Floyd Mayweather celebrates his family with adorable throwback photos

Floyd Mayweather celebrates his family with adorable throwback photos

- Floyd Mayweather flaunts an adorable throwback picture of his family

- The 43-year-old was dressed in a white Air Jordan outfit with his late partner and three kids

- Mayweather retired from boxing in 2017 and remains the most paid athlete in the sport

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Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather has taken to social medial to share a stunning throwback picture of his family amid coronavirus.

The 43-year-old dressed in Air Jordan outfit struck a pose along with his wife and three children in what looks like their living room, and they all wore a simple smile for the camera.

While sharing the post, the multiple major world titles holder captioned it "My family" #TBT.

However, the retired boxer is probably yet to recover from the death of his spouse after spending 15 years of his life with her.

According to reports, Josie Harris was found unresponsive in a car earlier in March and was confirmed dead after medics checked her up.

Mayweather must have enjoyed the support of his late partner having won all 50 of his professional boxing fights before retiring in 2017.

Although there were indications he was planning to come out of retirement for the part two of his bout against Conor McGregor, the current coronavirus ravaging the world might have canceled that now.

The 'Money-man' remains the most paid boxer in history even after hanging his gloves and he has since then ventured into promotions.

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He has a few boxers he is pushing for titles and maybe putting them on the path of excellence like he did during his active days.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that American boxing legend Floyd Mayweather is giving his fans the opportunity to hook up with him on social media but it will come at a cost.

The undefeated five-division champion who has been accused of going broke will have an exclusive conversation with his supporters willing to pay for the services online.

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