Former two division world champion Paulie Malignaggi is still interested in having a boxing match with UFC superstar Conor McGregor - but only if they fight under a "winner-takes-all" stipulation.
Malignaggi and McGregor have been feuding since 2017 - when McGregor hired Malignaggi as a sparring partner to prepare for his boxing match with Floyd Mayweather.
There was an intense fallout between the two athletes when McGregor's team members leaked out photos and video clips of their sparring sessions - including a sequence where McGregor knocked Malignaggi down.
McGregor was in action this past weekend in the main event of UFC 264 - where he suffered a first round stoppage loss in his trilogy bout with Dustin Poirier. At the end of the first round, McGregor suffered a freak accident when he took a step back and broke his tibia.
The serious injury will likely keep him on the shelf until the early part of 2022.
For the last year, McGregor has expressed his desire to box again - and he's mentioned Malignaggi as a possible opponent.
However, Malignaggi has no interest unless they agree to a "winner-takes-all" stipulation.
"I mean, I wouldn't put it past anything but I don't think Conor McGregor is ever going to want to fight me," Malignaggi told SiriusXM Boxing.
"The only way that I'd fight Conor McGregor is if it's winner-takes-all at this point. I wouldn't fight Conor McGregor, there wouldn't be any kind of negotiations it's either winner-takes-all or we don't fight.
"At this point he's got everybody convinced he's better and there's more than enough money in the pot. He makes more money fighting me than anybody else other than maybe Jake Paul. So, I don't see him taking that kind of deal, so there's probably not going to be a fight."