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Floyed Mayweather Vs Conor McGregor has been in the works again for a few days and combat sports fans are already loving it. It’s no surprise that the news will be discussed in the coming days.
Floyd Mayweather, silver is one of the most decorated athletes the sport has ever seen. Conor, on the other hand, has always been the talker. Interestingly, they’re both supposed to be a real fighter and why wouldn’t you call them one?
Conor being the talker is still in his DNA, and it breathes whenever the notorious wants to make his presence felt. Look at him, he even mocked the entire WWE roster in 2016 and then endured tons of criticism. Undisputed WWE Universal Champion, Top Guy in the Company, Roman Reigns tweeted in response to his tweet and then Conor apologized in the same trashy way.
Mayweather has also challenged performers in his respective sport. Money then challenged The Big Show, the world’s greatest athlete in the greatest show of all, WrestleMania. Interestingly enough, Mayweather defeated The Big Show. Not only did Mayweather defeat the notorious too.
Now a rematch of the second highest pay-per-view event of all time appears to be happening in 2023 as ‘Fighter of the Decade’ Mayweather has confirmed his exhibition bout with the Irish star. UFC, Conor McGregor.
After a few hours of breaking news, the enigmatic McGregor surprised the world with the shocking post on his Instagram with a hashtag #not interested next to a photo of him hitting Mayweather with an uppercut.
Does McGregor’s Instagram post really cast a shadow over fans’ expectations for the greatest rematch of all time?
Is McGregor interested in the rematch?
McGregor has always made it clear he wants to return to the ring after claiming it was his first love in combat sports. “Boxing is my first love in combat sports. I had such a good time last time I was there,” he said. sky sports in an interview in May at the Monaco Grand Prix. “Obviously my return will be in the Octagon for the UFC this story is far from over. In fact, it’s just being written; it’s just the beginning. But, boxing , for sure I will honor the squared circle again in the future.
Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor: Las Vegas, 2017
This formidable duo made history with their Super Welterweight boxing match at T-mobile Arena in Las Vegas, USA, as Mayweather won his first fight with a 10th round TKO against the mixed martial artist . The historic fight generated a whopping 4.3 million buys where Mayweather won over $275 million and the UFC Star pocketed almost $100 million. By those kinds of numbers, it clearly shows Mayweather’s interest in the rematch.
The rematch will happen or NOT!
Earlier reports said Mayweather Promotions was offering McGregor a $150 million package for a second match, but it’s also important to know that McGregor is under contract with the UFC and can’t take any fights without their permission.
Rumor has it that Mayweather is looking to set up the fight in March 2023 and earlier reports had Mayweather Promotions offering McGregor a $150 million package for a second match.
However, Conor McGregor had made a statement via an Instagram post in July this year captioning that he was accepting the rematch with a photo from their first fight and later deleting it. Writing otherwise showing no interest in the same platform really casts a shadow over the upcoming rematch.
Since the 2017 fight, which pushed Mayweather’s professional record to a perfect 50-0, he’s had three exhibition bouts between 18 and 22, with a fourth on Sunday against Japanese MMA fighter Mikuru Asakura.