After Conor McGregor teased suggestions of a rematch against boxing legend Floyd Mayweather on social media, the American has now responded, claiming everyone wants a rematch with him, MMA Mania report.
McGregor made his professional boxing debut against the 42-year-old back in 2017, suffering a 10th round stoppage defeat in Las Vegas.
Since then, McGregor has made his UFC return, losing to Russian rival Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 229 last October in the same venue he suffered defeat against Mayweather.
However, McGregor, who is currently serving a six-month suspension from the Octagon, replied to a tweet earlier in the week, hinting at a possible rematch between the pair.
Twitter: I spoiled it with the rush right hook here. The angle was made. He was in the dirt. I just had to set correctly int… https://t.co/MKURPPtZcS (@TheNotoriousMMA)
Despite McGregor’s hint, Mayweather, who made it 50 professional wins without defeat against the Irishman, was asked about the possibilities of a rematch, to which he answered:
Everybody wants a rematch with me. Don’t worry about that.
Mayweather was then asked about the chances of facing off against Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez, who he defeated back in 2013.
Yeah, yeah, yeah … everybody’s saying something. I don’t worry about that. I already made over a billion! You already know that!
I’m not worried about all that my man. Floyd is undefeated. Nobody can beat me. You already know that, man!