Floyd Mayweather laughs at thought of Conor McGregor rematch


Floyd Mayweather isn’t heat to the thought of a rematch with Conor McGregor.

Although McGregor, the UFC celebrity who misplaced to Mayweather by TKO in a 2017 boxing megafight, has publicly acknowledged he needs one other probability, Mayweather dismissed that notion when requested by TMZ about it. He known as McGregor’s camp “circus clowns” saying they “can’t f–ok with Cash Might.”

The query itself drew laughter from Mayweather and his entourage.

“Boy, boy, boy, boy, boy … these youngsters are some circus clowns,” Mayweather mentioned. “They gonna preserve coming my approach. On the finish of the day, I preserve laughing, I preserve residing, I preserve going to the financial institution.”

The primary battle between them reportedly netted Mayweather roughly $275 million, and although a rematch would create an enormous monetary windfall, Mayweather has no use for it.

At age 42, Mayweather completed his profession with the McGregor bout, his 50th win in 50 fights. He might conceivably come out of retirement, but it surely’s onerous to see the purpose in that from his perspective — except he spends all of his cash.