In the clip posted on his Instagram account on Tuesday, five-weight boxing world champion Mayweather enters an MMA cage in an obvious attempt to fuel the talk about a possible second superfight against UFC superstar Conor McGregor, this time based on MMA rules.
Mayweather's August fight with the Irishman was supposed to be his last as it secured his flawless 50-0 record.
Conor McGregor has been told by his former sparring partner Paulie Malignaggi to give up fighting altogether and not re-enter the boxing world.
The scene quickly changes, however, when "ZaBeast" appears in the shot, going for a quick takedown, putting "Mayweather" on the canvas.
Bisping believed Mayweather would need years of training to master the art of MMA, or he would be "destroyed" by McGregor and his powerful kicking game. "Paddy. What are the odds?" "What are the odds?"
McGregor is receptive to the idea as well, having responded to Mayweather's videos and most recently posting an image of them during their boxing clash.
Prior to his fight with Floyd Mayweather, McGregor applied to the EUIPO to register "Notorious" as a trademark for alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks across the continent.
'Another path to victory for McGregor would be the kicks, he could just kick his legs to hell, he could use push kicks to keep him away - set up the high kicks, McGregor has a great kicking game we've seen them all a thousand times, very fast, very agile - a lot of spinning kicks, he could just kick him literally into oblivion.
"I think he's probably trolling people".
But with reports of a billion dollar prize for a few UFC fights, Bisping said it would undoubtedly be an un-missable attraction.
'Who wouldn't watch if?
Despite the near certainty of his defeat, Mayweather would not be putting his boxing record on the line, though, so that may not matter that much to him if the payout would be big enough. "I'd watch it - of course I would", Bisping added.