The pair posed for pictures with fans, but the American didn’t get much love from those in attendance.
The video shows him being repeatedly ignored by fans who instead look much more excited to meet the then heavyweight champion, Joshua.
Mayweather looked awkward as fan after fan brushed past him as if he wasn’t there before shaking hands with the Brit.
In fairness to the ‘Money’, the event did take place a matter of weeks after Joshua beat Klitschko to capture the WBA and IBO heavyweight titles at Wembley Stadium.
One Twitter user wrote: “The way AJ made sure to include him by putting his hand on his shoulder he definitely picked up on Floyd’s sad vibes.”
Another pointed fun at the situation saying: “Started the night at 50-0. Ended the night at 50-8.”
No one want Mayweather. pic.twitter.com/VpKuFWkdqt— Chief Erican, MBA (@EricanSA) May 4, 2022
I fell sorry for Floyd Mayweather 🥲🥲🥲 pic.twitter.com/gisgCMEdl5— Commissioner for Dodo and Coca-Cola (@Eminitybaba_) May 4, 2022
Whilst he may have left London feeling like somewhat of a loser, that wasn’t the case when he took on McGregor in Las Vegas a few months later.
He beat the UFC star and saw his hand raised for the 50th time as a professional before calling an end to his career.
Although that decision hasn’t stopped him from stepping through the ropes to take on Tenshin Nasukawa and Logan Paul in exhibition bouts.
The 45-year-old has his next exhibition bout on the horizon.
He will take on Don Moore 700 feet above sea level in an event which takes place on a helipad on top of the Burj Al Arab in Dubai.