Former five-division world boxing champion Floyd Mayweather has finally admitted a cross-codes clash with UFC champion Conor McGregor is at the forefront of his mind for a 50th bout.
A lot of rumors about McGregor, openly instigated by Mayweather, were denied time and again by the Floyd, who now says a firm offer was made to the Irishman for them to share a boxing ring.
"Conor McGregor keeps telling everybody he wants the fight. Let's make it happen,” Mayweather told ESPN’s First Take.
"We tried to make the McGregor fight. My number was a guaranteed $100million. We offered him $15m.
"We're the A-side and I don't know how much he has made but I'm pretty sure he hasn't made $2m in an MMA bout.
"We can talk about splitting the PPV but we are the A-side. How can a guy talk about $20m or $30m if he’s not made eight or nine?
"Is the fight going to happen? We're working on it," he added.