- Floyd Mayweather found a way to exercise his body during this coronavirus pandemic
- The 43-year-old was caught on camera in the company of his entourage cycling somewhere downtown in LA
- Mayweather's action may have now sent a message to others that they can break the law regardless of lockdown regulations
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Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather appears to have shunned the social distancing guidelines during this coronavirus period after being spotted biking with some of his crew members.
The 'Money Man', as he is fondly referred to, was spotted somewhere downtown in Los Angeles, probably stepping out for fresh air.
Although the was keeping distanced from others, the retired boxer flouted the lockdown codes.
Some of his tag-along crew ensured they wore face masks but Mayweather didn't.
Meanwhile, TMZ reports that it was not the first time Mayweather and his crew jumped on the deserted roads due to Covid-19 to ride bikes while others sit at home to prevent the spread of the deadly virus.
The publication added that the 43-year-old and his entourage did the same all through the previous week.
As much as he deserves to exercise, the American would do better if he went by it responsibly with so many young ones watching his actions.
Meanwhile, it is unsure if Mayweather would step back into the ring this year, having hinted at a rematch with Conor McGregor at an unknown date.
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Their first meeting ended in favour of Mayweather - a fight that took his tally to 50 wins in 50 fights before hanging up his gloves.
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported Mayweather has showed off his £200k (R4 million) diamond-encrusted watch.
He shared pictures of himself on Instagram donning a custom-designed top. The retired boxer has a collection of luxurious watches including another stunning £13.75m diamond-encrusted watch he bought after his 50th career win over Conor McGregor.
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