Mayweather continued his exhibition world tour - the third bout in as many countries since retiring as a professional in 2017.
The 45-year-old proved he still had the skills to pay the bills and as long as there is still a paycheck to be made, Mayweather will continue fighting.
The question is, who is next for the American?
The pair fought in the most lucrative fight in boxing history seven years ago.
Dubbed as 'Fight of the Century', the super-fight failed to live up to the excitement with Mayweather winning via unanimous decision.
Both are retired but a rematch would be the biggest money fight in history for exhibition fights. Both men can expect to receive north of $75m.
With Pacquiao missing out on presidency in the Philippines, and spending a lot of money in the process, he may need to lace the gloves one more time.
The YouTuber called Mayweather and Anderson Silva out following their wins over the weekend.
Paul - who is linked with a fight against Mike Tyson - has history with Mayweather as his older brother Logan fought him last summer.
Jake got punched by Mayweather during the build-up for stealing Mayweather's cap. Could the fight happen? Absolutely.
The Mancunian is returning this summer to box Marco Antonio Barrera in an exhibition of his own.
Hatton tasted a tenth-round defeat to Mayweather in 2007 and while there is mutual respect between them, the "Hitman" is not keen on 'TBE'.
This could be in the works for the end of the year if both are interested in it but it may depend on how Hatton feels after facing Barrera.
Could there be a rematch on the cards?
In June 2021, the pair collided and went the full eight rounds - something Logan celebrated by doing a flip in the ring.
Mayweather looked slightly embarrassed that he couldn't get him out inside the distance despite the height and weight difference with Logan being over 34 pounds heavier at 189.5lbs.
Paul has claimed he is yet to be paid by Mayweather for their exhibition. You couldn't rule out a double or quits offer by Floyd.
Arguably the greatest UFC fighter in history.
One thing he has in common with Floyd is that he retired undefeated. Khabib called it a day at 29-0 and defeated the likes of Conor McGregor - an opponent Mayweather also beat - alongside Dustin Poirier and Justin Gaethje.
How likely is this? Not very. But Mayweather did tease fans in 2018 about a possible crossover fight.