Floyd Mayweather continues to enjoy retirement in Mexico, Hong Kong

Floyd Mayweather relaxes on a beach in Mexico. Instagram/floydmayweather

Floyd Mayweather Jr. doesn't appear to be missing the boxing ring as he granted his fans yet another insight into his life since hanging up his gloves

Mayweather, who turned 41 on Saturday and boasts a 50-0 record, has not fought since defeating UFC star Conor McGregor by knockout when the pair met in a lucrative matchup last August.

Since returning to retirement after the $100m fight with the Irishman, Mayweather has been travelling around the world and has been keen to keep his fans up-to-date with his various exploits, previously documenting visits to the Great Wall of China and meetings with tigers.

The grass only gets greener on this side. #AirMayweather Photo Credit: @moneyyaya

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And the boxer's latest string of posts on social media have seemed to quash any suggestions that he misses the ring as he uploaded a number of images showing himself relaxing in a various locations around the globe.

In addition to a video showing himself enjoying stunning views from the balcony of an apartment in Hong Kong, Mayweather also shared a picture from a Mexican beach accompanied by the caption: "I f---in' love my life".

Floyd Mayweather, you're a show off.

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Despite previous assertions that he had no intention of boxing again, the former five-weight world champion recently revealed he's had talks to return to fight but refused to provide details of the discussions.

Mayweather has also teased a potential switch to MMA and a resumption of his rivalry with McGregor after posting several videos of him in training in an Octagon.