Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. made headlines when it was revealed that the undefeated boxer still owed over $22 million in taxes from 2015. Shortly after, Mayweather pulled himself out of retirement and went toe-to-toe with UFC superstar Conor McGregor for a staggering payday. After the fight, Mayweather returned to retirement holding a perfect record of 50-0. Now, however, it would appear that the boxer may need to make another return to the squared circle after all.
News source Middle Easy recently reported that a new rumor is spreading concerning Mayweather. The pugilist is allegedly facing new tax problems that may force the fighter to return for another boxing match.
Here is the original report from Middle Easy:
“Some unforeseen new tax issues, on top of his previous tax problems, for Floyd Mayweather may force the unbeaten boxer back to the ring for yet another farewell bout. This Mayweather return would be targeted for the third quarter of 2018 in Las Vegas.”