Floyd Mayweather Jr. joined Khabib Nurmagomedov to discuss the possibility of money-making.
Nurmagomedov defeated Conor McGregor at UFC 229 to retain his lightweight title, despite the victory of incidents after the fight in
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Nurmagomedov also became filmed at an event on Saturday when he appeared alongside Mayor Leonard Ellerbe, managing director of Mayweather Promotions, challenging Mayweather to a fight.
The boxer now responded and turned to potentially interested parties and directed them toward Ellerbe's social media channels where the video was released.
"CBS, Showtime and MGM Grand, get the checkbook out," wrote Mayweather on Twitter. "Go to Leonard Ellerbe's side to challenge Khabib Nurmagomedov."
While Nurmagomedov scored a perfect 27-0 win with UFC, Mayweather improved his own record to 50-0 in the ring when he defeated McGregor last year] UFC President Dana White announced he had talks with Mayweather last year commented on the possibility of the American's entry into the Octagon for a future mixed-martial arts contest.