Former five division world champion Floyd Mayweather (50-0, 27 KOs) has ruled out an possibility of entering the ring again.

At 44-years-old, Mayweather is only going to focus on his business ventures - like his promotional company, Mayweather Promotions - which guides several unbeaten boxers including Gervonta "Tank" Davis.

Mayweather retired from the sport in August of 2017, after knocking out UFC star Conor McGregor.

Since his retirement, he took part in two exhibition bouts - including June's pay-per-view clash with Youtube star turned boxer Logan Paul.

After that bout with Paul, which went the full eight round distance with no decision announced, Mayweather vowed to never fight again.

Despite his decision to stay away from future in-ring opportunities, Mayweather is still being called out by numerous fighters to take part in exhibitions bouts.

Mayweather has no interest.

“I won't go back to boxing, no I won't. Boxing was very good to me, because I could make smart investments on the outside, but now I want to help others to become champions like Gervonta Davis," Mayweather said.

“Terence Crawford, Errol Spence, [David] Benavidez, the list goes on.... there are many very tough fighters out there, great young champions that I am proud of. I don't miss [competing in] boxing, I just go and have fun, that's why I did an exhibition with Logan Paul, we had fun, I had fun. We gave people a bit of fun and people have to know that there is a difference between a real fight and an exhibition. With an exhibition I was only training from time to time... if it was a real fight there would have been blood from the beginning.

“I had the opportunity to fight 16 world champions in a row, I was in unification fights, I did a lot of things in boxing. I couldn't do everything, but I'm happy for the fighters who are undisputed champions."