Floyd Mayweather Jr. maybe actually taking his talents to the UFC if the money is right.
On Tuesday, Mayweather posted a short clip on Instagram of him stepping into an MMA cage, before Conor McGregor hilariously responded with “Keep up the good work, my son. Yours sincerely, Senior.”
Come at the king, you best not miss… pic.twitter.com/uHx4SJngHx
— Floyd Mayweather (@FloydMayweather) February 1, 2018
The 14-second video is the latest in a series of recent social media posts from Mayweather.
On Monday, he posted a photo of him landing a punch on McGregor from their boxing match in August. And on Tuesday, Mayweather put up a short video of him stepping into an MMA cage.
Mayweather, of course, welcomed Conor McGregor to the boxing ring last summer, schooling the UFC lightweight champion before winning by 10th-round TKO in “The Money Fight” that did huge numbers and raked in a ton of cash. Mayweather said afterward that he was officially retired, but he continues to tease another possible crossover.
The idea of a 40-year-old with no MMA experience would have a chance in the octagon with an MMA champ is crazy. What is even crazier is the amount of money this potential fight would generate.