Floyd Mayweather is continuing to pass down his knowledge to Gervonta Davis.
Ahead of his world title clash with Leo Santa Cruz on October 24, the unbeaten, hard-hitting super-featherweight has started preparations at the Mayweather Gym.
Gervonta is one of the top young fighters in boxing
In footage uploaded by sports agent Alonzo Earle, Mayweather was seen watching closely while Davis went hard in sparring.
‘Tank’ is represented by Mayweather Promotions, however he and Floyd have not always seen eye to eye in the past.
Recently, when Mayweather started mentoring Gervonta’s rival Devin Haney, there was speculation a fresh rift could appear.
This is clearly not the case though, as they put any past differences aside to link up and train.
Mayweather is also a promoter and represents Gervonta Davis
Davis has a record of 23-0 (22 KOs) and boasts the reputation of being one of the most exciting young fighters in boxing.
The 25-year-old is facing an experienced four-weight champion in the form of 31-year-old Santa Cruz.
Leo is 37-1-1 (19 KOs), though many believe he will be too small to handle Davis as he only recently moved up to 130lbs.
Fans will find out one way or the other when the pair meet on October 24.