Mayweather and Conor have almost agreed on a rematch. Floyd’s professional record will be on stake

Arthur Vardanian
According to The Sun, boxing legend Floyd Mayweather and former UFC champion Conor McGregor are close to a rematch.

Floyd Mayweather, Conor McGregor

Conor will only agree to a fight if Floyd puts his professional record on the line. This fight will not be an exhibition fight but an official one. It will take place at 70.3kg. That’s what’s known now.

It will be Floyd’s last time in the ring, so it can’t be missed. The deal is close to being finalised. The two sides have agreed on personal terms. It will be the final show, and yes – Floyd’s record will be on the line.

Mayweather sees this as the end of his era and the beginning of the Gervonta Davis era. He believes it will be the biggest night of boxing we will ever see.

He said people had better get ready for something exciting. At the moment there is controversy over the number of rounds – Conor’s team wants 10. But the deal is definitely close to being finalised,” a source said.

Mayweather defeated McGregor by technical knockout in the tenth round in 2017.

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