Floyd Mayweather partied at crowded Arizona nightclub with no masks in sight

Arizona News

Floyd Mayweather is known for his defense in the ring, but he tested the limits outside of it this weekend.

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the retired boxer was spotted at a packed nightclub in Scottsdale, Arizona on Saturday night without any masks or social distancing in sight.

Mayweather was partying at the International Boutique Club, according to TMZ. The club, known as INTL, posted a video to Instagram of Mayweather in a VIP section taking in the scene.

While coronavirus had shut down most of the country, some states have begun to reopen, with Arizona ending its stay-at-home order on May 15. Restaurants were allowed to reopen on May 11 at limited capacity with social distancing restrictions including no more than 10 people per party.

As of Sunday, the coronavirus death toll in Arizona had increased to 800 while 300 new cases brought the total cases in the state up to 16,339.

The 43-year-old Mayweather has not fought since 2017, when he improved to 50-0 in his career with a TKO of Conor McGregor. He recently mourned the deaths of his uncle, who was his longtime trainer, and his ex-girlfriend.

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