Dana White reveals if Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor rematch could make sense

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"Now it's time for him to reciprocate and come fight in the octagon".

Just recently, Mayweather posted several videos showing him stepping inside an MMA cage as if to tease that he's actually considering a move to a new sport after a 50-0 career in boxing.

Dana White isn't against the idea of UFC superstar Conor McGregor fighting boxing legend Floyd Mayweather again, but only if it takes place under MMA rules this time around.

McGregor and Mayweather have been jabbing at each other over social media for weeks, leading to speculation that they were already working towards a potential rematch.

Mayweather stopped UFC kingpin McGregor in the 10th round of an eye-wateringly lucrative boxing bout in Las Vegas in August 2017 and talk of a possible rematch to "The Money Fight' has predictably bubbled away ever since".

"I can do a three or four fight deal in the Octagon and make a billion dollars".

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He said on TalkSPORT earlier this week: "My soundings are that there are a lot of talks going on in the background, there are a lot of talks around people with Mayweather".

"People will tune in to see Mayweather get stopped by Conor McGregor, and it won't affect his boxing record".

"We went over and boxed him, the UFC and Conor McGregor".

McGregor would surely love another crack at Money Mayweather, especially on his own turf, and the fans would undoubtedly pay to see it. McGregor has not fought in the UFC since he won the Lightweight belt against Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205.

McGregor is believed to have made $100 million total for that fight when you include salary and sponsors, while Mayweather hinted at making $400 million. UFC President Dana White previously told ESPN: "We're talking to Floyd about doing a UFC deal".