By Jordan Seward For Mailonline
Published: 12:23 BST, 1 October 2020 | Updated: 13:19 BST, 1 October 2020
Floyd Mayweather has revealed he would be open to fighting Conor McGregor or Khabib Nurmagomedov, but only for an eye-watering $600million (£470m).
The retired boxing legend has no intentions of returning to the ring to take on today's elite fighters like Terence Crawford or Canelo Alvarez - even if he was given a $150m (£115m) pay day - but would lace up the gloves again for a money-spinning crossover fight.
Ever since Mayweather's 10th-round stoppage victory over UFC star McGregor back in 2017, there has been much talk of a rematch or a possible bout with another MMA fighter.
Floyd Mayweather has revealed he would be open to another money-spinning crossover fight
UFC champion Khabib has been heavily mentioned and reportedly turned down a $100m (£78m) offer to face Mayweather in Saudi Arabia back in August.
Mayweather, however, has admitted he is keen to fight either Khabib or McGregor in the near future.
Speaking onhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75-E60aWjGM, Mayweather said: ‘Conor McGregor can’t punch. He can’t punch. I was having fun. I was like, "Ah this dude's punches are so soft", it’s cool. I didn’t take no punches, I still got my faculties.
'$150m (£115m)? to fight any boxer? It's not enough, absolutely not. My health is more important.