Floyd Mayweather, 44, looking in incredible shape during sparring for Logan Paul fight

FLOYD MAYWEATHER looks in incredible shape during sparring as he steps up his preparation for his fight against Logan Paul.

The undefeated boxer, 44, goes toe-to-toe with YouTuber Paul, 26, in a six-round exhibition at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on June 6.


Mayweather – who won 15 world titles across five weight classes – officially started his training camp for the exhibition bout earlier this month.

And the 50-0 American even asked his partner Anna Monroe to move out of his property as he continues his preparations for his next dust-up.

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Mayweather has now stepped up his training… and the latest snaps showed Money in incredible shape ahead of next month's exhibition.

The duo were scheduled to square off inside the ring in February, only for the dust-up to be postponed to allow fans to attend.

The sparring pictures come after Logan and brother Jake revealed they have hired security after Floyd's threat to 'kill' The Problem Child.

Mayweather came to blows with Jake last week in Miami after the YouTuber stole his hat.

When asked if he and his sibling have beefed up their security, Logan told TMZ: "Yeah [we're taking precautions]. Everywhere at all times.

"Dawg, when you have a guy with the resources and the wealth that Floyd Mayweather has and the connection and the network and he's saying, 'I'mma kill that motherf***er.'

"Kill?! Death?! You're gonna kill my brother over a f***ing hat?!

"Yo, we take that s**t seriously man!"

Mayweather's fight against the elder Paul will take place in Miami, with Money predicting he could earn up to £72million from the event.

UK boxing fans may have to fork out a whopping £35.99 for the bout in what will be Mayweather's first outing since his exhibition win against Tenshin Nasukawa in December 2018.

Paul has backed himself to pull off one of the biggest shocks in boxing history after insisting he has a 10/10 chance of knocking out Mayweather.

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