Once again, Floyd Mayweather is coming out of retirement.

Late Thursday night the undefeated boxer took to social media and told his followers and fans that he was coming out of retirement next year.

Yup, he is coming out for another cash-grab.

But that wasn’t all. Mayweather also posted a picture of himself and UFC president Dana White sitting courtside. In the description he mentioned that the pair have been working on a project that’s looking like it will pit boxer vs MMA fighter.

Of course, Mayweather will be the one to step into the ring, or maybe the Octagon, against one of the UFC’s top fighters.

White reposted both of Mayweather’s photos on his own Instagram account, confirming the news that they are working on something big for 2020.

“Eventually I will move on to build my brand in MMA but for right now I’m in boxing, and boxing will always be at the top as long as I’m involved,” was all Mayweather said last Saturday.

This wouldn’t be the first time the boxer nicknamed “Money” has crossed paths with the UFC. He fought former UFC two division champion Conor McGregor in 2017 with both fighters collecting lucrative cheques.

As of this writing, there are no specific details that have been disclosed for the apparent 2020 event.

At some point, Floyd Mayweather will retire for good, right?