- Floyd Mayweather is still enjoying the high life after beating Conor McGregor
- He posted an Instagram video of himself dancing in a Sylvester the Cat costume
- The ‘Money Man’ retired after earning £259million for Conor McGregor bout
Floyd Mayweather may have retired yet again after beating Conor McGregor back in August but the American still seems to be enjoying himself outside of the ring.
The ‘Money Man’, who is reported to have earned a staggering £259million from his win over McGregor in Las Vegas, is now trying to find new ways to occupy himself as he gets used to life away from all the intense action.
And it appears as if the American is doing absolutely fine away from boxing as he posted an amusing video on Instagram of himself dancing in a ‘Sylvester the Cat’ costume.
Former world champion Floyd Mayweather dressed up and danced as ‘Sylvester the Cat’
Mayweather posted the video of himself dressed up as the fictional character on Instagram
The 40-year-old is finding new ways to occupy himself outside of the boxing ring
And it doesn’t appear as if the retired boxer is having any trouble keeping himself occupied
Yes, you heard that correctly – Mayweather dressed up and danced as the fictional character ahead of his weekend’s antics much to the amusement of his 19.4million Instagram followers.
The 40-year-old uploaded the short video alongside the caption: ‘Friday night. My costume was Sylvester the Cat.’
The former five-weight world champion seems to have enjoyed the last week as he was also in attendance at the LA Lakers game on Wednesday.
Mayweather sat in the front row with his family to watch the Lakers in their cross-conference clash with the Washington Wizards.
It was Mayweather’s second Lakers game in succession after the boxing great also saw his adopted team lose to the New Orleans Pelicans on Monday.
Mayweather attended the LA Lakers’ game against the Washington Wizards on Wednesday
The 40-year-old also watched the Lakers beat the Utah Jazz earlier in the week