Dana White Says He’s Willing To “Walk Away” From Mayweather vs. McGregor

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White is currently attempting to wrangle up an agreement for UFC lightweight champion Conor “Notorious” McGregor to face off against Floyd Mayweather Jr.

“Notorious” has been looking to face the undefeated boxing phenom in a boxing ring for the payday of his career. However, the UFC president has recently been attempting to piece the deal together.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. officially came out of retirement to train for the potential matchup, showing his interest in seeing the fight happen. However, a deal still has to be reached between the two groups.

Just recently, the UFC president was interviewed by Colin Cowherd. In the interview, Dana White explained that he is interested in seeing the fight happen. He is working towards that goal. However, there may be a time when that changes.

“There is going to be a point where I’m done. This isn’t what I do. This isn’t my business and I’m definitely going to walk away.” White said, when asked if he believes there will ever be a breaking point for him. For the full interview, see the video below.