Floyd Mayweather breaks record in retirement

Once a Champ, always a Champ!

Floyd Mayweather Jr broke a Guinness World Record on Friday even though the boxing legend has hanged up his gloves.

The 38-year-old invited boxing fans to attend a boxing training session he hosted in Moscow, Russia on Friday, December 4, 2015 as a way to give back to his supporters.

Youngsters who have an interest in boxing joined Floyd Mayweather in the ring as the unbeaten boxing legend showed some techniques in the business with hundreds of fans also watching on in a packed local concert hall.

The event broke a Guinness Word Record with the number of people who took part in Mayweather’s lessons attendance of 791 people taking part and another 3000 watching on as spectators.

Floyd Mayweather was handed the award for his new record by official Guiness Word Records judge Sofia Greenacre beating the previous record in 2014 which had 508 people in attendance for a masterclass lesson.

The event was organized by Boxing Academy in association with Russian Timber Group and State Corporation Rostec.

Floyd Mayweather won all 49 fights during his boxing career with 26 wins coming via KO.