Floyd Mayweather, 44, ROLLER SKATING as part of three-session-a-day training schedule to prepare for Money Kicks fight

FLOYD MAYWEATHER trained three times in one day including a ROLLER SKATING session as he prepares for his potential ring return.

Mayweather has recently linked up with boxing coach Gerald Tucker as talks to face YouTuber 'Money Kicks' continue.

Tucker, a former eight-fight unbeaten professional and Team USA amateur representative, cornered Mayweather for his last fight, an exhibition with Logan Paul.

And they are back to work again as Tucker shared pictures of the two on a run together and Mayweather in the gym.

He captioned the post: "Three workouts today.. boxing, skating @skaterockcity , and a 7-8 min pace long run."

Mayweather, 44, roller skated throughout his career as a means of entertainment and exercise.

He enjoys it so much, he owns a rink in Las Vegas called Skate Rock City.

But for now, Mayweather will have to swap the skates for boxing boots with another exhibition comeback bout looming.

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The American legend announced he is set to stage and headline an event on February 20 in Dubai.

And Middle East-based vlogger 'Money Kicks' –  real name Rashed Belhasa – revealed he is in negotiations to be the opponent.

It will be the Mayweather's third exhibition since retirement, with the first a one round demolition over featherweight kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa, 23.

But in June, he returned against YouTube star Paul, who weighed TWO STONE more, and was taken the distance.

The former boxing champion officially hung up the gloves as a pro in 2017 after beating UFC legend Conor McGregor, 33.

But Mayweather has no plans to return to traditional boxing – instead continuing to eye lucrative spectacle bouts.

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