Floyd Mayweather Wishes To Face Conor McGregor In A ‘Real Fight’

Floyd Mayweather, an American legend, authoritatively resigned from battling in 2017 in the wake of beating McGregor in ten rounds in Las Vegas.

Mayweather has battled three presentation sessions from that point forward, none of which were endorsed and didn’t represent a mark against his 50-0 record.

In light of the inquiry concerning his advantage in a rematch with Conor, Floyd explained his longing to challenge it.

A conversation has proactively occurred in regards to the installment and area of the match.

The 45-years of age fighter said, “Ideally, me and Conor McGregor can connect up in 2023 in a genuine battle.”

As a component of the potential billion-dollar bargain, a few issues required consideration.

For instance, the round count and the chance of a display make a phenomenal arrangement for the match.

Mayweather affirmed in a meeting that he is examining with McGregor a continuation for the following year.

Floyd said, “I need to go out there this end of the week and have a great time. Then I have another presentation [in] Dubai in November and me and Conor McGregor in 2023.”

He proceeded, “We couldn’t say whether being a display of a genuine fight is going. Yet, there’s been discusses both. I would favor a show.”

Over the course of the end of the week, Mayweather will battle MMA star Mikuru Asakura in a three-round show match in Japan.