Conor McGregor just can’t help himself when an opportunity arises to take a shot at Floyd Mayweather.The UFC lightweight champion flew into Las Vegas this week for a meeting with the Nevada State Athletic Commission, but his trip also sparked rumors that he had reached an agreement in principle with Mayweather for a proposed super fight with the 49-0 boxer.Unfortunately those rumors were unfounded as UFC president Dana White later confirmed when speaking to TMZ saying “there is no deal”.That statement was followed by one from Mayweather, who took to social media to explain his side of the story after reports surfaced that he had agreed to a financial arrangement for the fight with McGregor.”Although there has been several rumors circulating through media suggesting that I will have an upcoming fight, I’d like to set the record straight and state that there has been no deals made on my behalf in regards to a bout with any fighter at this time,” Mayweather wrote. “I am happily retired and enjoying my life. Res



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