Conor McGregor placed himself on a potential collision course with his mixed martial arts paymasters after refusing to rule out further boxing bouts following his defeat to Floyd Mayweather on Saturday.
The charismatic Irishman, a two-time Ultimate Fighting Championship world champion, performed creditably before eventually being stopped by boxing legend Mayweather in the 10th round at the T-Mobile Arena.
McGregor, 29, could pocket as much as $100 million from Saturday's fight, eclipsing his entire career MMA earnings in a single night's work.
While McGregor ended up being comfortably beaten by Mayweather, the MMA star -- who had never boxed in a professional bout before Saturday -- said he was open to continuing in the ring.
"I enjoyed the fight, It was a great contest," McGregor said. "People ask me what's next, I'm not quite sure. I've multiple titles in the UFC to think about.