Floyd Mayweather plans to raise money for charity with chats from fans

Floyd Mayweather plans to raise money for charity with chats from fans

- Floyd Mayweather is planning to raise funds for a charity organisation

- The undefeated champion told his fans they can chat him up and ask any question of their choice

- The Money-Man reveals the proceeds from the one-on-one chat with fans will be donated to the non-profit organisation

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Undefeated boxing champion Floyd Mayweather has concluded plans to raise money for charity following his plans to give fans a one-on-one chance to chat with him.

The 43-year-old American who already hinted that he might be returning to the rings this year if he got the right offer urged his supporters to get in touch with the "best of the best."

And the revenues generated from these interactions would be given to a non-profit organisation that fights for the health, education, and financial stability named 'United Way'.

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Mayweather, while posting the short clip of his plans told his 23.3 million Instagram followers that they can ask him about anything.

He then flaunted his customised 50-0 Rolls Royce, saying: "What's going on everybody? It's the one and only Floyd Mayweather. "The best of the best, but guess what? You already knew that.

"I would love to invite you to Fanmio, where you can personally meet me in a one-on-one video meet and greet.

"If you're a fan, Fanmio is the place to be to meet all celebrities. "Now here's your chance to meet me, no matter where you're at around the world."

He continued: "You can ask me anything. Ask me what's my best fight, ask what's my best knockout, ask me what I do every day in retirement."

Meanwhile, SunSport reports that Mayweather accused Conor McGregor was afraid of having a rematch with him.

The American announced his retirement in 2017 after beating the Irish UFC star in a boxing encounter which took his record to 50 wins in 50 professional fights.

Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather has stated that he would continue to give his wealth to assist people affected by the coronavirus crisis, after series of family tragedies, Daily Star reports.

Mayweather has had a rough start to the year 2020 having lost his ex-girlfriend Josie Harris who gave birth to three of his children.

Harris was found dead at her home in Valencia, California on the night of Monday, March 9, and according to TMZ, the mother of Floyd's three kids was pronounced dead after police found her unresponsive inside her car at around 9.30 pm.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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