Speculation in the post-fight press conference following Manny Pacquiao's points win over Jessie Vargas immediately turned to a possible Mayweather Pacquiao rematch - following Mayweather's appearance near ringside during the fight. One journalist in the post-fight press conference mentioned that outside of the Mayweather vs Pacquiao fight last year in 2015, that Mayweather's attendance at Pacquiao vs Vargas was actually…
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Conor McGregor on Floyd Mayweather comparison to him being an ant and Mayweather being an elephant is as typical a response you are likely to get from the Irishman.
Yesterday Floyd Mayweather brushed off comparisons to Conor McGregor here in this controversial interview.
Conor McGregor has had a chance to respond to Mayweather’s comments and is less than impressed with the famed boxer:
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This continues the long period of verbal assaults on one another in the media this year, that has been a bit played out at this stage.
Will they get it together and have a fight? I’m starting to think possibly so again. It’s one of those boxing matches if it does happen that would be one sided though.
Granted, McGregor has superb excellent boxing skills in the MMA world but stepping in there with a Floyd Mayweather in a boxing ring is a whole different story.
McGregor recently recorded the biggest win of his fight career when he knocked out Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205 in Madison Square Garden, New York.
Mayweather has been retired for over a year now since his last outing in the ring against Andre Berto that saw him record a straight forward unanimous points decision to extend his record to 49-0.
Recently there has also been speculation that a potential Mayweather vs Pacquiao rematch could be in the works for 2017 however, particularly after Mayweather was seen here at Pacquiao’s last win against Jessie Vargas in Las Vegas.
McGregor has now been linked with another fight against Nate Diaz in the UFC, but it is also rumored he wants an equity percentage in the UFC company following his triumph in New York at UFC 205.
One would imagine for a McGregor vs Mayweather boxing match to happen it could only be done so contractually with the UFC’s blessing – something according to this could be easier than some think.