Floyd Mayweather agrees to Conor McGregor rematch – "I’ll whip your ass again!"

Floyd Mayweather has agreed to a fight with Conor McGregor, promising to ‘whip his a**’ if he gets paid.

The American has been retired since he last stepped into the ring against the UFC hero three years ago.

But rumours emerged of a return to fighting for the 43-year-old after a snap with Dana White.

And Money has spoken out on the possibility of taking on the Notorious for a rematch.

Speaking to TMZ Sports, he said: “Man if they pay I’m there to play.

“And if they’re paying cash Conor I’ll whip your ass… again.

“I do what I do everywhere, I pick up money I get paid to tell my story.”

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The pair last fought each other at the T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, in August 2017.

McGregor started off dynamically but Mayweather was able to tire him down.

And the American landed a TKO in the 10th round to end the fight.

The American went on to give his own assessment of the bout against UFC’s star man.

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“I took it serious, but I wanted to have some fun in the fight and I wanted to entertain the people,” Mayweather added.

“You have to give the people a show, so I gave the people a show.

“If I wanted to go out there and f*** him up and blaze him right out the gate, I could’ve did that.

“But my thing is this, if I would’ve did that, then it wouldn’t be probably a part two.”

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McGregor made an incredible return to UFC last month, knocking out Donald Cerrone in just 46 seconds.

White, who helped organise the first fight between the pair, speculated on a rematch with Money at the post-fight press conference.

And Mayweather teased a rematch between the fighters on Instagram within minutes of the knockdown.

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