Floyd Mayweather Jr. first snared the attention of the mixed martial arts community when he faced off against UFC superstar Conor McGregor inside the squared circle. The two competitors went toe-to-toe back in Aug. of 2017, with Mayweather ultimately earning a TKO victory over his opponent.
Since then, “Money” Mayweather has been hinting to an interest in stepping inside the octagon as a mixed martial artist. UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley even went on to reveal that he is training Mayweather within the sport.
However, Mayweather has now come forward in a new interview to reveal that he currently has no active plans to compete within the sport of MMA or boxing. Check it out below: