as declared in However, if he were to fight Mayweather in the ring, he would be stepping out of his world and into Money’s realm.
People are already writing Conor McGregor off in this crossover megafight that hasn’t even been booked yet, and that’s completely understandable.
“There’s something about Conor McGregor.
He’s a much bigger man.
He can make that 145-pound cut when he’s on death’s door, but Mayweather makes it easy.”All hope is not lost.
Ricky Hatton on Floyd Mayweather versus Conor McGregor
“I can’t believe it’s going to happen, no disrespect to Conor intended,” Hatton told Business Insider.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. confirmed last weekend that he was “officially out of retirement” so he could concentrate on a possible mega-fight with boxing rules against UFC superstar Conor McGregor.
McGregor challenged Mayweather to a boxing-rules contest in December; now Mayweather has accepted.
A new fight superstar has emerged in Mayweather’s place, albeit in the cage rather than the ring.
But the matchup does not impress former two-weight world champion Ricky Hatton, who told Business Insider: “If that fight was in my back garden, I’d shut the curtains.”
according to Money Mayweather has obvious origins, Mayweather loves money, he enjoys spending money and he is very good at making money.
But it now appears as though the talking can finally stop; Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor have set the date, named their venue and agreed their price.
The temptation has always been there to make it 50, though, with the McGregor fight perhaps providing him with a potentially easier route to the magic number.
Mayweather stands 5ft 8in, McGregor is an inch taller with a two-inch reach advantage over his opponent.
McGregor, on the other hand, is the face of the UFC and has dragged the sport into the mainstream.
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