Floyd Mayweather has announced that he will compete again, possibly in a mixed martial arts (MMA) match, in 2020, after hanging his gloves in August 2017 for the third time in his career. "Coming out of retirement in 2020," he wrote on his official Instagram account next to a photograph of himself with shorts and hands wrapped in white tape.

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The former world champion, 42, uploaded another publication in which he appears alongside the president of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), Dana White. "@danawhite and I return to work together to bring another spectacular event to the world in 2020," he said.

The American, who has a 50-0 mark in his career, only participated in an exhibition match at the end of December 2018 in Japan, against Japanese kickboxing star Tenshin Nasukawa, after defeating the then lightweight champion of the UFC, Conor McGregor, by technical KO in Las Vegas in August 2017 .

It is the third time that Money leaves his retirement. On the first occasion, after announcing his departure in 2007 , he returned to face Mexican Juan Manuel Marquez; He retired again in 2015 after beating Andre Berto and returned to fight McGregor in 2017.

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