Floyd Mayweather was guaranteed $100 million to fight Conor McGregor, however, the purse for the fighter was more than two-and-a-half times their guarantees, with Mayweather at $275 million and McGregor roughly $85 million.
He would love to cash in on that type of money again.
The retired 50-0 boxer told TMZ Sports: “Man if they pay I’m there to play.
“And if they’re paying cash Conor I’ll whip your ass… again.
“I do what I do everywhere, I pick up money I get paid to tell my story.”
Mayweather officially retired from the ring after securing his 50th win in 50 fights when he defeated McGregor in 2017. But the 43-year-old announced in November he is “coming out of retirement in 2020,” reportedly to work on a “spectacular event” with UFC boss Dana White.
Mayweather has teased being in the Octagon with videos on social media, but nobody actually expects him to ever fight in anything other than a boxing ring.
“I took it serious, but I wanted to have some fun in the fight and I wanted to entertain the people.
“You have to give the people a show, so I gave the people a show.
“If I wanted to go out there and f*** him up and blaze him right out the gate, I could’ve did that. But my thing is this, if I would’ve did that, then it wouldn’t be probably a part two.”