Dana White maintains that Floyd Mayweather could possibly fight in UFC

Dana White maintains that Floyd Mayweather could possibly fight in UFC

Of course, White also said GSP would never come back, there would never be a women's division, and the UFC wasn't being sold.

With Conor McGregor's year-end return off the table, UFC President Dana White is shifting his attention to another high season for pay-per-view business.

In recent weeks, Floyd Mayweather has teased the possibility of a fight inside the UFC Octagon.

Just a month later, St-Pierre vacated the belt after being diagnosed with a condition called colitis - a chronic, inflammatory bowel disease - that he believes may have been caused by packing on so much weight to compete at 185 pounds. Prior to that announcement, White stated he would be "super pissed" if St-Pierre refused to defend the title, and that he was contractually obligated to do so.

"He ain't fighting Conor McGregor", White said.

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"I did not believe McGregor-Mayweather would happen and it did", White added. We both knew what was going on.

"So, I don't know". I've been asking for that fight for over a year and a half now", Zahabi said, according to Express Sport, adding, "I don't think it's a insane fight. "I think he jumped in, grabbed some cash and went back to Canada".

When Conor McGregor conquered Eddie Alvarez back in November 2016 nobody would have predicted he'd be out of action over two years later. "It would probably be the biggest fight in UFC history and MMA history and that record wouldn't be broken for ten years".

We asked White if he's the guy who can get an Anthony Joshua vs. Deontay Wilder fight done - he didn't say no.

Initial plans were to have Conor McGregor fight this weekend. "If he wants to come back, [UFC welterweight champion] Tyron Woodley or [middleweight champion] Robert Whittaker is waiting for him".