• Floyd Mayweather says he is not engaged with anyone
  • Mayweather refutes reports that he is engaged with Anna Monroe
  • Mayweather is now focused on his exhibition match against Logan Paul

Floyd Mayweather Jr. will always be a name that sports and entertainment media will have a field day writing about.

However, the problem there is that not all things that come out are factual.

The 43-year-old may have finally closed the lid on rumors that he is engaged or married. This clears the air on talk that he is getting hitched to Anna Monroe, someone media has been alleging as having a serious relationship with the retired American boxer, TMZ reported.

The belief that Mayweather and Monroe were a couple gained steam when the latter flashed a massive diamond ring on Instagram.

Most got the idea that it came from the boxing champion since Mayweather does have a history of handing women expensive gifts.

An example of that is Doralie Medina who was gifted with a Rolls Royce in 2014 worth about $300,000.

"I'm not engaged and have never been engaged or married," Mayweather’s post read on IG. "Those are just rumors and lies."

Mayweather has had several serious relationships over the years and has children from different women. That includes the late Josie Harris with whom he has three kids.

The 40-year-old passed away last year due to accidental overdose, USA Today reported.

For now, the “Flamboyant One” is focused on his upcoming fight with YouTuber Logan Paul next month. He is a heavy favorite to prevail and expected to earn big once more.

Despite the issues hounding him outside the ring, Mayweather remains a household name in the sport. The WBC announced they are planning to put his photo on all world titles.

This means that his picture will be seen alongside Muhammad Ali and late WBC president Jose Sulaiman across all belts, something he said is a dream come true.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. looks on while taking on Marcos Maidana during their WBC/WBA welterweight title fight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on September 13, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Al Bello/Getty Images

“I remember the first time I won a WBC belt and saw the photos of the great champions on there and always wanted to be there too," he stated.

"It really is a dream come true for me to be alongside the great [Muhammad] Ali, and WBC founder Don Jose [Sulaiman], and to be recognized by them for my contributions to the organization and the sport. I am beyond grateful to receive this honor,” Mayweather continued.