Breaking: TMZ Reports Mayweather Wants One More Fight … And The Conor McGregor Rematch Could Be Top Priority

It would appear that Floyd Mayweather Jr. may not be staying retired for too much longer.

Mayweather pulled himself out of retirement for one last fight earlier this year. UFC superstar Conor McGregor tried to take over the world of boxing by making his professional debut in the sport in a cross-promotional match up against the undefeated pugilist legend.

Coaxing Mayweather out of retirement, the two warriors went to battle inside the squared circle on Aug. 26, 2017. Floyd Mayweather Jr. went on to finish “Notorious” with a TKO stoppage in the tenth round. Victorious, Mayweather slipped back into retirement with a perfect record of 50-0.

That being said, Mayweather vs. McGregor went on to break the pay-per-view sales record initially set by Mayweather vs. Pacquiao. The undefeated boxer is believed to have walked away with a stunning sun of $300 million, with McGregor earning $100 million from the match.

Now TMZ Sports has reported that people close to Floyd Mayweather Jr. have been claiming that the former boxer is looking to make one final fight before retiring for good. Undisclosed sources told TMZ Sports that Mayweather has been training hard in the gym and is still in fighting shape.

If Mayweather does decide to return to the squared circle, a rematch against Conor McGregor would seem to be the obvious match up. However, no official announcement has yet to be made.