Mayweather Puts MMA Plans On Hold

Even though he was all set to train with UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley, it seems Floyd Mayweather is putting his MMA plans on hold.

“I’m so busy, I got so many different things going on, on the outside,” Mayweather said in an interview covered by TMZ. “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.”

For now, Mayweather is putting any possibility of a fight to the side, but may easily change his tune in the next few weeks or months.

“I’m not thinking about fighting right now,” he said. “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.”

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