Despite being retired from boxing, the rumors keep flooding in for Floyd Mayweather to get in the ring again, whether it's against MMA/UFC superstar Conor McGregor or on-the-rise boxing KO artist Gennady "GGG" Golovkin.
It looks like GGG is very likely to face Canelo Alvarez next, who is coming off a knockout victory over Amir Khan. However, that doesn't stop the Mayweather vs GGG rumors.
Mayweather explains why he won't fight GGG, as well as the racial double-standards involved with the sport of boxing:
Mayweather has fought at around 154 pounds before, and it looks like GGG is easily willing to move down to that weight to fight Floyd. However, it's pretty risky at this point in his career for Mayweather to accept such a fight.
Sure, there is a chance he could move up to 50-0, but this is the most likely fight where Mayweather could receive the first L of his Hall of Fame career.
Probably best to stay retired, for his brand's sake of course.