The meeting of UFC fighter Conor McGregor and boxer Floyd Mayweather is a meeting of two giants that we can only dream of.
Or is it! Dream no longer buddies! Because according to representatives for McGregor and Mayweather, an eye-watering multi-million dollar fee has been agreed for the two to fight it out.
But that's not the only green light we need. A third party is apparently "serving as a roadblock from the bout being signed."
Mayweather has previously been optimistic about going one-on-one with 'Notorious'. He recently told Jim Gray in a Showtime boxing broadcast that a match with McGregor can "absolutely" happen.
According to The Irish Sun: "We can reveal the MMA sensation pulled out of a scheduled meet-and-greet event in Dublin this week to go to the States to make an anti-bullying video for schoolchildren. McGregor will shoot the video as part of a deal struck with the Nevada Sport Commission after he was deemed to have thrown a bottle of water at Nate Diaz." (lol)
"He will also use the opportunity to finalise details with his representatives in Las Vegas as the Mayweather fight inches closer."
According to exclusive from The Irish Sun: "The fight could even be announced within two weeks."
Get those nachos in the oven.