Floyd Mayweather pinched stunning ring girl’s card and danced with her mid-fight

Floyd Mayweather laughed his way through his latest exhibition bout against former sparring partner Don Moore – and at one point stole the job of the ring girl by taking her round card.

The undefeated former professional boxer has taken part in three exhibition bouts since calling time on his career at 50-0, beating Tenshin Nasukawa before battling to a draw against Logan Paul before his non-scored bout in Abu Dhabi this weekend.

And although he didn't manage to stop Moore and claim a victory, he rather enjoyed himself in the ring and has promised to get back into action later this year in the same location.

One moment that has amused fight fans is when Mayweather took the round seven card from the ring girl and began parading it around and chatting to her before the fight resumed.

He also had a little dance and spoke to Moore before finally handing back the card, showing just how confident he was in the ring despite recently celebrating his 45th birthday.

The exhibition bout went ahead on Saturday evening (May 22) having initially been postponed due to the death of UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed.

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At one point the commentary team said: "This is one of the things that Floyd does best by the way, it's psychological warfare."

With Mayweather replying as the sixth round came to a close: "I do do that."

His response was met with huge laughter from the booth, showing how much the fighter enjoyed his return to the ring against his former sparring partner.

He said after the bout: "I would like to thank everybody in the UAE, the media, and everybody who covered this fight. This is one of the best country's in the world.

"Don Moore is still undefeated, we are both still undefeated. I will bring another fight back to the UAE this year.

"It's a secret. I don't want to let the cat out the bag right now. But we have an opponent, and I choose the UAE."

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