There won't be Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor Rematch; Confirms McGregor

Jack Ol
Mon Feb,2018
There won't be Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor Rematch; Confirms McGregor Boxing

Conor McGregor recently confirmed that Floyd Mayweather had withdrawn the negotiations of a possible MMA fight against him. The Notorious took Instagram to announce that the former boxing champion is “out of these current fight negotiations," and has decided to continue with his retirement.

"I am happy for Floyd and his recent announcement that he is out of these current fight negotiations." McGregor wrote. "It is the reason I never seeked the rematch in the first place. I was happy for him in retirement. My game is a very unforgiving one. It is not like other games. I understand completely him staying retired. I will now carry on in my negotiations and see where it goes."

Making fun of Mayweather, McGregor called him 'son' and ended his words writing, "Have a great retirement Junior. Now come here and give your old man a hug for old times sake. I'm proud of you son. 
Yours truly,
Senior. "

The Irishman fought Mayweather, age 40, on August 26 under boxing rules and faced a defeat via TKO in the tenth round. It is the only match, McGregor has appeared since his victory over Eddie Alvarez. He has also not faced the first title defense match for 463 days since UFC 205 in December 2016.

Well, it must be a bad news for UFC fans as they were eagerly waiting for Mayweather VS McGregor in the Octagon. However, there is a good news too. McGregor is set to make his comeback to the UFC this year.