- Jay Jay Okocha was spotted with Floyd Mayweather as the two legends took their time to exchange pleasantries
- There exists mutual respect from Okocha who is an icon in the game of football, while Mayweather is a boxing legend
- Okocha shared the photo on his Instagram handle to the delight of his fans who have in turn applauded the pair in the comment section
Former Nigerian international Jay Jay Okocha was spotted with boxing legend Floyd Mayweather as the two superstars posed for a photograph.
Jay Jay has continued to live life after retirement to the fullest as he was recently seen in the midst of former footballers when they had a good time in Dubai.
It was all about glitz and glamour at the star-studded table with cuisines from different continents served to treat the special guests to their optimum pleasure.
Holding his phone for ‘selfies’, Okocha could not help but capture the exciting moment while Ronaldinho on his own path also clicked away on his phone.
And now Okocha has been seen with Floyd Mayweather and the former Super Eagles captain shared the photo on his Instagram handle with the caption:
“Met with the champ.”
His fans have taken to the comment section to applaud the legends.
“Zuck needs to pay for this photo. There are too expensive to be viewed here for free @official_jj10 & @floydmayweather Legendary.
@floydmayweather met with the champ legendary @official_jj10.
“Jay Jay God bless u my man U have done well. God will always pay u back.”
Mayweather flaunts his exotic lifestyle
Meanwhile, when it comes to spending money, nobody does it like Floyd Mayweather as the boxer has once again hogged the headlines in Dubai for his spending spree.
Mayweather got shoppers at the Dubai mall in awe after the boxer needed a convertible to convey his personal shopping.
The 45-year-old has a reputation for always spending big and he did so once again as he grabbed the attention of shoppers who had to pause to take pictures of the boxer’s shopping spree.
Mayweather pummels Don Moore in an exhibition match
Sports Brief earlier reported that Mayweather proved why he remains the world's best boxer after he trounced Don Moore during an exhibition match on Saturday, May 21.
The bout was scheduled to go down last week, but the tragic death of United Arab Emirates president Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan led to its postponement.
The match was billed to take place on a helipad in Dubai before it was shifted to a more traditional venue in Abu Dhabi.