Conor McGregor responds to Floyd Mayweather's rematch comments by brutally trolling him over window advert

CONOR MCGREGOR has mocked Floyd Mayweather after the legendary boxer revealed he's open to rematching the UFC superstar.

The Notorious has been itching to share the ring with Money again ever since their 2017 showdown.

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Mayweather, 44, recently gave the Irishman fresh hope of exacting revenge by admitting he's open to trading blows again.

McGregor took to social media less than 12 hours after Mayweather's revelation – but he made no mention of a potential rematch.

Instead, The Notorious posted a video of Mayweather advertising a UK window company on his Instagram page

McGregor's accompanying caption read: "It’s a big bargain over at Love Windows U.K, guys!

"Make sure check it out."

The post had a slew of McGregor fans in stitches, one of whom asked: "Damn, how broke is he?


Another said: "Slap head windows for sale."

Along with a barrage of laughing emojis, one of McGregor's followers said: "For f**k sake."

Despite mocking Mayweather's recent advertising gig, McGregor's interest will no doubt have been piqued by the former five-weight world champion's comments.

When asked if he's open fighting the UFC's poster boy again, Mayweather told Showtime Sports: "Absolutely. He easy."

He added: "The beef is all these guys look up to me, steal my blueprint and then get to hating on me."

Before the pair can think about doing battle again, they must first get through their respective upcoming bouts.

Mayweather is just days away from clashing with YouTube star Logan Paul, whom he'll meet in an exhibition bout in Miami on Monday morning.

McGregor, meanwhile, is currently gearing up for a trilogy fight with former interim UFC lightweight champion Dustin Poirier.

The pair's rubber match will headline UFC 264 on July 10 and will be held in front of a sold-out crowd at Las Vegas' T-Mobile Arena.

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