Floyd Mayweather has sent a message to the 16 world champions he beat on the trot in his decorated career.
Mayweather's boxing record stands at an impeccable 50-0 and he has won world titles in five different weight classes.
He holds a whole host of incredible boxing records, one of which is that he knocked off 16 different world champions consecutively, including the likes of Manny Pacquiao, Ricky Hatton, Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez and Oscar de La Hoya.
A graphic of those greats that Mayweather beat has been doing the rounds and he elected to post it along with a message.
But instead of bragging about his achievements as he normally does, Mayweather ws humble and gave props to those he shared the ring with.
"I respect and take my hat off to every last one of these champions," Mayweather wrote.
The best of the best have failed to lay a glove on Mayweather, with his defensive skills and movement just unparalleled.
But current unified welterweight champion Errol Spence reckons he could cause Mayweather some serious problems with his style and even get the better of the 43-year old.
"100% focused, I think I'd beat Floyd," Spence told Showtime Boxing.
"He's mentally tough. I'd cut him up, and use my jab, throw combinations and work the body and work the head. A lot of people work the head and then work the body. And then they go to the head, but you can't hit them in the head.
"So I work the body and then work the head and break them down physically because I know I can work them down mentally. He's one of those tough fighters like Shawn Porter. You're not going to break him down mentally. You can break him down physically, but mentally he's always going to be there. I would just break him down physically."
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