Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather would like to get it on again.
But instead of the ring, the pound-for-pound rivals want the venue to be a basketball court in Las Vegas in December.
A Team Pacquiao member who is now in Los Angeles is working on the project that will feature the two retired ring stars slug it out in a charity basketball game whose proceeds will go to their respective charitable organizations.
“They are both on the same page,” said the Pacquiao insider.
The proposal is for Pacquiao and Mayweather to recruit a couple of ex-NBA players to beef up their squads alongside a number of celebrities.
In May 2015, Mayweather beat Pacquiao in the biggest and richest fight in boxing history.
That matchup drew more than $600 million in revenue.