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Floyd Mayweather celebrates with Cristiano Ronaldo as Juventus win Supercoppa Italiana

Floyd Mayweather celebrates with Cristiano Ronaldo as Juventus win Supercoppa Italiana
Pound-for-pound boxing great Floyd Mayweather was in Jeddah to watch the Supercoppa Italiana as Juventus took on AC Milan in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday night.

Juventus ran out 1-0 winners, thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo's 61st-minute header, as the club known as "The Old Lady" claimed its eighth Italian Super Cup victory in their long and decorated history.

READ MORE: Cristiano Ronaldo the matchwinner as Juventus defeat Milan to win Supercoppa Italiana

After the match, pay-per-view boxing superstar joined the Juventus team with the celebrations in their dressing room.

Mayweather posed for photos with a host of Juventus stars, including Ronaldo, Miralem Pjanic, Paulo Dybala and Giorgio Chiellini.

And the boxing star also got his hands on the Supercoppa Italia trophy itself as he was welcomed into the Juventus dressing room like an old friend.


Mayweather's last sporting appearance came on New Year's Eve, when he stopped Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in an exhibition bout at Rizin 14 in Saitama, Japan.

READ MORE: Floyd Mayweather's New Year's Eve demolition of Tenshin Nasukawa

And although he remains officially retired, he has been frequently linked with potential match-ups with Manny Pacquiao and even UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov.

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