Conor McGregor just gave the fans another teaser of a Floyd Mayweather Jr. rematch as he took his thoughts about boxing to Twitter.

A week ago, Mayweather CEO Leonard Ellerbe sent McGregor a message regarding a rematch with his boxer. Ellerbe clearly said that he cannot speak for Mayweather at this point, but McGregor is definitely welcome for another "ass-whooping," MMA Fighting reported.

The Mayweather talks started during one of McGregor’s recent interviews. Mystic Mac said a lot of things about boxing and even broke down Mayweather's fighting style and how we would beat the undefeated boxing champ when they face each other again.

And now, McGregor seems to be serious about returning to the boxing ring as he took his thought to Twitter, mentioning Mayweather once again. The UFC star called out Mayweather with an intentionally wrong name. Given that McGregor is a master when it comes to taunting, it just simply means that McGregor does not care about Mayweather’s name and that all that matters is that all of the people in the boxing industry will get his message.

Despite all this hot air about Mayweather and his boxing comeback, McGregor is technically still under the UFC. In fact, he was scheduled for what should have been a comeback fight with another UFC star, Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone, but for some reason, problems with the negotiations forced the promotion to postpone the fight.

Sources claimed that McGregor has once again been opting for equity in the UFC, an issue that has been closed by UFC President Dana White by saying it will never happen. It has also been said that the UFC did not only say no to McGregor’s bizarre request, but they are also demanding the former UFC two-division champion to give up the main event slot of the card.

McGregor seems to be really after the money, and the UFC has been having a bit of a problem with that whenever they negotiate with Mystic Mac. Relatively, sources assumed that this issue between McGregor and the UFC about money could have been the only reason why the former keeps looking at boxing as an option, MMA Mania noted.

Should all this boxing comeback talks from McGregor turn out to be true, there is an array of big names that could possibly be linked to the UFC star.

Former WBC title holder Keith Thurman reportedly just called out McGregor, and rumors that Filipino boxing legend Manny Pacquiao may fight McGregor was also hot topic in the past.

Floyd Mayweather Conor McGregor (L-R) Floyd Mayweather Jr. throws a punch at Conor McGregor during their super welterweight boxing match on August 26, 2017 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo: Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images