UFC president Dana White has hinted that the proposed fight between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather may never happen.
The superfight has been in the pipeline for more than year, but negotiations between the two parties are complex, because McGregor is contracted to the UFC.
The Notorious is currently on a break from competing, after his partner Dee Devlin gave birth to their first child last week.
However, he has been training for a boxing fight in recent months, and speculation suggests the fight may happen soon.
Dana White’s not so sure though.
He has been asked about the fight on Colin Cowherd's talk show The Herd.
“I’m not hinting that it’s getting close at all.
"I knew that this thing was going to be a nightmare to get done...if it can even be done.
“We’ll find out.
“Obviously both guys want to fight each other, but you know, what’s the deal? Can the deal be done? That’s the question.”
After being asked by Cowherd if he is “tired of Mayweather’s crap”, White insisted the delay in confirming the fight wasn’t just down to the American.
"It’s not even Mayweather. It’s not even Mayweather, it’s definitely both sides.
"It’s not just Mayweather, it’s both sides of this thing are going to be hard to get done.
"And absolutely, there’s going to be a point where I’m done.
“This isn’t what I do, this isn’t my business, and I’m definitely going to walk away."