GEORGES ST-PIERRE has revealed talks to fight Floyd Mayweather – but will only do so in a mixed-rules bout.
Mayweather officially retired in 2017 after beating UFC superstar Conor McGregor in ten rounds.
But the boxing icon has continued to fight in exhibitions, against stars of the MMA and social media world.
Now UFC legend St-Pierre, 41, is the latest to be linked with a bout against Mayweather, 45.
But the Canadian refuses to be restricted to using just his hands as he demanded a hybrid fight with kicks or takedowns included.
St-Pierre told TSN: “The biggest name in boxing came up to me, to fight me in boxing.
“I told him, ‘For me it’s a question of honour, it’s not of money. You cannot buy me.’
“They asked me to box the biggest boxer of our time. I said to them, ‘It’s either you let me use my legs or the takedown!’
“I’m like well it’s one or the other, I’m not going to fight the best boxer for money.
“For me, if they want to fight me, they have to accept my terms. There needs to be a fair compromise, 50-50 compromise.”
St-Pierre has not fought since 2017 when he beat Michael Bisping and retired two years later when talks to fight Khabib Nurmagomedov collapsed.
He was in line to face boxing legend Oscar de la Hoya in 2021 but was prohibited due to his UFC contract still being active.
GSP’s deal is now up, meaning he is free to fight in either boxing or MMA again and has refused to rule out a return.
Meanwhile, Mayweather made his UK boxing debut in February dominating reality TV star-turned boxer Aaron Chalmers, 35, over eight rounds.