Floyd Mayweather meets tigers, monkeys as world tour continues

Floyd Mayweather had an encounter with a tiger during his trip to Moscow. Floyd Mayweather/Instagram

Floyd Mayweather continues to make waves on social media as he has been brought face-to-face with monkeys and tigers during the latest leg of his luxury world tour.

Mayweather, 40 who took his professional record to 50-0 by defeating Conor McGregor in August, is currently making the most of his return to retirement by enjoying some time away from the US.

Mayweather recently concluded a tour of China -- which he claimed he was being paid $3 million for -- and made sure to keep his fans well-updated on his exploits in the Far East, which included a trip to the Great Wall.

Moving on from China, the retired boxer has made quick stops in both Russia and Dubai and has taken to Instagram to document some of his stranger encounters.

Moscow, Russia 🇷🇺 📸 @lapistolpete

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The undefeated fighter has shown nerves of steel time and time again when faced with intimidating figures -- Manny Pacquiao, Ricky Hatton and Victor Ortiz to name just a few -- and he demonstrated the same resolve when faced with a tiger in Moscow Saturday.

Mayweather followed his picture with the big cat with a video showing a monkey drinking from a water bottle in Dubai, which the boxer is currently visiting.

It is not the first time that Mayweather has been in the company of exotic animals, with the extravagant boxer famously receiving an Indian tiger as a Christmas present in 2015.