Healthy, wealthy and wise, Mayweather strolls into retirement

2:34 PM ET

LAS VEGAS — Father Time will always be undefeated, but Floyd Mayweather, who closed out his legendary career on his own terms on Saturday night at T-Mobile Arena, came about close as any fighter can come.

Mayweather came out of a two-year retirement at age 40 to take on UFC 155-pound champion Conor McGregor, because who wouldn’t return from a two-year layoff at age 40 to earn — when the cash register stops ringing from the fight — perhaps $300 million for one night’s work in another record-breaking event?

Mayweather put in real work, too, on his way to a 10th-round technical knockout of McGregor, a novice boxer making his pro debut in a fight that was wholly illogical — which was probably one of the reasons millions of people were so intrigued.

But even though Mayweather won (and easily after McGregor captured maybe three early rounds), the fact that he had any problems with McGregor whatsoever was a sign — he is no longer the fighter who dominated one

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