Mayweather Reveals Offer To Comeback And Fight In The UFC

Floyd Mayweather reveals offer to fight one last time after defeating Conor McGregor last August at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

The win at the time moved Mayweather’s record to 50-0. Something he reportedly trade marked before the bout as it happened.

Following the contest, Mayweather insisted he is definitely retired from the sport of boxing and has stood firm in that position.

But speaking today on a live social media stream Mayweather conceded he has had an offer to fight one more time recently – but not how you might expect.

Suggesting he could come back and fight in the UFC if he wants to:

“You know I’m a money getting motherf*****. I’m Money May. They just called me not too long ago and asked me to comeback. I can come right back to the UFC. If I want I can go I can come right back to the UFC I can go fight in the octagon. I can do a three or fight deal and the octagon and make a billion dollars. Remember I’m Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather and you motherf***** love me, and I love you motherf*****.”

Mayweather fighting in mixed martial arts is not a likely scenario, in all fairness.

Particularly considering his age, the fact he’s retired from his own sport of boxing and the fact he’s never done MMA.

In the past Mayweather was critical of the sport but in recent years has come to appreciate the sport of MMA more – even mentioning in the past that he might get involved in MMA promotion.