Conor McGregor isn't giving in to Floyd Mayweather as the pair attempt to agree terms on what would be fighting's first billion dollar bout.
Mayweather said reports of a deal being done between him and the UFC champion and that he was happy for now in retirement in a statement on Tuesday night.
But McGregor is in Las Vegas and continuing to call out the 49-0 star.
"I am in Las Vegas. Floyd has retired on my arrival," McGregor tweeted early on Wednesday morning.
Mayweather, the undefeated, five-division former world champion has been out of the ring since he beat Andre Berto in 2015.
But it's believed the financial lure of an all-star clash with McGregor may be too good to turn down.
The 39-year-old has reportedly been in discussions to take on the UFC's pound-for-pound superstar in a boxing ring, but moved to clarify the situtation.
"There seems to be several rumours floating around the media recently however, let the record show, there hasn't been any deals made in regards to a fight between myself and any other fighters," Mayweather said in a statement on social media.
"I am happily retired and enjoying life at this time. If any changes are to come, be sure that I will be the first to let the world to know."