Conor McGregor wants a cage fight with Floyd Mayweather

Conor McGregor found himself in a bit of hot water after being captured on camera using a gay slur during a conversation with teammate Artem Lobov after his loss to Andre Fili at UFC Fight Night 118.

Dana White is in town for this weekend's UFC 217 showdown at Madison Square Garden, which sees Georges St. Pierre (25-2) return after almost four years of retirement to challenge red hot Michael Bisping (31-7) for the middleweight belt.

"We're planning on it".

We showed him tattoos to see if he could pair the permanent body stickers with the fighter who owns them.

When asked how she found having the cameras around them 24/7, Margaret said, "I'm getting kind of a bit used to it now, the only thing is you always have to try always look your best!"

'They've got to entice me now because I came from a billion dollar fight so they've got to entice me with something, ' he said. So we're at the contract negotiation stage.

"I want equity, I want pay-per-view".

"You have to entice me now. I want to be a promoter and I want to be a fighter for me to continue". Much more than that though, McGregor is a personality who is hard to ignore and is admired within and without the world of UFC for his unrivalled passion, dedication and commitment.

So McGregor has reportedly drawn a proverbial line in the sand for new UFC owners Endeavor (formerly WME-IMG), and after they let him take the entirety of 2017 off MMA to fight Floyd Mayweather a boxing ring, they most likely aren't going to be too happy about the position he's now put them in.

Referring to a possible Mayweather rematch, he added: "He's retired". Jones' punishment could extend up to four years. I want to be true partners in this, similar to the way I was in the Floyd [Mayweather] fight. "I'm certainly interested in that".

"I will defend my lightweight belt and then boxing is certainly an interesting one, no doubt".

"The red carpet and pre interviews and the entire event will be beamed across cinemas worldwide AND nationwide before the film even begins!"