After the match, Mayweather announced his retirement, leaving the sport with a 50-0 career record.
"This was my last fight, ladies and gentleman," Mayweather said after the fight.
Floyd: "This was my last fight tonight." #MayweatherMcGregor— Bleacher Report MMA (@BR_MMA) August 27, 2017
He was asked if he would consider coming out of retirement for a fight if he was given another massive payday. He responded by saying Saturday night's fight was "for sure" his last.
Mayweather reportedly banked $100 million for the fight with the possibility of earning up to $250 million if the pay-per-views exceeded 4.6 million, according to Yahoo.
"He's a tough competitor. I think we gave the fans what they wanted to see. I owed them for the Pacquio fight," he said, adding, "If I'm not mistaken, I guaranteed everyone this fight wouldn't go the distance."
McGregor also took to the media shortly after to share some of his words for Mayweather, saying, he turned him into a "Mexican."
"What can I say, I had a bit of fun over this side. I thought it was close. I get a bit wobbly when I'm tired. there was a lot on the line and I should have been allowed to continue. Early on I was handy enough. He was composed, fifty pro fights will give you that. I've been strangled on live TV and let it go. But f--- it, it was a great buzz."
He goes on to say that the man should have let him go and put him down, adding he was "tired."
"It was fatigue and I get wobbly. Let me wobble back to my corner. You've got to put me down. Happy to perform for a different crowd and to be here draped in the flag," he said.
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