- Floyd Mayweather has claimed he will challenge Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov on the same day
- The 41-year-old is set to make a return into the ring in 2020 and will face both UFC superstars
- Mayweather's last competitive fight was against McGregor in 2017 where he extended his unbeaten run to 51 matches
Floyd Mayweather is reportedly set to do the unthinkable as the undefeated boxer claims he would face Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov on the same day.
The American pugilist will return to the ring in 2020 after his last fight with McGregor ended in a tenth round stoppage in 2017.
And Mayweather has told Drink Chimps that himself and UFC chief Dana White are planning to stage a fight with Conor and Khabib on the same day.
I even talked about fighting Khabib and Conor in the same day.
"Khabib in the day and Conor at night. You pay one fee, probably $250, and you get both fights."
However, Khabib's father, Abdulmanap has revealed that his son will have to defend his lightweight title against against Tony Ferguson in April then prepare to face Mayweather
Abdulmanap told TACC: "Mayweather has statistics on fights of 50 wins and zero losses, he is the greatest in boxing.
“He wants to fight with the same champion who did not lose a single fight, Khabib, everything is fine, but now we have Tony Ferguson on the line.
“We said a long time ago: let us finish with Tony, after that we will work with the team of Ukrainian boxer Vasily Lomachenko for six months, then there will be a boxing fight.
"We offer any day anywhere, with only one condition - 11 rounds in boxing and one in mixed martial arts.
“We will stand 11 rounds against the best boxer, so why not go one round according to the rules of MMA with us? But all things will happen after Tony."
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh had earlier reported that Manny Pacquiao is the best boxer of the 21st century.
According to the Ranker's list, the Filipino is the only boxer who have held belts in four different decades of the sport.
Mayweather whose unbeaten record still stands at 51-0 came second and the likes of Gennady Golovkin, Roy Jones Jr, and Vladmir Klitchko complete the top five spot.
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Source: Yen News