Boxing great Floyd Mayweather Jr. seemed to announce a rematch with Conor McGregor after the Irish star’s devastating return to the UFC.
McGregor needed just 40 seconds to stop Donald Cerrone via a brutal TKO at UFC 246 in Las Vegas on Saturday. He reminded the world of his skills in the Octagon in his long-awaited comeback from a submission loss to Khabib Nurmagomedov in 2018.
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After McGregor’s exploits, Mayweather teased a second blockbuster bout with McGregor via social media, uploading a “Mayweather McGregor 2, 2020” poster image on Instagram.
Not long after, McGregor posted another photo, this time with McGregor’s UFC rival Khabib Nurmagomedov.
While it’s unclear if Mayweather is just trolling the world, could he be hinting at what the future has in store for him?
Mayweather, 42, stopped McGregor in the 10th round when the UFC superstar made his professional boxing debut in August 2017.
The unbeaten (50-0) boxing legend retired for the third time after that bout, but he announced last November that he would resume his career yet again in 2020 for a “spectacular event.”