Mayweather laughs off McGregor rematch, calls his camp 'circus clowns'
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Floyd Mayweather Jr. continues to brush off talk of another fight against Conor McGregor.

The 50-0 boxer and his crew had a good laugh this week when asked by TMZ Sports about McGregor's manager expressing interest in a rematch.

"These kids are some circus clowns," he said. "You know, they can't f--- with Money May ... They gonna keep coming my way. At the end of the day, I keep laughing, I keep living, I keep going to the bank."

Asked how much money it would take to make the fight happen, Mayweather made it clear he's in a good position financially.

Mayweather last saw action on Dec. 31 when he defeated Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa by TKO in the first round of an exhibition bout.

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