Retired five-division world champion and Undefeated as a professional boxer Floyd Mayweather makes headline again with his early Christmas gift which happens to be an exotic baby tiger from India.

Money shared a photo of his new gift on Instagram revealing he had received a very rare and one-of-a-kind Christmas present

“I want to thank my family here in Moscow,” he captioned his Dec. 3 post, “for the hospitality and my early Christmas present: a rare and exotic tiger from India. Any suggestions for a name for this two-month old, female tiger?

The announcement was immediately met with outrage and shock on social media - and from PETA.

Chrissy Teigen also commented on having tiger's on pets, writing on Twitter; 'I'm okay with people having pet tigers because it increases their chances of being eaten by a tiger.

PETA's Senior Vice President Lisa Lange said in a statement released to DailyMail.com; 'Floyd Mayweather can have anything he wants, and what he should want is an end to the wild-animal trade, not to be a facilitator of it. 

'Tigers do poorly as "pets" – they belong in their native habitats, not in a cage in a celebrity's home as a "show-off" prop, 100 percent certain to be discarded to a roadside zoo or a cheap circus or to meet some other tawdry end after they become too strong to handle and show a will of their own. 

'Wild animals kept as amusements never have a fighting chance of a natural life. 

'Having been torn away from their mothers, many end up violently beaten by trainers and all are deprived of what's natural, normal and important to them. 

'PETA appeals to Floyd Mayweather to be a real champ for animals and allow his "Christmas present" to be moved to a wildlife sanctuary/

 
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