After the constant tension and aggression between him and Conor McGregor on their promotional tour, Floyd Mayweather is back home in Harlem.
The boxer has returned to the USA after doing the first round of media conferences for his super-fight against UFC star McGregor.
He was spotted by fans in Harlem on Sunday, July 16th, 2017, who soon surrounded his car and demanded selfies.
Mayweather, looking more relaxed than the machismo performance he had put on while facing McGregor, seemed only too happy to oblige.
It proves that, while debate continues to rage over who will come out on top in such an unusual and unpredictable bout, Mayweather can rely on partisan home support when he faces McGregor in Las Vegas.
The fight is due to take place on August 26, 2017, and it is estimated that the two participants will earn a share of millions from the encounter.
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