Late last year, Floyd Mayweather took a trip around the world. From Russia... London...

...he made a variety of stops and, from the looks of things, he made quite a few paid appearances. He also shot a ton of footage during the trip and planned on using it to put together a new documentary.

Unfortunately for him, though, Mayweather just revealed that during a night out in Los Angeles earlier this year, someone broke into one of his Bentleys and stole just about all of the footage from his trip.

"Someone was driving, I think, my Bentley," he told reporters earlier this week. "They stole all our footage, a whole bunch of our footage. I'm talking about hours and hours of our footage of us traveling around the world. We was going to do a documentary about us traveling around the world."

Not to worry, Mayweather fans. The boxer also revealed that he's shot video of pretty much every single thing he's ever done for years now. So while you won't see a documentary about him traveling around the globe, you will see some other behind-the-scenes footage in the form of a documentary at some point in the future.

Still, we have to ask: Who is sitting on all that unused footage, and what the hell are they going to do with it?

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[via Fight Hype]