The MMA debut of Floyd Mayweather Jr. might not happen anytime soon. In a recent interview with TMZ Sports, Mayweather noted that he is currently not focused on the crossover as he has other business commitments to take care of.
The undefeated boxer also went on to remind everyone about how unpredictable he is.
“I’m so busy, I got so many different things going on, on the outside. If you haven’t heard, I’m building the tallest building in New York City. I’m one of the investors, I invested nine figures, actually. I’m not thinking about fighting right now. Two weeks from now, you can do an interview with me because I can contradict myself. I’m only human.So, two weeks from now, you ask me the question, guess what I’m gonna say, ‘I’m fighting in MMA.’ And then two months from then, I’mma say ‘I’m not fighting in MMA, I’m not fighting in boxing. Actually I don’t know what I’m doing, but I do know one thing: I’m paid,” he said. (via Bloody Elbow)
The 41-year-old had teased a crossover to MMA back in January. Mayweather last fought back in August 2017 when he defeated former UFC Lightweight champion Conor McGregor in a boxing match via a tenth-round RKO.