G-Unit‘s 50 Cent wants to see Floyd Mayweather Jr. lace up one more time. The hip-hop superstar has announced his interest in getting Money Mayweather come out of retirement to fight UFC champion Conor McGregor.
Fif went to Instagram Thursday (January 12) and dished on wanting to see this bout happen.
In mid-December, Mayweather trolled McGregor on his Instagram page.
A few weeks prior, Conor made headlines after landing a California boxing license.
“He got a license today and a federal ID,” California State Athletic Commission executive officer Andy Foster confirmed with MMAFighting.com. “He’s a California boxer now.” This news comes just days after the UFC unceremoniously stripped McGregor of his 145-pound title, which he won less than 12 months ago, and named Jose Aldo the new champion. He remains the UFC lightweight champion. (MMA Fighting)
In November, Mayweather publicly shut down the media’s McGregor comparisons.
“I didn’t know Conor McGregor was undefeated,” Floyd told a paparazzo when compared to him. “I didn’t know he had a reign in the MMA for 20 years and was undefeated and was world champion in five different weight classes. So I guess you guys are telling me something new if you’re saying he’s the Floyd Mayweather of the MMA. I mean, if you’re saying he’s the Floyd Mayweather of the MMA, I’m trying to find out. Have you ever made $300 million in one night? Have you ever made $100 million in one night? Have you ever made $70 million in one night?” (TMZ)