The potential fight between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather Jr. still hasn't been confirmed, but it has Dana White's blessing.
The UFC president discussed the high-profile bout with TMZ Sports on Wednesday, saying it is still a possibility.
"It doesn't make a lot of sense for my business," White said. "But I would never keep Conor from making that kind of money."
Per the Daily Mail's Jeff Powell, recent rumors suggested the superstars booked the T-Mobile Arena for June 10, but White said it "has nothing to do with us."
Mayweather retired on top of the boxing world in 2015 with a 49-0 record, although the 40-year-old recently told FightHype he has come out of retirement for a bout against the Irishman:
McGregor is still active in the UFC and is the reigning lightweight champion, holding a 21-3 record in his career. While his experience has exclusively been in mixed martial arts, he is known for his punching ability and believes he could succeed as a boxer against one of the best ever.
The challenge has been finding common ground for the two to enter the ring. White offered the pair $25 million each plus a share of the pay-per-view profits, per Damon Martin of Fox Sports, although Mayweather laughed it off.
There seems to be enough momentum for a megafight to take place eventually; fans will just be left wondering when it will happen.