Conor McGregor is Looking for an MMA Fight Next

Conor McGregor is Looking for an MMA Fight Next

There hasn't been much talk about what the UFC Lightweight Title holder may do next, but the answer seems to lie in an MMA fight.

Unsurprisingly, all three richest fights involve unbeaten champ Money Mayweather, who called time on his illustrious career with a flawless 50-0 record after the McGregor stoppage in August.

McGregor was hanging out with his girlfriend Dee Devlin in New York City when he was quizzed about his future and speculations regarding his potential boxing against Pacquiao, TMZ reported.

When TMZ asked McGregor about boxing in general, he responded, "I think a true fight is what I want to do next. a real fight".

However, if McGregor was to opt to have another boxing match instead, an intriguing option is available for him, as Manny Pacquiao has stated recently he would be interested in boxing against him. "A real fight", McGregor said while signing autographs.

Despite rumblings that Manny Pacquiao is angling for a boxing match against Conor McGregor, The Notorious isn't keen on entering the ring again next.

McGregor, however, is under contract with the UFC and the organisation's president Dana White shut down any chance of that happening.

As WBC minimumweight champion Wanheng Menayothin (49-0) closes on his ideal 50-0 record, Mayweather may well get itchy knuckles to fight again, although the only way to stave off the Thai scrapper would be to once again trade blows in a boxing ring.

In the 10th, Mayweather moved in for kill pinning a visibly worn out McGregor against the ropes and landing a flurry of punches when the referee stepped in to stop the fight.

Showtime added that global revenues, including ticket sales, sponsorship and worldwide distribution, exceeded $600m (£450.42m).

However, McGregor made it clear that Pacquiao will not be his next order of business.

"If we can negotiate it, I have no problem". So if he wants to, lets f***ing do it.

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