Undefeated boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather claims he is open to making a return to the professional arena for high-profile boxing matchups with Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov, so long as he pockets a cool $600 million.

Mayweather hasn’t competed in a professional bout since his August 2017 victory against McGregor and has since teased a return to the ring in what would be highly lucrative showdowns with both UFC superstars.

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Rumors of a Mayweather return were stoked when he was spotted sitting courtside at an NBA game alongside UFC president Dana White last year, prompting speculation that the pair were conspiring to arrange a sequel of his match with McGregor or even a bout with the Russian champion.

When it comes to the fight game, though, money talks and speaking at a DKM Promotions event in the UK, Mayweather outlined exactly what it would take for him to get back into the ring and risk his unbeaten record.

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