Floyd Mayweather Jr. counters Conor McGregor's money demands

Floyd Mayweather Offers Conor McGregor

Boxer of the decade and undefeated legend Floyd Mayweather has just offered Conor McGregor $15 Million USD to fight!

Earlier this week, Mayweather shared his terms for a potential fight with McGregor, saying he would only fight for $100 million plus pay-per-view. If they actually entertain the fight, a split of the pay-per-view revenue would be negotiated.

This comes out just hours after MMA journalist Ariel Helwani reported a Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor bout has gone from pipe-dream phase to exploratory phase.

"I would be disappointed if a Conor McGregor versus Floyd Mayweather match didn't do over 2 million", he said. "Then we'll talk pay-per-view", White said on Fox Sports 1's "Herd with Colin Cowherd".

"To think you are the A side?". He also has demanded a business meeting with the UFC's new ownership at entertainment agency WME-IMG.

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White said the UFC would promote the fight and include "a stacked card" of MMA bouts as he did in NY in November, with three title fights and several other competitive matchups.

Mayweather himself seemed to suggest he would be prepared to take on the Irishman, remarking: "You guys keep hearing all these different rumors about different fighters want to face Floyd Mayweather". I'm the guy that can actually make the offer, and I'm actually making a real offer. They knew what my number is. White said of Mayweather, who retired from boxing following his September 2015 victory over Andre Berto and left him tied with late former heavyweight champion Rocky Marciano at 49-0. Although he recently acquired a licence he couldn't cope in a boxing match with Mayweather, the greatest of his era.

Surely, McGregor understands that, even if he fancies his ability to hit people in the head.

Meanwhile, Manny Pacquiao, who had been hoping for a rematch with Mayweather, has agreed to defend his World Boxing Organisation (WBO) welterweight title against a little-known Queensland schoolteacher, Jeff Horn, according to reports in Australia. My number was a guaranteed $100m. I'm the promoter. Conor McGregor's under contract with me.

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