Floyd Maywearther Jr. and Conor McGregor are rumored to resume their rivalry after their boxing bout in August last year. According to Omar Raisi of the Sports Journal in Dubai (hat tip to the Boxing Tribune), a source close to the situation told him the fight will be announced soon, and this time, it will be an MMA fight with limited rules.

Although it would be considered Mayweather’s debut as a mixed martial arts fighter, the second showdown with McGregor would be basically a boxing match on bare feet with no padding on the gloves. The rules allow fighters to wear the 4oz MMA glove, but kicks, takedowns, elbows and knee shots are illegal, making it a watered down version of an MMA fight.

Nevertheless, organizers believe they can still milk millions of dollars from the bout, given the success of their first encounter from a financial standpoint. The first fight earned over $600 million in total revenue and drew 4.3 million pay-per-view buys, which is only second to the 4.6 million PPV sales generated by Mayweather’s pound-for-pound showdown with Manny Pacquiao in 2015.

Jerwin Ancajas vs. Khalid Yafai on the horizon

Jerwin “Pretty Boy” Ancajas could be in for a major unification showdown later this year. However, that would only happen if the IBF Super Flyweight champ defeats fellow Filipino slugger Jonas Sultan in his fifth title defense, and United Kingdom’s Khalid Yafai beats David Carmona in a co-headlining bout in Fresno, California on May 26.

Top-Rank boss Bob Arum [VIDEO] revealed his plan to Filipino newspaper Tempo a couple of weeks ago.

It’s worth noting that Ancajas and Yafai fight under Arum’s Top-Rank Promotions banner, so it’s safe to say that negotiations for this unification fight won’t produce the same drama that the Canelo-GGG unification championship did.

Eddie Hearn, the promoter of Yafai, is also singing the same tune about a potential Ancajas-Yafai match in the near future. “After that fight, he has to have unification. So Ancajas is there; (WBO titleholder and THE RING Magazine champion Srisaket) Sor Rungvisai is there, all those guys. So there’s a good chance he’ll be on that card, and there’s also a good chance that Ancajas could be after.”

Errol Spence vs. Carlos Ocampo

IBF welterweight champion Errol Spence finally gets the chance to fight in the Big D, as he defends his title against Carlos Ocampo on June 6 at Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas. The Dallas native has long lobbied for a fight in front of his hometown fans since he captured the belt from Kell Brook last year.

This will be Spence’s second title defense of the IBF strap. Last January, he retired former welterweight champ Lamont Peterson in the seventh round of their championship fight in Brooklyn. Ocampo will be carrying an undefeated slate (22-0 with 13 KO's) into the ring, but it's clear that he has yet to face a fighter of this caliber.