The unbeaten star, 45, could be set to put his 50-0 record on the line by coming out of retirement this year.
Money has fought in numerous lucrative exhibition fights since 2017, banking huge sums to face Tenshin Nasukawa, Logan Paul and Don Moore.
And now he’s teased that he could be set for another THREE bouts in 2022 – with one potentially a pro contest.
He told FightHype: “I got three more exhibitions this year, could be one fight and two exhibitions.
“But guess what, you better know it’s at least and this is the lowest I’m talking about $200million.”
A new video posted by Mayweather’s trainer El Gran shows the pair working up a sweat in Dubai.
While it’s safe to say that Floyd’s agility and blistering hand speed look as good as ever.
Mayweather is seen in the clip dodging and weaving as El Gran throws hands, evading blows with ease as they rain in on his head.
Floyd’s trainer captioned the clip: “We was in Dubai with it… Floyd Mayweather working magic on the mitts.
At the end I had to stop because of an ATV injury..all healed now and currently getting Adrien Broner ready for an 8/20 fight in Miami vs Figueroa.”
It comes just a few weeks after El Gran called Mayweather a “money magnet” – and revealed they are plotting big pay-days on the horizon.
He wrote: “Me and @floydmayweather cool, calm, and collected.
“Always one step ahead of the game.
“He was preparing to make 8 figures in Dubai, while plotting on ways to make 9 figures a few months later.. money magnet.”
Mayweather has announced he will fight again in September in Japan against MMA star Mikuru Asakura, 29.
While UFC’s Nate Diaz has claimed he and Floyd revealed the “blueprint” on how to beat Conor McGregor.
And Logan Paul has vowed to see Mayweather “in court” over his unpaid fight purse.
The YouTuber turned boxer locked horns with the former five-weight world champion in an eight-round exhibition bout last June, which, surprisingly, ended up going the distance.
Paul and brother Jake have long maintained that Money is “broke” and say Logan didn’t receive his full share of the purse.
The Maverick claimed: “I got paid, just not in full.
“A couple million that’s somehow just missing. Where did the money go?
“Floyd said he could afford a Jeff Bezos-sized jet from the money he made from that fight — I ain’t got a f****n’ jet.
“What the f**k, dude?! I’m missing a couple mil. We’re gonna find it bro, I’ll see you in court. Watch my words, we’re coming for you.”