Will it happen or will it not? The prospect of Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather throwing down has been on the table for almost a year now, with countless twists and turns along the way.
However, in recent weeks this has edged closer to becoming a reality.
Over the weekend, Mayweather announced that he is coming out of retirement to fight the Irishman, and that the bout will take place in June.
According to FloCombat, the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas has been put on hold for June 10.
This does not mean that the fight is certain to take place, as the venue is just on hold. However, as one of the most popular venues in the US, the MGM-owned arena would not be put aside for a summer Saturday night without good reason.
McGregor has fought in the T-Mobile once before, at UFC 202 in his decision victory over Nate Diaz. The arena, which holds around 20,000, is well equipped to hold a fight of this magnitude.