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Mar. 31, 19 | 4:09 am

Retired American boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather Jr. has brought his private jet to Manila for a quick vacation.

He arrived in Manila 3:30 am today and is set to spend some time in Boracay.

Before this, however, fans of US boxing legend are speculating that he’s been training again.
Mayweather posted in his Instagram account a video of him taking an ice bath. An ice bath is used regularly by top athletes after a period of intense exercises. It speeds up the recovery process.
The video showed Mayweather sunk in a metal tub in a pool of iced water. Then somebody pours more ice on the tub. The temperature reads somewhere off the negatives.
“Someone is training,” one comment reads.
“You coming back bruh? Cause boxing needs you,” another one wrote.
The Instagram video so far had 5 million views.
Mayweather announced in 2007 that he will quit boxing, but he came out of retirement when he was matched with British boxer Ricky Hatton in 2007,
Mexican boxer Juan Manuel Marquez in 2009 and then with Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao in 2010. He resurrected again last year when he fought with MMA star Conor McGregor.
In an interview with LVSportsNetwork.com, Floyd Mayweather Sr. confirmed that his son is back in training and there is an ongoing talk for him to come out of retirement (again!).
He refused to say though if talks were with Pacquiao camp.
“Floyd’s still got the fighter,” Floyd Sr. said.
“I believe he will return if there’s a right man on his face.”

 

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