Ronda Rousey may have just won a golden ticket.
After getting knocked out by current Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women’s Bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes in 48-seconds flat at UFC 207 last month thanks to the Brazilian’s vicious striking, "Rowdy" just got an offer to train her hands from an unlikely source.
Floyd Mayweather tells TMZ Sports that if Rousey is willing to give him a chance, he will be more than willing to help her out in her standup game
"I’ll work with her if she’s willing to work with me. I don’t have anything against anyone, we are willing to work with her."
When the pound-for-pound best boxer in the world offers you help, you take it. Right?
Ronda and Floyd were often in the same headlines over the last couple of years, as company president Dana White would often proclaim that his star fighter could very well crush "Money" if they ever threw down.
For his part, Floyd would claim he didn’t know who Ronda was, until this.
Nevertheless, Mayweather still has no ill will toward the former 135-pound champion and is ready to form a partnership that could resurrect Ronda’s career and have every woman on the roster shaking in fear.