Dana White speaks on potential Mayweather-McGregor rematch.

In a recent interview, Dana White was asked about his thoughts on a potential rematch between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather.

Thomas Miller

In a recent appearance on TV show Pardon My Take UFC President Dana White received a question regarding his thoughts on the potential Mayweather-McGregor rematch. Although Floyd has proclaimed numerous times that he is officially retired from boxing, rumors continue to surround "Money" Mayweather and a potential rematch with Irishmen Conor McGregor. When asked about the potential rematch White stated, "I never say never but I doubt it."

In the most hyped fight in recent history earlier this year, Mayweather defeated McGregor by K.O. in the 10th round after the official called the fight. The win brought "Money" Mayweather's record to an unmatched 50-0. Fans are hoping Floyd will come out of retirement once again to rematch McGregor to settle the beef once and for all. After all, Floyd has claimed that he is "retiring" multiple times only to be lured back into the ring.

I would rather he did not [box again]. This isn't what he does. He's a mixed martial artist, he's better when he uses all of his weapons. I think he did great tonight but I want to see him back in the UFC. I'm ready to get back to the UFC. I was back there with him and we're not talking about fighting tonight. When he's ready he'll let me know.