Floyd Mayweather has continued his global tour as the former undefeated champion visited the UAE desert only days after relaxing in Rome’s Colosseum.
The 38-year-old was taking in the sights in the Middle East as he dressed in traditional kandora style.
Mayweather was joined on his trip to Dubai by friend P-Reala and personal assistant Marikit, also known as ‘Kitchie’.
After hanging up his gloves following the defeat of Andre Berto earlier this year, Mayweather has made the most of retirement with his trip to Al Sahra Desert following recent sight-seeing in Monaco and Italy.
He began the trip by posing for a photograph in front of the world’s tallest building – the Khalifa Hotel in Dubai.
The Instagram picture was accompanied by a caption in which he claimed he was making the trip to get the ‘royal treatment’ and took 24 people with him to hang out in Dubai for a few days.
Mayweather ended his career with a professional record of 49 victories, including 26 by knockout.
There has been speculation regarding a potential return to the ring for Mayweather, with a potential rematch against long-term rival Manny Pacquiao
Yet the 38-year-old has consistently distanced himself from those claims as he makes the most of retirement.

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