Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather isn't shy of a burger and a shake, especially in his retirement, and he's always had a favourite spot when he visits Manchester.
The undefeated hall of famer dropped by the new Archie's at Piccadilly Station for a shake last night, and it looks like he still has plans to launch the brand Stateside with its owners.
Floyd stops by Archie's whenever he's in town, and admitted "falling in love with the place" during a visit to its original Oxford Road branch back in 2016.
And according to chain boss Imran Rafiq, Money Mayweather was eager to continue talks on launching the franchise in Las Vegas and beyond.
Imran says he is "always honoured" when Floyd stops by, and that he is "looking forward to putting ideas into action" with the retired boxer so that an expansion into the US can coincide with what is currently a golden moment for the brand.
The popular burger and shake restaurant is experiencing an immense expansion at the minute
As well as multiple flagship stores in prominent locations across Manchester, the chain also has restaurants in Liverpool and Birmingham – with plans for even further growth currently under wraps.
And if the brothers behind Archie's finalise plans with their pal Mayweather, the Manchester-born brand could finally touch down in the States, marking what would be the company's biggest achievement today.
Find out more about Archie's Piccadilly Station here – where you can also take a look inside.