McGregor, 33, is currently on the comeback trail after breaking his leg last July when he suffered a second straight defeat to Dustin Poirier. Rising star Khamzat Chimaev recently joined the list of UFC fighters calling out the Dubliner, though it remains unclear as to what lies in his immediate future.

As for Taylor, ‘The Bray Bomber’ is all up for another meeting with Serrano after making history in New York last Saturday. “A rematch would be absolutely phenomenal,” she said. “If it was in Dublin, we could sell out Croke Park. We’ve seen something special here tonight, but imagine fighting in front of 80,000 or 90,000 people at Croke Park. Absolutely that can happen.”

McGregor has long spoken of his desire to fight once more in front a home Dublin crowd, with a boxing rematch against Floyd Mayweather even touted in the past. White may be more hesitant to allow him another UFC hiatus in order to face Paul, but there’s also a sense a deal is always on the cards as long as the numbers are right.