Floyd Mayweather shows off his $1.1million (£726,218) diamond-encrusted Hublot watch he bought in Dubai

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Mayweather shows off his $1.1million (£726,218) diamond-encrusted Hublot watch he bought in Dubai

Floyd Mayweather, having hung up his gloves, the days of gruelling training are far behind undefeated champion.

 Floyd mayweather’s hardest choices now appear where to fly to as he continues to enjoy his retirement. Mayweather beat Andre Berto in September to complete his glittering career at 49-0, including 26 by knockout, and has since been jet-setting across the globe.    

The American has spent the four days in Dubai and revealed his extensive travelling in just the past fortnight on Instagram on Thursday. Busy Shopping big, just bought himself a nice Xmas gift; Floyd Mayweather shows off his $1.1million (£726,218) diamond-encrusted Hublot watch he bought in Dubai. 

Floyd Mayweather relaxes om a yacht 'Thinking about which country I should go to next on #AirMayweather'

‘A light day on the yacht listening to some old schoo l#ShirleyMurdock thinking about which country I should go to next on #AirMayweather. ‘I’ve been to a few places in the last 13 days: Kevlavik, (Iceland), Moscow (Russia), Bucharest (Romania), Istanbul (Turkey), Nice (France), Monte Carlo (Monaco), Saint-Tropez (France), Rome (Italy), Milan, (Italy), Dubai (UAE), Cairo (Egypt), Shannon (Ireland).’ He began the trip in the Middle East by posing for a photograph in front of the world’s tallest building, the Khalifa Hotel in Dubai. Haven’t been to the U.A.E. in a while so I decided to come get the Royal Treatment and take 24 people to Dubai to hang out for a few days,’ said Floyd. 

Floyd Mayweather (right) and long time friend James 'P-Reala' McNair pose on the slopes in Dubai

The undefeated boxer (left) and his pals enjoyed some skiing on Ski Dubai's artificial slopes earlier this month

Floyd Mayweather poses with a camel on his recent trip to the UAE desert as he enjoys retirement

The 38-year-old retired from Boxing in September having enjoyed an undefeated 49-0 career

Having left the ring in Las Vegas an undefeated champion, Mayweather’s marathon globe-trotting began on the island of Bora Bora. Floyd Mayweather was joined for the luxury trip by pop sensation Justin Bieber as they posed amongst the stunning surroundings and fine dining. Earlier this month Mayweather courted controversy by showing he had received a very rare and one-of-a-kind Christmas present – an exotic baby tiger from India, given to him in Moscow by Russian friends. 

The retired boxer captioned this post 'The champ @floydmayweather and @justinbieber eating good'

Mayweather shared a photo on Thursday revealing he had received a rare Indian tiger as a Christmas gift 

Following his most recent post in Dubai, it appears Air Mayweather will be continuing to canvass the globe for some time.