Floyd Mayweather continues to beat the UFC and we have to admit he sounds a bit convincing. The first month worth of MMA talk we wrote as just Mayweather headlines and enjoy the hype. But nowadays, many people are talking factually about Floyd's going through this crazy plan.
There was UFC President Dana White, who reported the potential loss of a McGregor vs. Mayweather's fight lamented as he raged the ironic champion behavior at UFC 223. And then there's Showtime Sports boss Stephen Espinoza, who said a UFC return was more likely than one in boxing. Via Sporting News:
"I'd say probably better odds on the Octagon because we know Floyd loves a challenge and he loves to do the unexpected," said Espinoza Sporting News. "After 22 years in the boxing business, he has proven virtually everything he has to prove, this MMA thing is a whole new challenge, and I think that's the kind of thing that gets him out of bed every day, his juices
And here's the latest from Floyd Mayweather, who took the opportunity to make a UFC run during a boxing event promotion on Showtime.
"Retirement was great," Mayweather said. "But as you know and everyone knows, I'm retiring, I'm coming back, is it possible that I'll come back, yes, but when I come back, it must be in the Octagon."
However, there were some conditions.
"I talked to Showtime, I talked to CBS, when I come back, Showtime and CBS have to be involved … you have to talk to Showtime CBS, the money will be crazy, I can do what I want, I am Floyd Mayweather! "