Conor McGregor has hit back at Floyd Mayweather's claim that the pair are in talks over another money-spinning fight and insists he's "not interested" in a rematch.

Back in 2017, Mayweather defeated McGregor to raise his professional record to 50-0.

Since that time, neither man has engaged in professional boxing; Mayweather has only competed in lucrative demonstration fights, while McGregor has resumed his UFC career.

However, Mayweather has his heart set on a rematch with McGregor and says talks regarding a prospective fight are still going on between the two camps.

The Daily Mail quoted Mayweather as saying: "I want to go out there this weekend and have fun, then I have another exhibition Dubai in November and me and Conor McGregor in 2023."

"We don't know if it's going to be an exhibition of a real fight. But there's been talks of both. I would prefer an exhibition."

"So, guys like Conor McGregor and guys that don't really hit hard such as YouTubers or UFC guys, I don't really mind colliding with those kinds of individuals but nothing where I am going to put myself in a position where I am going to harm myself or hurt myself."

McGregor, meanwhile, has shot down the notion of a follow-up match with Mayweather.

The Irishman posted a photo from their first encounter on Instagram with the comment "Not interested."

Then, in order to obscure Mayweather, he tweeted a second picture of the fight while tagging the accounts of his numerous commercial ventures and sports alliances.