'Don't Count Anything Out': Dana White Meeting With Team Mayweather Over Floyd's UFC Shot

Some more credibility has just been slapped all over the idea of the retired boxer transitioning to the Octagon.

Floyd Mayweather Jr.
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Earlier this month, UFC President Dana White reported that Floyd Mayweather Jr. may be interested in taking his talents to the UFC for a potential fight against Conor McGregor—and possibly a couple more bouts against other UFC fighters. White doubled down on this statement during an appearance on Undisputed, saying that he's going to meet with Mayweather’s camp.

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If we’ve learned anything from Mayweather over the years, it’s that the guy knows how to make money. And he believes that it’s very possible to cash in on a billion dollars if he decides to make the jump to UFC for a few fights.

Although talks seem relatively docile at the moment, remember that Mayweather is almost 41 years old, so if a multi-fight deal is going to happen, it’s going to be sooner rather than later.