Undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather responded recently to rumours and reports of a deal between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather nearly completed.
Conor McGregor recently cancelled plans and flew out to Las Vegas last minute provoking possibilities of McGregor taking steps to make the super fight between the two happen.
McGregor has already taken steps to gain a boxing license in the state of Nevada and settle his debt with the commission for his punishment incurred to him for his actions at the UFC 202 press conference.
Floyd Mayweather however responded first by saying, “Although there has been several rumours circulating thru media suggesting that I will have an upcoming fight, I’d like to set that record straight and state that there has been no deals made on my behalf in regards to a bout with any fighter at this time. I am happily retired and enjoying my life ! Rest assured that if any changes come about, I will be the first to let the world know.”
Again via twitter, Mayweather addressed Conor McGregor and told him to “Take care of your business with the UFC and then have your people get in touch with my people.”
As Conor McGregor is still under contract with the UFC there are many factors that need to be addressed before this super fight can take place.