Connor McGregor versus Floyd Mayweather was billed as the biggest fight in combat sports history. The fight took place at T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada, on August 26th, 2017. It’s apparently up in the air whether we will see part two.

Fight Hype previously reported that both sides were in talks for a potential rematch five years in the making. McGregor even teased the fight last week in a since-deleted Instagram post.

UFC President Dana White, however, is not a fan of the idea. Dana appeared on The Jim Rome Show on Monday. When asked about the possibility of a rematch between the Notorious and Money, Dana simply scoffed at the idea.

“Not me. I’m not talking about that.”

The crossover recorded the second highest pay-per-view buy rate in the history of combat sports. The fight saw Mayweather extend his professional boxing undefeated streak to 50 victories and zero defeats.

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Manik Aftab

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