Floyd Mayweather has vowed to become one of the world's best boxing coaches following the passing of his uncle Roger.
The former four-weight champion's trainer tragically passed away last month following a long battle with diabetes.
Roger, who was a former two-weight champion, passed away at the age of 58. 'Black Mamba' was held in high regard in the boxing world for his exploits inside and outside of the ring.
Many credit the late Roger for moulding his nephew into one of the greatest fighters of his generation.
Floyd owes a large portion of his success to his late uncle, who he plans to honour by becoming a coach.
Despite his cockiness and bravado, Mayweather admits all his success inside the ring won't necessarily make him a great coach.
Mayweather, 43, was last in competitive action in August 2017, locking horns with former two-division UFC champion Conor McGregor in a much-maligned crossover bout.
'Money' was planning to return to the ring later this year but has reportedly shelved those plans following the deaths of his uncle and ex-girlfriend Josie Harris.