Look: Mayweather claims he paid 2015 taxes in response to reported petition

As far as Floyd Mayweather's concerned, he and Uncle Sam have nothing to talk about.

Responding to reports that claim Mayweather filed a tax court petition for a reprieve on back taxes from 2015 until he squares off with Conor McGregor on Aug. 26, the undefeated boxer took to Facebook to claim he'd forked over a whopping $26M to the IRS two years ago:

"Money" further attempted to put out the fire by maintaining that both his finances and "empire" were in order, this not a day after McGregor stated that Mayweather should have stayed on the couch in response to the reported tax issues.

Related: McGregor takes shot at Mayweather's tax woes: 'He should've stayed retired'

Mayweather is expected to pocket north of $100 million for his blockbuster bout with "The Notorious," set for T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

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