shown by a recent video he posted of him training on Instagram.


Mayweather hints he could continue with exhibition fights into his NINETIES

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In the clip shared to his 28 million followers, Mayweather can be seen sparring as his one-year-old grandson Kentrell Gaulden Jr watched on.

The young child can be seen standing on the mat as Mayweather honed in on his boxing skills.

Captioning the video, the Michigan native said: "Grandson, I’m very thankful for your great Granddad teaching me the sweet science of boxing, to hit and not get hit.

"I believe in working smarter, not harder. I retired from the sport undefeated with all my accolades and on my own terms.

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"Even in retirement, I’m still able to milk the game of boxing, continuing to make eight figures or more.

"I will continue to do exhibition bouts making tons of money and people from all around the world will continue to pay because my hustle is just different."

Mayweather then declared that he could continue to engage in exhibition encounters until he's in his NINETIES.

Speaking to SunSport, Mayweather's opponent Moore has promised to put on show when the two come to blows.

He remarked: "Floyd is going to understand and figure out that I’m no Logan Paul and I am not one that you have seen before. 

“We’ve sparred and I showcased my talent but on May 14, I’m not no sparring partner and I mean that from the bottom of my heart.

“I’m in here to kick ass and that’s what I’m going to do, I’m a fighter.”

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