Former five division world champion Floyd Mayweather is planning for more exhibition fights in 2023.

Mayweather retired from the sport in 2017, with an undefeated record of 50-0, after stopping UFC superstar Conor McGregor in a huge cross-sport collision.

In December of 2018, Mayweather held his first exhibition bout, when he traveled to Japan to blow away Tenshin Nasukawa in one round. It was Mayweather first bout on foreign soil.

Mayweather would have his next exhibition in June of 2021, going the eight round distance with social media star Logan Paul in Florida.

The Hall of Famer has already taken part in two exhibition fights in 2022 - going the distance with sparring partner Don Moore in Abu Dhabi in May and then traveling to Japan to stop MMA fighter Mikuru Asakura in two rounds in September.

Mayweather, 45-years-old, will have his third exhibition of the year next Sunday in Dubai, when he takes on Youtuber Deji.

Already looking ahead, Mayweather is currently in discussions with promotional partners, Keane Anis and Global Titans, to stage a February exhibition bout in the UK.

"What's so great about this fight is, we're able to come together. And actually, Keane from FrontRow as well as Global Titans, he spoke to me and what is it February? February we're looking forward to coming [to the UK] and putting on an exhibition for the fans in the UK," Mayweather said.

"Because I never got to come over here [to the UK] and actually fight here when I was actively fighting. Hopefully, in February we can come over here and do an exhibition if it's possible."