It's Monday and three-time world champion 'Pretty Boy' Floyd Mayweather Jr. is back in the Top Rank gym. He went in late this afternoon to get his hands wrapped. He plans to go into the ring and shake out a few rounds, his handlers said today. Mayweather trained for two months at the Top Rank gym on Business Lane in Las Vegas. He was in top condition when he took on and defeated Arturo Gatti in six rounds to capture the WBC super lightweight title belt before a sold-out crowd of 12,657 Saturday night at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, N.J. "When the pressure is on, I always give my best performance," Mayweather said on fight night. His uncle and chief trainer Roger Mayweather said "that was a dazzling performance - one of Floyd's best-ever."