Floyd Mayweather visits The Great Wall during luxury trip to China

Floyd Mayweather visited the Great Wall of China as part of his trip to the country. Instagram/Floyd Mayweather

Floyd Mayweather is doing his best to keep talk of another big money comeback off his mind as he concentrates on enjoying a 'luxury vacation' in China.

Mayweather, who came out of retirement to fight UFC superstar Conor McGregor in August, has repeatedly stated that his TKO victory over the Irishman would be his final fight.

Despite several reports to the contrary, Mayweather -- currently boasting a perfect 50-0 record -- reinforced his stance by confirming to Stephen A. Smith over FaceTime Tuesday that he had no intention of returning to the ring.

Mayweather, 40, is currently travelling around China accompanied by a 23-strong entourage as he soaks up many of the country's fantastic sights.

He has taken to social media to document some of the highlights of his trip, including photos of himself at the Great Wall of China.

"Here in Beijing, China at 'The Great Wall Of China', considered to be one of the greatest Wonders of The World!," he wrote in a caption accompanying the images.

"It's always been on my list of places to see throughout my travels in life however, timing is everything."

The extravagant fighter -- known as 'Money' -- claimed that he is getting paid $3 million for the trip, which also saw the former five-weight world champion attend a fan meeting.

"Coming here with 23 people has been a great experience and it doesn't hurt to get paid $3,000,000 to simply visit and vacation here in luxury for a few days," he added.

"With money this long, everything is different. I move different, I dress different and I live different because my money is extremely different!"