It has been five years since Mayweather Jr did what most people were waiting for and defeated the UFC legend Conor McGregor in the boxing ring.
Mayweather scored a 10th TKO victory in his last professional boxing career battle. Per Fighthype.com, This fight generated 4.3 million pay-per-view television purchases (still the second largest ever) and more than $600 million in total revenues.
The website also reported that Mayweather would net another 9-figure payday if both sides could come to terms.
Well, during a recent appearance on Clubhouse, Wack 100 shared that he spoke with Mayweather Jr. According to Wack, Floyd said he intended to get back into the ring with McGregor.
“Listen, I talked Floyd Mayweather three days ago; Floyd finna fight [Conor McGregor] again. He told me, Idk if they announced it, but he told me, he finna fight the n**** again,” says Wack100.
Last month, Mayweather Jr was brought to tears during his induction into the Boxing Hall of Fame speech.
“I don’t really know what to say,” he finally uttered, as seen in the FightHub TV video above. “I told myself I wouldn’t cry, but this is something beautiful. This is one of the best days of my life.”
“I love my dad because without him, this wouldn’t be possible,” Mayweather said. “He’s the best trainer ever. There will never be another trainer that’s better than my dad.”