Floyd Mayweather has given and old school beating in a sparring session ahead of his next big-money exhibition fight.
The 45-year-old is set to face reality television star Aaron Chalmers in a bout at the O2 Arena on February 25 in an event titled Royal Pain.
Mayweather, the former undisputed unified welterweight champion of the world, has taken up the habit of big paydays fighting Youtubers, influencers, and reality tv stars in his spare time.
Ahead of his winter visit to London and a first outing at the O2, Mayweather enjoyed a four-round sparring session against a popular Youtuber.
The American dismantled the Youtube fighter Jarvis in the session, showing his class by landing a few serious blows on the 21-year-old.
In video footage shared by the ex-pro, Mayweather jabs, hooks, and pushes his opponent around the ring.
Highlights show the former champions landing various combos and heavy hits, while dodging incoming efforts with ease.
One five second part of the clip shows Mayweather ducking before springing up and firing off a spurt of body shots before going to work on his opposition’s head.
Youtuber Jarvis took the blows well considering the nature of the shots, however Mayweather was clearly enjoying his comfortability in the ring.
Mayweather also took the video opportunity to joke with the camera as he danced around the ring and mockingly stared down the lens.
His latest fight scheduled to take place in less than a month will undoubtedly be a breeze for Mayweather after numerous successes in similar recent outings.
Mayweather has already beaten Jake Paul, a famous kickboxer, an MMA fighter, and other Youtubers in exhibition matches.