Floyd Mayweather stopped by Dubai for a camel ride

The UAE is the latest stop on the undefeated boxer’s world tour…

Floyd Mayweather’s Instagram has been giving us serious travel goals recently.

The recently un-retired fighter’s latest tour has taken him all over the world, from the ancient wonder of Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England, to the famous Red Square in Moscow, Russia.

Now the boxer is back in Dubai, sharing a photo of himself perched majestically atop a camel on a desert safari. He captioned the snap: “All the King does is travel the world.”

#Dubai All the King does is travel the world. #TBE #TMT

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Tour Dubai said on Twitter it was the third time Mayweather had been on one of their Sahara Experience tours, and shared some snaps of the boxer enjoying a “welcome back” cake.

The champion and his squad were also welcomed to the emirate by luxury pre-owned car dealership Deals on Wheels (though it’s unknown whether Floyd made any big purchases).

Deals on Wheels welcomes Floyd Mayweather and his Squad in Dubai #dealsonwheels #themoneyteam #moneyteam #floydmayweather

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ANOTHER LUXURY WATCH, FLOYD?

The boxer last visited Dubai in April last year, and took a photo with his daughter in the Dubai desert.

Before that he visited the emirate in December 2015, and enjoyed ziplining, yacht trips, visits to Ski Dubai and the desert. This video shows off some of the highlights:

Mayweather well and truly caught the shopping bug on his previous visit to the emirate, famously shelling out Dhs4 million for a diamond-encrusted Hublot watch at Dubai Mall.

His latest visit comes as UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor confirmed a superfight with Mayweather is close to becoming a reality, telling the LA Times his target date is September.

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