Dana White Hints That The MayMac Money Has Changed Conor McGregor

Conor McGregor tried to take over the world of boxing back in August by making his debut in the sport in a battle against undefeated pugilist legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. While “Notorious” came up short of taking over boxing and suffered a TKO loss, the UFC megastar still walked away with the payday of his career.

After taking part in the pay-per-view sales record breaking fight with Mayweather, some fight fans believed that getting “Notorious” to return to the octagon may be a difficult task. Now it would appear that UFC President Dana White has a comment on the topic.

Speaking to TMZ Sports, when asked about Conor McGregor’s return to the UFC, Dana White said:

“That’s what he wanted to do (fight at UFC 219). But when you make friggin’ 80 million bucks, things change. You never know. I said that before the fight. You make that kind of money, it can change you.”