Mayweather Reacts To Khabib: CBS, SHO - Get The Checkbook!

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Floyd Mayweather Jr. has joined Khabib Nurmagomedov in talking up the possibility of a money-spinning bout.

Following Khabib's threat to leave the UFC last week, 50 Cent has been trying to get the Russian fighter to join his fighting league at Bellator.

And the Russian has received various offers as he waits to learn of possible penalties, with Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson set to meet the 30-year-old over a possible Bellator fight.

Khabib was alongside Mayweather's friend and CEO of his promotional company Leonard Ellerbe of Mayweather Promotions at the time where he said there can only be one king.

The boxing great took to Instagram to respond to Nurmagomedov's challenge.

'CBS, Showtime and MGM Grand get the checkbook [sic] out, ' he wrote. Khabib Nurmagomedov is now in dispute with the UFC following the brawl that took place after the main event at UFC 229. "50-0 vs 27-0. Two guys, never lose", Nurmagomedov says in the video.

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Mayweather did not knock down McGregor during their fight past year, but appeared to be toying with his opponent in the early rounds. Let's go. Why not? Because in the jungle only one king, only one king. "Let's fight. Let's go".

Meanwhile, the next fight of Nurmagomedov's teammate, Zubaira Tukhugov, reportedly was canceled following his role in the brawl that ensued after the Nurmagomedov-McGregor fight.

The suspensions are due to start October 15, pending a hearing on October 24, during which NSAC officials will consider whether the two fighters will be banned for good.

According to Conor McGregor's longtime coach John Kavanagh, the Irish superstar has already began game planning for a second fight with Nurmagomedov.

I'm not saying that winning an immediate rematch is beyond him, but I do believe that it would benefit Conor if he were to recapture his rhythm with a tune-up of sorts.

Nevertheless, just how much do you know about The Notorious One?