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Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor 'in talks' over £1.3billion deal for mega-fights

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Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor are reportedly in talks over a second boxing match and an unbelievable MMA encounter.The pair first came to blows in their illustrious 2017 ‘Money Fight’ which proved to be a jaw-dropping financial success, generating around £446million.

Ever since their bout in Las Vegas, winner Mayweather has embarked on another financially ludicrous venture; fighting as many exhibition matches as possible, taking on the likes of Logan Paul, Japanese MMA fighter Mikuru Asakura, former sparring partner Don Moore, and will soon take on YouTuber Deji Olatunji.However, he has never competed in a fight under MMA rules and could do so for the first time against UFC icon McGregor, according to The Sun.

This purported bout would reportedly take place after another boxing brawl against the Irishman.READ MORE: Floyd Mayweather demanded mega fee to go on podcast - despite his enormous net worthSources close to Mayweather understand the pair are now in talks about two lucrative bouts to take place next year. “Floyd is now in talks to step over into Octagon if the money is right," a source said to the Sun. “They are now looking to sign a two-fight contract worth $1.5bn (£1.3bn)."The plan is that one fight will take place in Abu Dhabi and the other in Saudi Arabia.

So there will be a boxing fight and also an MMA fight under MMA rules.”"Floyd and Conor's teams are in talks all this week.” It is also understood that both bouts would also be for official record in boxing and MMA.

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