Since beating Donald Cerrone in Ufc 246 on Saturday by Conor McGregor, Floyd Mayweather Jr. made a potential return to Instagram for boxing and MMA stars in 2020. Money Mayweather had a ludicrous poster to fight minutes after the easy McGregor victory. President Dana White of UFC later said that Mayweather had met him last night, Brett Okamoto of ESPN. Within the starting minute, McGregor celebrated his coming back to the Octagon in the form of knocking out Cerrone. It was his first UFC win since he hit Eddie Alvarez in 2016, winning the Lightweight Division and making himself the first UFC championship boxer in history. That was the last time in almost two years we saw the notorious in the UFC. The Irishman chose to meet Mayweather in the boxing ring in the year 2017 rather than defend his title. The cross-over event was the most profitable event in history, after Mayweather and the long-standing competitor Manny Pacquiao, by Forbes ‘Kurt Badenhausen. The cross-over event. That was the biggest payout of Mayweather and, after a 10th round ko, he took his record up to 50-0, still the most perfect record in the history of boxing. The 54-0 Wanheng Menayothin has now been broken. It was more challenging than expected that Mayweather vs McGregor could fight, but Money faced some early difficulties in the last round cruising. Relatively little has been said about a rematch, but the social media post of Mayweather could make that difference. Artem Lobow has a date in mind already for McGregor’s long-term workout partner. The McGregor and White also shared their expectation that the Infamous will fight three times in 2020 according to Morgan Campbell of the New York Times. As potential opponents are Mayweather, Khabib Nurmagomedov, Jorge Masvidal and even Packiao.
The professional boxing match between the unbeaten 11-time five division champion world boxing Floyd Mayweather Jr., the world’s two divisions mixed martial arts King (MMA) and, in the span of time, UFC Lightweight King Conor McGregor, was fledgling Mayweather jr. versus conor McGregor, also known as “the Money Battle” and “The biggest battle in the combat sport era.” The fighting took place on 26 August 2017, at the Light Middleweight (154 lbs; 69.9 kg) at T-Mobile Stadium, Paradise, Nevadia. The show was scheduled for 12 rounds and the second biggest pay per view in history.
Mayweather stretched his professional unfeatured boxing line to 50 wins, 0 losses (50–0), beating the Famer Rocky Marciano Hall’s 49–0 record, after the loss of McGregor in the 10th round by technical knockouts (TKO). The guaranteed pay check of Mayweather was 100 million dollars, and the guaranteed pay test of McGregor was 30 million dollars. However, it had been expected that the bag for the two fighters will be significantly higher for each, with Mayweather earning $275 million and McGregor receiving $130 million.