The British boxing hero took a Mercedes for a spin around the iconic Formula One circuit in Abu Dhabi on Friday morning.
He shared the picture to his 1.8 million followers on Instagram as he enjoys a lengthy break in Dubai ahead of his fight against Wladimir Klitschko on April 29.
The 27-year-old will start his training camp in February as he prepares for what will be one of the biggest fights in recent history.
1974: The Miami Dolphins beat the Minnesota Vikings 24-7 at Houston to win their second consecutive Super Bowl.
1990: Brothers Alan and Gary Kelly lined up as opposing goalkeepers for Preston and Bury in the Football League. Their father, Alan, was also once Preston goalkeeper.
2004: Arsenal and England goalkeeper David Seaman announced his retirement from football.
2006: Steve Staunton was appointed manager of the Republic of Ireland.
2007: Angered by David Beckham’s decision to sign a pre-contract agreement with the Los Angeles Galaxy, then Real Madrid coach Fabio Capello said the former England captain would not play again for the Spanish club. Capello later recalled Beckham to the Real squad.
2009: Australia opener Matthew Hayden announced his retirement from Test cricket at the age of 37. He played in 103 Tests, made 30 centuries and finished with an average of 50.73.
2013: Scott Waites cruised to his first BDO World Championship title after beating Tony O’Shea 7-1 in a one-sided final.
2014: Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo won the Ballon d’Or ahead of Barcelona’s Lionel Messi – winner of the previous four awards – and Franck Ribery of Bayern Munich.
2016: Jerome Valcke was sacked by FIFA as secretary general of the world governing body after ethics charges were brought against him over World Cup ticket sales.
It’s been yet another busy week on social media for the world of sport and once again we have all the greatest chatter from Twitter.
While there were many talking points, it was news out of FIFA that really set tongues wagging and fingers punching keys.
FIFA’s decision to expand the World Cup from 32 nations to 48 sent the football world buzzing.
Pundits were quick to point out the financial implications of the move, which will be in force from the 2026 World Cup.
Here are some of the best reactions on Twitter:
So it's about money. Who would have thought that FIFA would ever make cash the priority? https://t.co/KzeMgPRxPq— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) January 9, 2017
A moment’s silence for the 32-team World Cup pic.twitter.com/2btrC0FCpY— Bleacher Report UK (@br_uk) January 10, 2017
48 teams in the next World Cup? I have immediately bought shares in Panini.— Richard Osman (@richardosman) January 10, 2017
Breaking news from the 2026 World Cup, where Fiji have drawn 0-0 with Venezuela.— Ian Darke (@IanDarke) January 10, 2017
The Panini 2026 FIFA World Cup Sticker Album released... pic.twitter.com/DuKb7FifLW— Not Match of the Day (@NOT_MOTD) January 10, 2017
Group stages of the 2026 World Cup. pic.twitter.com/Hr2uMdkFpP— Danny Kelly (@dannykellywords) January 10, 2017
I want to keep an open mind. But I fear today will be known as the day FIFA ruined the men's World Cup. https://t.co/oAgWgLFnp5— Grant Wahl (@GrantWahl) January 10, 2017
There is one high-profile supporter of the expansion as well…
Meanwhile, there was yet another award for Cristiano Ronaldo, including FIFA’s best player gong for 2016
Cristiano Ronaldo this year— GeniusFootball (@GeniusFootball) January 9, 2017
Champions League 🏆
Club World Cup 🏆
UEFA Best Player 🏆
Ballon d'Or 🏆
FIFA Best Player 🏆 pic.twitter.com/RlkhppLqco